OK, but is it just a cord or does it have the module in the cord like the US version?blobm wrote:As far as I know, UK Nissan do not use the terms 'EVSE', 'L1' or 'L2'. The UK Leaf will have, as part of the vehicle & included in the price, a bag containing a cable assembly (similar to your L1, but operating at 230V 13A) which can be plugged into ANY normal UK 3-pin 230V 13A socket. From empty to full would take 10 to 11 hours. So if you are visiting a friend, you can just plug it into their socket and top up the car. It's that simple. It will be interesting to see how long your friends remain friends - unless you can come to a reciprocal arrangement!! Regards Bob.smkettner wrote:Does the UK version have an evse module? or does it just plug in?planet4ever wrote:But Gary said included EVSE, i.e. the one that comes "free" with the car. He's calling it an L2 because it runs at 208-240v rather than the US L1 at 110-120v.