Conversion

At work and just out and about, people do ask questions about my EV and my experiences with it.  My response is always enthusiastically positive, with clearly defined caveats to go along with the advantages of EV ownership.

Last week another colleague has made the leap to LEAF ownership, purchasing a used Tecna from Western at Newbridge.  He had initially gone to see his local dealer, but was going to go back to sell the idea to his wife, as the car would be for her.   I had recommended a visit to Cezar, something I’m not alone in doing.

For aWesterNissanNewbridgenyone considering a LEAF purchase, Cezar at Newbridge is a mine of information and support.  His enthusiasm for EV’s in general is contagious.

 

Needless to say after four hours of conversation, driving and choosing, a suitable car was identified and delivery is set for the next few weeks.  They have already planned a trip to Aviemore for a break.  Jumping in with both feet for a longer journey.  While the main advantages were clear for the work of a District Nurse, the lower costs of maintenance, fuel and ownership in general , with the convenient luxuries of pre-heat, heated seats and app control do most of the convincing.   The question of home charge point installation was easy, as there is a detached double garage, so fitting it between the door is an obvious choice.  The question of which charge point isn’t yet resolved, but what is wanted is a smart load sharing two socket unit, as they reckon at least one their next cars  replacementss will almost certainly become an electric choice.

Conversion complete!

 

 

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