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Although your vehicle doesn't have a traditional engine, it still needs many of the same services as conventional vehicles. Like a conventional vehicle, regularly scheduled Electric vehicle maintenance ensures your car will be operating for years to come. Aside from the usual vehicle check-ups, your Electric vehicle will need a battery inspection every 12 months. during this inspection, a technician will check for leaks and make sure your battery is performing well.

Just like any other vehicle, your tires should be rotated every six months to avoid uneven wear. A tire rotation helps to extend the life of your tires. Brakes and brake fluid should be changed every 15,000 miles or 12 months. Lastly, your coolant system may need to be changed after 150,000 miles.

 

As battery technology advances, range increases, and charging becomes more convenient, more drivers than ever are taking advantage of the unique benefits that come with owning and driving an electric vehicle (EV). As the manufacturer of the world’s first mass-market EV, Nissan is at the forefront of the electric-driving revolution. As your local Nissan dealer, Mossy Nissan is your partner on your EV journey – from sales and service to the many benefits and perks that come with making the switch to 100% electric driving.

 

6 main benefits of EV ownership

Compared to gas-powered vehicles, EVs come with many real-world benefits. Here are six:

EVs are energy efficient

Electric motors are more efficient than internal combustion engines and traditional drivetrains at converting stored energy into movement. And many EVs also provide unique energy-efficient features like regenerative braking that convert the kinetic energy lost while decelerating into stored energy within the vehicle's battery

EVs require less standard maintenance

Compared to internal combustion engines, all-electric motors feature fewer moving parts which can mean less maintenance and lower routine maintenance costs. And since they don’t require starters, fuel pumps, and exhaust systems, drivers don’t have to worry about these components wearing out over time. Additionally, EV owners avoid the costs that come with oil changes, filter changes, and other combustion-engine related maintenance.

EVs operate more quietly

Internal combustion engines can be loud and require an entire exhaust system to reduce thenoise they produce. All-electric motors on the other hand produce very little sound while operating. This allows an EV driver to enjoy a quiet ride while reducing noise pollution.

 

EVs are eligible for potential tax credits

Owning an EV comes with many financial perks, but one of the biggest is the ability to qualify for potential tax credits, rebates, and discounts. Depending on where you live and your personal tax situation, you could be eligible for potential tax credits and incentives from the federal government, your state, and even your utility company. Please consult with your tax advisor about potential state and/or federal tax credit eligibility.1

EVs may be allowed in HOV lanes and designated parking spots

Depending on which city you live in, driving an EV could qualify you for an all-access pass to high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes regardless of your vehicle size or the number of passengers.2

In some locations, EVs can also provide you access to designated parking options. Where available, these greenpainted or "EV-charging only" parking spots can be found in convenient locations and are reserved exclusively for EVs. Parking fees have even been waived in certain areas for hybrid or all-electric vehicles.3

Complimentary EV charging

Customers who purchase or lease a new ARIYA from Mossy Nissan are eligible for one-year unlimited charging on Electrify America and EVgo, two of the largest public fast charging networks in the US. Qualifying new LEAF buyers and lessees are eligible for $100 charging credits to use at EVgo or EVgo s roaming partner chargers. Restrictions apply.45

Discover the benefits you might qualify for

With an array of available incentives, tax benefits, perks, there’s never been a better time to think about going EV. For a look at what that could mean to you, contact Mossy Nissan for a consultation, or visit the Nissan ARIYA and Nissan LEAF incentive calculators for a preview of what you might qualify for.1

2023 Nissan ARIYA

It features breathtaking performance, the versatility of an SUV and the breakthrough technology of available e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive.6 It’s the allnew, all-electric 2023 Nissan ARIYA

2023 Nissan LEAF

With a whole new look, a proven track record, and some of our most advanced driver assistance and safety features, the refreshed 2023 Nissan LEAF is driving proof – now is the time to go all electric.

Simplified EV charging at home

Discover how easy and convenient it is to charge an electric vehicle at home and learnabout home charging installation services.6

 

Experience the EV benefits for yourself

Call Mossy Nissan at 281-767-5849 to schedule a test-drive in a Nissan electric vehicle.

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1The incentives referenced are for informational purposes only. This information does not constitute tax or legal advice. All persons considering use of available incentives and additional perks should consult with their own tax or legal professional to determine eligibility, specific amount of incentives available, if any, and further details. The incentives and perks are not within Nissan’s control and are subject to change without notice. Interested parties should confirm the accuracy of the information before relying on it to make a purchase, Residency restrictions may apply.

2HOV/Carpool access varies by state. Please consult state laws for eligibility.

3Parking options or discounts are provided by independent companies and not within Nissan’s control. Availability of EV parking or discounts is not guaranteed and restrictions may apply.

4$100 EVgo charging credit offer only redeemable by non-fleet customers who (i) purchase or lease a new 2023 LEAF from a participating Nissan dealer, and (ii) have an active customer account with the EVgo network within the first year from date of 2023 LEAF purchase or lease. Must use credit within the first year from date of 2023 LEAF purchase or lease. Offer cannot be combined with other offers,is non-transferable, and not redeemable for cash. Offer is subject to change or termination at any time without notice. Other terms, conditions, and eligibility criteria apply. Visit nissanenergyperks.com for full program details. The EVgo network is owned and managed by EVgo, and is not within Nissan’s control. Availability of charging stations not guaranteed.

5e-4ORCE cannot prevent collisions or provide enhanced traction in all conditions. Always monitor traffic and weather conditions.

6General: 240-V home charging dock sold separately. Not a Nissan product. Some chargers may not be compatible with your ARIYA or LEAF. Contact charger manufacturer before purchase for information on compatibility and warranty. Nissan does not warrant and is not responsible for loss, including consequential, incidental, or other damages caused by charger defects, charger incompatibility, or installation services.