As an Official Partner of Nissan, We Will Show You How to Charge Your Nissan Electric Car Easily and Flexibly Using Your Own Charging Station at Home.
Everything you Need to Know About Charging your Nissan Electric Car at a Glance
Reach Full Charge in 7 hours
It only takes around 7 hours to fully charge the Nissan Leaf with up to 4.6kW of charging power. Charging times for other Nissan models are listed in the technical data below.
Type 1 Plug
Charging is performed using a type 1 plug. Make sure you select a charging station with integrated charging cable or a compatible mode 3 charging cable.
Together with Nissan we Recommend the Following Charging Stations
The NISSAN classic: For your type 1-NISSAN electric car, such as NISSAN Leaf
The flexible option: For electric cars with different connector types, also for type 2 electric cars
The wanderers: In every situation power for your NISSAN electric car, such as NISSAN Leaf
How to find your Charging Station
6 things to bear in mind when buying a charging station for my electric car
The Cost of Installation
Checklist: Estimate the costs of installing a charging station for your electric car in a quick and easy way
Your own Charging Station when you rent your Home
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Charging at a CEE Industrial Socket
You can charge your NISSAN electric car anywhere while you are out and about – provided that you have a mobile charging station, such as the NRGkick, and the right adapters. The NISSAN Leaf or e-NV200 can be charged with up to 3.7kW of charging power at any 16 A CEE industrial socket, just like using the charging station at home.
Charging at Public Charging Stations
You can also charge up your NISSAN Leaf or e-NV200 at public charging stations. However, most providers of public charging stations will require that you register with them beforehand. As a result, public charging needs good planning. The be.ENERGISED system from has.to.be enables drivers of electric cars to pay for charging easily and directly online via PayPal or credit card, without the need of a prior registration.
Technical Data and Special Features of all NISSAN Models
|Technical data¹ and charging times (as of May 2015)||NISSAN LEAF (40 kWh)||NISSAN LEAF (24 kWh)||NISSAN LEAF (30 kWh)||e-NV200|
|Battery capacity:||40 kWh||24 kWh||30 kWh||24 kWh|
|Energy usage²:||17 kWh/100km||15 kWh/100km||15 kWh/100km||16.5 kWh/100km|
|Range (NEFZ)³:||378 km||199 km||250 km||167 km|
|Top speed:||144km/h||144 km/h||144 km/h||123 km/h|
|Socket type:||Type 1||Type 1||Type 1||Type 1|
|Max. charging capacity:||6.6 kW⁵||6.6 kW⁵||6.6 kW⁵||6.6 kW⁵|
|Charging time with max. charging capacity⁴:||8 hours||5.5 hours||6 hours||5.5 hours|
|Range after one hour of charging⁴ via max. capacity:||n.a.||25 km||25 km||25 km|
|Charging time using standard domestic socket (2,3 kW)⁴:||16 hours||11 hours||13.5 hours||11 hours|
|Charging power depending on vehicle specifications|
|Basic package:||3.3 kW (one-phase, 16 A)||3.3 kW (one-phase, 16 A)||3.3 kW (one-phase, 16 A)||3.3 kW (one-phase, 16 A)|
|Special equipment fast charging:||6.6 kW (one-phase, 32 A)||6.6 kW (one-phase, 32 A)||6.6 kW (one-phase, 32 A)||6.6 kW (one-phase, 32 A)|
¹ Source: Nissan Center Europe GmbH ² Energy consumption based on ECE R101 energy consumption test (combined) ³ Approximate NEFZ distance, in accordance with regulation ECE101 ⁴ Charging times are rounded reference values based on the assumption that the charging is not performed in a linear fashion ⁵ In Germany, charging is only permitted with special permission from the network operator
Special Features when Charging Your NISSAN Leaf:
The NISSAN LEAF has a long tradition of electric mobility and, with every new generation, NISSAN strives to advance the development of its best-selling electric car. For example, the current version of the NISSAN LEAF is equipped with a 30 kWh battery, which offers a driving range of up to 250 km based on NEDC, depending on your driving style, the road conditions and the season. The variant of the NISSAN LEAF with a battery capacity of 24 kWh is, of course, also still available, and offers a range of 199 km according to the NEDC. In addition to the battery options, you can of course also choose from two on-board chargers as usual: 3.6 kW and 6.6 kW. You can charge the NISSAN LEAF using a charging station at home at a charging power of 4.6 kW or 6.6 kW depending on your country. With a battery capacity of 30 kWh and a charging power of 4.6 kW, you will be able to enjoy the full driving range after approximately 7 hours of charging. With the 24 kWh battery variant, your NISSAN will be ready to drive after just 5.5 hours.
You can charge the car using a type 1 plug and also at 2.3 kW with a mode 2 charging cable via a separately fused domestic socket. For safety reasons, however, you should avoid doing this in the long term, since charging your car from a domestic socket will place the maximum load on the socket for approximately 13.5 hours. The 4.6 kW charging station will not only allow you to charge your NISSAN LEAF safely, but also almost twice as quickly as using a domestic socket.
Special Features when Charging Your NISSAN e-NV200:
What would the NISSAN community be without the popular e-NV200 EVALIA van? With a range of 170 km after 5.5 hours of charging at a 4.6 kW charging station, this model allows you to manage even those longer business trips. Please note that your driving style, the season and the speed you drive at affect the range. When purchasing the e-NV200 EVALIA, you can choose between a 3.3 kW and a 6.6 kW on-board charger. Under German law, single-phase 6.6 kW charging cannot be carried out at home without permission, so the charging power is limited to 4.6 kW during installation.
As with the NISSAN e-NV200 EVALIA you can charge the van using a type 1 plug and it can be charged at 2.3 kW with a mode 2 charging cable via a separately fused domestic socket. For safety reasons, however, you should avoid doing this in the long term, since charging your car from a domestic socket will place the maximum load on the socket for approximately 11 hours. The 4.6 kW charging station will not only allow you to charge your NISSAN e-NV200 EVALIA safely, but also nearly twice as quickly as using a domestic socket.