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Hybrid/EV, Nissan — September 26, 2013 at 7:00 am

Free Gas in Atlanta Courtesy of Nissan


Nissan Leaf 2012-0009Imagine never paying for gas again. For drivers of electric vehicles (EVs) like the Nissan Leaf, that’s a reality. Sure, they pay for the electricity to charge their vehicles, but that costs pennies on the dollar compared to fueling a gas-powered vehicle. Low operational costs has helped to make the Leaf the best-selling EV in history. And in August, Atlanta was the No. 1 Leaf market in the U.S.

Even if you haven’t yet made the switch from gasoline to electricity, you can still see what it feels like to drive without paying for gas. Today, in celebration of National Plug In Day, Nissan will fill your tank for free. That’s right – FREE GAS in Atlanta, courtesy of Nissan. While you’re at the pump, representatives from Nissan will provide you with a quick calculation of how much you could save if you make the switch from a conventional gas-powered vehicle to an EV.

The promotion lasts from noon until 4 p.m. at the BP at the intersection of Spring St. and North Ave., just across the street from The Varsity. Tell them LivingVroom sent you.

610 Spring St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30308

  • Patrick McDaniel

    Wow, great marketing idea.

    I have saved $3,600 per year, and that is with factoring my $1 per day hike in electricity.

    It is great car and as prices lower, more and more will see the light, and savings.