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2015 Nissan Leaf already getting noticed in Seattle area

Nissan of Auburn has new Leaf in stock now

AUBURN, Wash., Aug. 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- It may have taken a little time, but there is no doubt that the Nissan Leaf has officially found its place in the market. Interest in the 100 percent electric vehicle continues to rise all over, but progressive areas like Seattle, Wash. are places where the Leaf is truly beginning to thrive.

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Nissan of Auburn, a dealership located close to Seattle, already has the 2015 version of the Leaf in stock. The influx of new models was necessary given the interest that is being shown in the model, and the percentage of foot traffic at the dealership attributed to the Leaf.

According to Nissan, the Leaf can go up to 84 miles on a single charge. This makes the vehicle ideal for people on a regular commute. There are also charging stations and charging options popping up all over the area, which makes the Leaf appealing even for those with longer commutes than 84 miles round-trip.

In addition to the obvious efficiency, the 2015 Leaf also has output of 107 horsepower. The instant torque is something that also takes consumers by surprise when test driving the Leaf. The available space is also something many aren't ready for, as the four-door also has 30 cubic feet of cargo capacity.

When consumers consider the many advantages of a car like the Nissan Leaf, it's often difficult for them to go with something else. Anyone interested in finding out more about the 2015 version available near Seattle is encouraged to call the professionals at Nissan of Auburn at 877-500-6185. The dealership can also be visited online at

Media Contact: Dara Moore, Nissan of Auburn, 877-500-6185, [email protected]

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