Some aspiring buyers of Nissan Australia’s Leaf electric vehicle are being turned away after “failing” a 2-stage test to see if they would be suitable owners of the EV. The test involves five website questions about their intended use of the car, followed by a visit by electrical supplier Origin Energy for an assessment of the suitability of the customer’s home electrical network. A report in Melbourne’s The Age newspaper says some applicants have been ...
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