According to Nissan, it isn’t a question of location, but timing. If you pay the $99 “placeholder fee”, you are in line to get a LEAF. Availability is limited, though, and full availability won’t begin until 2011.
Apparently, Hawaii is one of the first U.S launch markets for the Nissan Leaf, as it is well suited for EV use. Mainly due to Hawaii’s remote location, it has to rely totally on imports of fossil fuels so it has the highest prices in the nation. At the same time, its tropical latitude makes it well-suited to renewable energy sources like solar and wind.
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