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Quick Charging Station CHAdeMO and CCS
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EV charging station

Empire Lakewood Nissan offers innovative NextGen charging to customers and even non-customers alike. We offer anyone to drop by our Nissan dealership and take advantage of our new CHAdeMO (CHArge de MOve) and CCS (Combined Charging System) stations. Much faster than traditional charging the CHAdeMO gives a direct high-voltage current for increased charging speeds when drivers need a quick boost. This quick charging set up can get you a full charge in less than an hour. The CCS combines alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC) for a full charge in less than 30 minutes. Stop in to Empire Lakewood Nissan in Lakewood to learn more and try out our newest offering.

Empire Lakewood EV charging station
Empire Lakewood EV charging station

Ev Benefits

EVs are energy efficient

When driving an EV, the main benefit drivers have is the environmental impact they are making. Drivers are taking on the roads in a cleaner and more efficient way. The EV runs with zero emissions thanks to no tailpipe or gas exhausts so your neighborhood and cities in Lakewood will be cleaner than ever.

EVs require less standard maintenance

Compared to internal combustion engines, all-electric motors feature fewer moving parts —which can mean less maintenance and lower routine maintenance costs. And since they don’t require starters, fuel pumps, and exhaust systems, drivers don’t have to worry about these components wearing out over time. Additionally, EV owners avoid the costs that come with oil changes, filter changes, and other combustion-engine related maintenance.

EVs operate more quietly

Aside from reducing air pollution, the EV also reduces noise pollution. Cities can be congested and drivers of EVs can take pride in knowing that they are on the path to creating a quieter environment in a vehicle that emits lower sounds than to contribute to being more environmentally friendly than a gas-powered option.

EVs are eligible for potential tax credits

Driving an Electric Vehicle definitely has its benefits. Many drivers make the switch to cut costs. The running cost of an EV is lower because of its reduced fuel costs and also overall cheaper servicing and maintenance expenses. Plus EV drivers near Denver can take advantage of special tax credits that are given for their switch to going all-electric. Please consult with your tax advisor about potential state tax credit eligibility.1

EVs may be allowed in HOV lanes and designated parking spots

Depending on which city you live in, driving an EV could qualify you for an all-access pass to high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes regardless of your vehicle size or the number of passengers.2

In some locations, EVs can also provide you access to designated parking options. Where available, these green-painted or “EV-charging only” parking spots can be found in convenient locations and are reserved exclusively for EVs. Parking fees have even been waived in certain areas for hybrid or all-electric vehicles.3

Complimentary EV Charging

Qualifying customers can get one year of unlimited EVgo charging with the purchase or lease of a new 2023 Nissan ARIYA. TIMELY ENROLLMENT AND OTHER RESTRICTIONS APPLY.4 Qualifying new LEAF buyers and lessees are eligible for $100 charging credits to use at EVgo or EVgo's roaming partner chargers. Restrictions apply.4

2023 Nissan LEAF


LEAF SV Plus shown

100% Electric Hatchback

The all-electric 2023 Nissan LEAF has two battery options to give drivers in Lakewood the range they desire. The base range is up to 149 mile EPA-estimated while the SV Plus gets up to 212 mile EPA-estimated miles. As you can see this EV has the ability to help you power through your daily commutes and with its Connectivity features like the NissanConnect® EV & Services app drivers near Denver will get up-to-the-minute charging updates as well as all the confidence that comes with having the world at your fingertips. Empire Lakewood Nissan has a new charging station for all your EV needs.

2023 Nissan ARIYA



100% Electric Crossover

The all-new, all-electric 2023 Nissan ARIYA has a range of up to 304 miles of range and offers the new and available e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive5, which adds to the appeal of this EV. There are three distinct drive modes: Sport, Eco, and Snow offered which adds to its incredible handling of varying terrains. Drivers can charge this EV at home or one of the many charging stations around Denver, including the all-new set up at Empire Lakewood Nissan.


Everything you need to know about owning an EV.

To charge your EV, simply plug it in at your house with your EV’s charging cable or locate a public charging station. EVs use different types of charge ports for charging, but Nissan vehicles are equipped with either a CHAdeMO (Nissan LEAF) or a Combined Charging System (CCS) (Nissan ARIYA) charge port for charging.6,7,8 Looking for a public charger? Click to find an available public charger near you. Locate a charger
Fast Charging (also known as Quick Charging or DC Fast Charging) is the fastest level of charging for EVs equipped with the quick charge port. This Level 3 charger uses direct current (DC) instead of alternating current (AC).1,4 Please note, quick charge capability is only available on vehicles manufactured with the quick charge option, which includes the quick charge port. If your vehicle does not have such a port, quick charging cannot be used.
Can’t charge your EV at home? No problem. There’s an ever-growing network of Public Chargers located outside grocery stores, shopping centers, and more. Find Public Chargers using your in-vehicle information screens or the manufacturers' mobile apps. Fast charging stations are easy to find.6,11 Locate a charger
Charging your EV at home requires nothing more than plugging your EV’s electric vehicle supply equipment (the charging cable) into a dedicated standard 3-pin, 120-volt outlet.7 “Level 1 Charging” requires no special equipment and provides a slower charging cycle compared to dedicated EV charging equipment.7,9 A professionally-installed Level 2 charger uses a dedicated 240v outlet and allows for a quicker charge.8 See Owner’s Manual for charging instructions and important safety precautions. Learn more about home charging
Certain residential complexes offer charging units in parking garages. Reach out to the property manager to figure out what your options are, or discover the available public chargers near you with Plugshare.6 Locate a charger
The best time to charge your EV is when it’s convenient for you, but charging during non-peak hours (late at night, for example) can mean lower charging rates.
MPGe stands for “miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent.” In other words, it is a measure of the average distance traveled per unit of energy consumed.
Many of the costs associated with driving an electric vehicle are the same as driving one with a gas engine. Registration and insurance are still required. However, you'll be swapping the price of fuel for the price of electricity and face less routine maintenance. All of this and the perk of zero tailpipe emissions of an EV. Additional costs for your EV will depend on local state and energy rates. Contact Empire Lakewood Nissan for more information.
It depends on the EV you choose, but the 2023 Nissan LEAF starting MSRP is $28,040 while the 2023 Nissan ARIYA starting MSRP is $47,190. If you’re thinking about making the switch to 100% electric driving, search our inventory or contact us today.11
Charging a Nissan EV will generally cost less than the amount you’d be paying at the pumps. To learn more about local state and energy rates, contact Empire Lakewood Nissan.
Whether you’re buying or leasing, you can potentially save on EV rebates and incentives. Check out which potential incentives are available for both ARIYA and LEAF. Check your local government programs for more details.12 Calculate ARIYA incentives1 Calculate LEAF incentives1
Yes! Many makers now offer All-Wheel Drive EVs, including some trim options of the all-new 2023 Nissan ARIYA. Contact Empire Lakewood Nissan to see if Nissan ARIYA is the EV for you.
Because EVs do not have internal combustion engines, fuel pumps, starters, or exhaust systems, drivers don’t have to worry about these components wearing out over time and in turn require less maintenance than ICE vehicles.
ProPILOT Assist is a hands-on driver assist system that combines Nissan's Intelligent Cruise Control and Steering Assist technologies and includes a stop and hold function that can bring the vehicle to a full stop, hold in place, and can bring you back up to speed when traffic starts moving again.13 ProPILOT Assist 2.0, an optional feature in the new Nissan ARIYA, uses breakthrough technologies to provide you with the option to drive hands-off single-lane driving, as well as hands-on guided lane changing abilities.14
For reliable performance in hot and cold climates, the Nissan ARIYA's battery is liquid-cooled and features active thermal management, which constantly works to optimize the battery's operating temperature. The system also helps protect the battery and maintain optimal performance when fast charging.9 Learn more about Nissan EVs

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