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It says first 10,000 customers who reserved by multiple responses is a blank number. The actual Reservations start at #10.001 which would be RESERVATION #1 with CREDIT it will be interesting if ANYONE gets the credit???? CRICKETS>>>>>>>>> Many FWD shoud receive ???
 

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Seems like you’ll be SOL on this offer for your Platinum+. The terms of the offer at the bottom of the Ariya page are (emphasis added):

$500 EVgo charging credit offer only redeemable by the first 10,000 customers who (i) reserve a 2023 ARIYA by January 31, 2022 , (ii) purchase or lease their reserved 2023 ARIYA from a participating Nissan dealer located in an eligible market by no later than December 31, 2022, and (iii) register and activate a customer account with the EVgo network within 365 days of date of sale. Must use credit within two years from ARIYA purchase or lease date. Charging sessions beyond the credit amount are subject to additional fees. Offer cannot be combined with other offers, is non-transferable, and not redeemable for cash. Fleet customers not eligible. Other terms, conditions, and eligibility criteria apply. Visit nissanenergyperks.com for full program details (including list of eligible markets). The EVgo network is owned and managed by EVgo, and is not within Nissan’s control. Availability of charging stations not guaranteed. Reservations may exceed initial vehicle production levels. Therefore, Nissan cannot guarantee delivery of a 2023 ARIYA by any specific date.
 

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I don’t have an answer on the date but in researching EVGO it seemed to somewhat be a rip off. The chargers near me all charged by the minute no matter the charge speed. That seems crazy since the 50kw and 100kw both costs $0.30/min yet I can get twice the charge in the same time. I’ve never owned an EV so someone tell me if that’s normal.
 

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I don’t have an answer on the date but in researching EVGO it seemed to somewhat be a rip off. The chargers near me all charged by the minute no matter the charge speed. That seems crazy since the 50kw and 100kw both costs $0.30/min yet I can get twice the charge in the same time. I’ve never owned an EV so someone tell me if that’s normal.
This probably depends on the local rules about if electricity is sold by time or by kWh.
 

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Seems like you’ll be SOL on this offer for your Platinum+. The terms of the offer at the bottom of the Ariya page are (emphasis added):

$500 EVgo charging credit offer only redeemable by the first 10,000 customers who (i) reserve a 2023 ARIYA by January 31, 2022 , (ii) purchase or lease their reserved 2023 ARIYA from a participating Nissan dealer located in an eligible market by no later than December 31, 2022, and (iii) register and activate a customer account with the EVgo network within 365 days of date of sale. Must use credit within two years from ARIYA purchase or lease date. Charging sessions beyond the credit amount are subject to additional fees. Offer cannot be combined with other offers, is non-transferable, and not redeemable for cash. Fleet customers not eligible. Other terms, conditions, and eligibility criteria apply. Visit nissanenergyperks.com for full program details (including list of eligible markets). The EVgo network is owned and managed by EVgo, and is not within Nissan’s control. Availability of charging stations not guaranteed. Reservations may exceed initial vehicle production levels. Therefore, Nissan cannot guarantee delivery of a 2023 ARIYA by any specific date.
I am sure that will be negotiable. When we reserved last November we were supposed to get the vehicle in spring 22. They can’t penalize the customer for production delays and they acted in good faith for grandfathering us in at the reserved MSRP.
 

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What State do you live in?? Each state can be looked at (Alternative Fuels Data CTR) Calif has 36, 417 while N Dakota has 160, S Dakota 166,Nebraska 431, Idaho 281,Montana 244 Nevada 1388 Washington 3749,Wyoming 184. Bottom line is you should be charging at home and only need EV stations on trips further than 220 miles round trip. I would not want to get to low. I would also think you could search for nearest plug in as you are driving. The trick will be if you have to wait for vehicles to rotate and I dont think we can use Tesla Chargers I see everywhere? (Calif) (not sure if adapter is needed for non Tesla) I also understand AAA has a couple of Charging Trucks for bigger cities.
 

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Good news is they will be building more.I have read to keep battery life longer charge between 20-80%. Charging to 100% can shorten life. I will stagger charging since 90% of travel will be around town. Just my opinion so Read Up...Good Luck
 

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What State do you live in?? Each state can be looked at (Alternative Fuels Data CTR) Calif has 36, 417 while N Dakota has 160, S Dakota 166,Nebraska 431, Idaho 281,Montana 244 Nevada 1388 Washington 3749,Wyoming 184. Bottom line is you should be charging at home and only need EV stations on trips further than 220 miles round trip. I would not want to get to low. I would also think you could search for nearest plug in as you are driving. The trick will be if you have to wait for vehicles to rotate and I dont think we can use Tesla Chargers I see everywhere? (Calif) (not sure if adapter is needed for non Tesla) I also understand AAA has a couple of Charging Trucks for bigger cities.
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