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Hertz introduces Nissan Leaf electric vehicle at London locations

Hertz has introduced the Nissan Leaf electric car to its fleet at its main London locations.

Customers who hire the Leaf will be exempt fromLondon’s congestion charge, as well as free parking in designated areas.

The Leafs are available to rent from Hertz branches at London Heathrow Airport, Marble Arch, Old Kent Road, Russell Square and London City Airport, which are all equipped with charge points. Customers can also charge the vehicle at more than 1,600 electric vehicle (EV) charge points across London.

Neil Cunningham, general manager at Hertz UK, said: “With a range of up to 124 miles on a single charge, the new Nissan Leaf is perfect for driving around London and the greater area. With this initiative we aim to make environmentally-friendly driving available at a very attractive price."



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