Windsor are delighted to welcome the recent announcement by Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport Shane Ross of a new grant for all SPSV Drivers, aimed at increasing the uptake of new electric vehicles (EVs) in the Irish taxi fleet.
This EV incentive scheme will give Taxi drivers up to €7,000 towards the purchase of a new electric working vehicle in addition to the VRT relief and SEAI grants already in place. These incentives are available for the full range of eligible commercial electric vehicles along with SEAI charger grant schemes, and they will play an important role in helping commercial consumers make their purchasing decision to EVs a reality, not to mention adding to a greater number of Zero Emissions vehicles on Irish roads.
(Photo credit: Minister Shane Ross Announcing the Launch of the PSPV €7,000 Incentive Scheme at Windsor Dundrum)
“As pioneers of EV selling to the Irish Market from the outset, Windsor whole heartedly welcomes this new grant scheme to encourage SPSV drivers to switch from diesel to electric driving. Our 100% electric, Zero Emissions Nissan LEAF is the best-selling EV in Ireland, and these incentives mean that there has never been a better time to purchase electric. The New Nissan LEAF comes with an NEDC range of 378 kilometres on a single charge making it the perfect choice for SPSV drivers who decide to follow in the footsteps of the 2,000 Irish motorists who presently drive a Nissan LEAF”.
(From Left to Right at the Launch: Windsor Head of Marketing Brian Quinn and Windsor MD Peter Nicholson with the New Nissan LEAF - Ireland's No.1 Electric Vehicle. Photo credit: Windsor Dundrum)
The New Nissan LEAF 2.Zero is the second generation of this true mass market EV produced by Nissan, and the first car to introduce e-Pedal intelligent mobility to modern driving.
CES Innovation Award for Self-Driving Technology 2017
What Car Best Electric Car of the Year Award & FIPA Green Car of the Year Award
CES Winning Honoree for Tech for a Better World 2017
Candidate for World Green Car of the Year 2018
Irish Green / Efficient Car of the Year 2019
Irish Car of the Year Innovation Award 2019
(From Left to Right: Louise Carroll - Windsor, Michael Coghlan - Windsor, Brian Quinn - Windsor, Derek Flynn - Windsor, MD Peter Nicholson - Windsor, Minister Shane Ross, John O'Connor - Windsor, CEO James McCarthy - Nissan Ireland, Gerry O'Brien - Windsor, and Joe McCarthy - Irish EV Owners Association, Photo credit: Windsor Dundrum).
Moreover all Nissan LEAF models can avail of current BIK and ACA tax incentives, in addition to the VRT relief and SEAI grants already in place. If you have any questions why not contact Windsor Nissan LEAF Ambassador Michael Coghlan (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org), make an enquiry or indeed book a test drive with Windsor today!
(Photo credit: Windsor Nissan LEAF Ambassador Michael Coghlan at the Launch, Windsor Dundrum)