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Owner Of 100,000-Mile Nissan Leaf Electric Car To Be Honored Monday

Many drivers with a 130-mile round-trip each day to work and back and deem the Nissan Leaf’s 75-mile EPA-rated range a little too short for comfort.

Not Steve Marsh, though. The Washington resident has racked up 100,000 miles in his Leaf, and is set to be honored for that achievement at an event this Monday, December 16.

We’ve covered Steve Marsh’s story before on Green Car Reports.

Far from being a reason to stay away from electric cars, Marsh’s 130-mile commute to his job at Taylor Shellfish in Washington state was the very reason he went electric–he was just spending so much on gas.

Despite that commute being almost double the 2011 Leaf’s 73-mile EPA-rated range, there were plenty of options available to ensure Marsh made it from home to work each day.



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