New Nissan LEAF owners will need to purchase a standard 120V charging cable, which can be plugged into a standard AC outlet for a Level 1 charge. While it isn’t fast, Level 1 charging lets you add some range to your Nissan LEAF wherever you have access to electricity through a regular wall outlet. They are also the slowest type of EV charger available. Simply hook up your vehicle to one of these charging ports and, in 40 to 60 minutes, … Level 1 chargers plug into a standard wall outlet. Charging on the road The latest Nissan LEAF is fully compatible with the fast-charging standard, CHAdeMO - Europe’s largest charging network with over 4,600 charging points. Nissan’s Leaf is able to be slow, fast, and rapid charged from public points, depending on network and type of charge unit. In most cases, slow charging requires a 3-pin-to-Type 2 cable, and fast charging a Type 2-to-Type 2 cable, both of which are usually supplied with the vehicle. Level 1 charging station for Nissan Leaf Level 1 electric car chargers are the least expensive option, and are typically provided when you purchase your Nissan Leaf. It's the slowest option, but it lets you add some range almost anywhere you have access to electricity. The Nissan LEAF features a standard 120V charging cable, which allows you to temporarily plug into a standard 120V outlet for a Level 1 charge.