05 Oct 2022

New all-electric, zero-emission Nissan Leaf available for order for 2022 from O’Reilly and Sons Longford

New all-electric, zero-emission Nissan Leaf available for order for 2022 from O’Reilly and Sons Longford

The new all-electric, zero-emission Nissan Leaf is available for order for 2022 and O’Reilly and Sons are offering a free service plan and free home charger for all 221 Leaf customers.

No Shortage of New Nissan for 2022

Ireland’s newest Nissan franchise, O’Reilly and Sons on the Dublin Road in Longford, is gearing up for a busy new year as they continue to take orders for 221 Nissan cars and light commercial vehicles.

The long-established dealership is happy to announce there’s no shortage of new Nissan vehicles, and new cars or vans will be available for delivery early in 2022. To celebrate their new franchise, O’Reilly’s are offering a free service plan to anyone who orders a new Nissan before December 24th. 

All-electric vehicles continue to gain popularity, with the zero-emission Nissan Leaf billed to be one of the biggest sellers in the electric car market for next year. The Leaf is available on PCP/HP finance with 0% interest from €58 a week. O’Reilly and Sons are offering a free home charger and service plan to anyone who purchases a 221 Leaf.

Other popular models available for delivery in January are the Micra, Qashqai and Juke – all available now for pre-order.


Is your van or van fleet due for renewal, but you can't source new vans?

O’Reilly & Sons have new vans available for delivery in early 2022, including the all-new Interstar and Primastar. All LCV models will be eligible for Nissan Van Plan – an innovative business leasing offer which has everything included from just €99 per week – including all routine servicing, tyres, motor tax, CVRT costs and replacement van during routine servicing.

Contact O’Reilly and Sons on 043-3346321 or visit their website at

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