i meant to plug into 3 pin standard house 240V sockets
i have never charged outside of my house 3 pin socket so i have no idea what type a b d z are :(
there was once i tried to plug into the local free charger and while the leaf next door was plugged in, my leaf did not have the correct shaped hole for the dongle that was dangling, at least i wasn't able to push the dongle into my hole
i gave up after that and only ever charged using 3 pin sockets
Many Leaf owners - including me - don't really need to worry much about charging cable standards as our cars' ranges are so poor they don't get used for long trips, so maintaining a charged battery using a 3-pin plug isn't an issue. We'll occasionally use a 'fast' AC charger at the local mall, but that's really it.
As Rob and Dingbatt have said, the Y in NZ will come with the standard 3-pin charging cable, just like the 3 does; I'm buying Tesla's adapter for this cable to enable me to use the caravan socket on our house, which will be useful to get a decent amount more juice in the battery on those occasions we need that (eg, after getting back from a long trip. Obviously, it's not BYO cable situation for DC chargers like Tesla Superchargers and Chargenet, but as they've explained above a type 2-type 2 cable can be useful for other AC chargers where it is BYOC (such as Tesla Destination chargers, eg at a hotel). I'm not yet sure whether I need to get one, even for our SI trip, as my calculations using A Better Route Planner show that (even assuming no 'at home' charging over night) I can easily do the trip using only Tesla and Chargenet chargers. I guess it's another form of insurance policy...