The Nissan Leaf polarised opinion when it launched in 2011, due to it’s unique design and due to it’s Electric Vehicle powertrain. The Leaf was one of the very first mass-produced EVs in the UK.
Today’s model is quite different, with its floating roof and the bold, V-Motion grille. It also has a range of up to 239 miles and has faster charging and smart features designed to help stretch the range as far as possible.
Driving an electric car means an instant, smooth acceleration and the Leaf is like all other EVs in this respect.
The Acenta model is excellent value, the connecta brings extra style and the Tekna grade is packed with tech. As quoted by Stuff Magazine's Editor-in-chief James Day: “Nissan's LEAF has been a trailblazer for electric vehicles ever since its inception, and the latest model comes packed with a number of smart driver aides that guarantee massive grins when getting from A to B... or parking in a multi-storey."
The Nissan LEAF features NissanConnect³ technology and the in control. The Nissan Connect app makes it easy to check your range, find a charging station and much more, while Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ offer smartphone integration to bring entertainment, navigation and messaging to the large touchscreen
The LEAF’s large boot handles shopping and luggage with ease.