The next generation Nissan Leaf comes with a significant upgrade to range and battery size, plus a number of driver assistance features.
150miles (241 kms)
Based on EPA cycle
Peak power output from the electric engine.
MSRP - Manufacturers Recommended Retail Price
Acceleration8.9seconds (0-60 mph)
More capacity means more range
|Level 1 (120v)||Charged in 16 hours (3kW)|
|Level 2 (220-240v)||Charged in 8 hours (6kW). 1 Hour of charge gives 22 miles of range.|
|Level 3 (CHAdeMO)||Charged to 80% in 40 minutes.|
|Drive Train||Front Wheel Drive|
|Passenger Capacity||92.4 cu-ft|
|Cargo Capacity||23.6 cu-ft|
Nissan Leaf Pros & Cons
The 2018 Nissan Leaf comes with an increase in range (from 107 to 150 miles), and an upgraded battery (from 30 to 40 kWh). The electric motor has had a boost (from 80 to 110 kW).
The exterior design of the vehicle has been upgraded with a completely new front faschia.
Driver Assistance Features
ProPilot Assist will provide some semi-autonomy:
- Following the car ahead at a preset distance.
- Keep the car centered in its lane.
- Comes to a complete stop where necessary.
This level of autonomy is “hands-on” – if the vehicle does not detect hands on the the wheel, it will give a series of alerts to the driver.
Intelligent warnings – such as identifying a potential oncoming collision, alerting potential blind spots, auto-braking when reversing into an object
The Leaf also features the e-Pedal – reducing the foot pedals to effectively single pedal. There is still a brake pedal for emergency braking.
Three trims are available, the base model – Nissan Leaf S, along with the SV and SL.
Leaf SV (+2,500)
17″ aluminum-alloy wheels, quick charge port, intelligent cruise control, Apple Carplay / Android Auto.
Leaf SL (+6,200)
All SV features plus: Bose audio, leather seats, LED headlights, Intelligent Around View Monitor, Blind Spot Warning.
Nissan Leaf – Long Range
Nissan intend to bring a longer range version of the LEAF to market in 2018 – with a larger battery pack.