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The 2017 Nissan Leaf returns with one big change: The S now comes with the same 30-kWh lithium-ion battery that was previously available on the SV and SL only, giving all Leafs a 107-mile range.
New for 2017 . After substantial updates in 2016, the Nissan Leaf has few changes for 2017. The 30 kWh battery introduced in 2016 is now standard across the board. Vehicle Summary. The Nissan Leaf ...
The 2017 Nissan Leaf made electric vehicles mainstream, but with the far superior Chevy Bolt now its competition, is no longer the leader. When the Nissan Leaf debuted in 2011, it brought electric ...
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The 2017 Nissan Leaf is an electric vehicle with an efficient powertrain, lots of interior space, and a comfortable ride. A below-average safety score and lackluster highway power put the Leaf in the middle of our compact car rankings. The Nissan Leaf is a good choice among compact cars. It makes ...
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As a veteran fully electric vehicle (EV), the Nissan Leaf has proven itself as a solid everyday commuter car.It's comfortable, roomy, functional, and relatively easy to charge at home or away.
The 2018 Nissan Leaf marks the start of a new generation, which means that previous models are significantly different. For 2018, Nissan adds 40 horsepower to the Leaf's electric motor, totaling 147 horsepower.