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2019 Nissan LEAF


MSRP* $29,990 - $42,550
Invoice* $28,412 - $40,291

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City 114 - 124 MPG Hwy 94 - 99 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.7 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 4.4
Interior 4.5
Comfort 4.5
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.7
I love driving by the gas stations

by Larry's LEAF from Aurora CO | December 09, 2019

I have solar panels on my home, and my local provider, Xcel decided to arbitrarily not let me bank my power any more, so rather than selling the power back to them at wholesale rates, I use the output during sunny days, which we have 330 a year of here in Colorado, to charge the LEAF. Three things I wish were different. 1. I us smart/adaptive cruise control at all times. I wish there was not a phone control button right under the "Set" button on the car, as I don't like having to look at the steering wheel to set the speed I want. 2. I wish there was a button on the steering wheel to mute the radio instead of having to look over at the screen to turn the radio off when something else is going on. 3. The car "steams up" inside far more often than my other cars did, making me have to run the air system. The system is noisy unless I look over to turn the fan down. Not a big deal I only have about 780 miles on the car so far, but my second car seems to be going to sit in the driveway a lot from now on. I need it for my small sprinkler business because I'm supposed to not pull a small trailer with the LEAF.

Drive Electric, you will never want another gas ca

by Deebo6142003 from Bronx, NY | December 06, 2019

Super quiet, very smooth and very fast. I owned a 2014 Infiniti QX60 Premium Plus package and that was the most comfortable and most amazing SUV that I have ever owned but, it is a gas guzzler. After driving a 2019 Nissan Leaf SL, I was sold. Definitely and highly recommend this car.

Wait until you hit 12 months

by Jenna from Phoenix, Az | November 29, 2019

Wait until you hit 12 months of owning this vehicle. The batteriea that Nissan uses are terrible and dwindle fast. You will have great mileage on a full charge then one day it was drop, extremely low. We started out with ours at about 130 miles to the charge. 12 months in it dropped to 50. The dealership(s) won't do anything because the vehicle is showing the batteries at more then 70% capacity. When you do the math of full charge to mileage, we are actually at about 50% capacity. None of the dealers will replace the batteries even though they are under warranty. The biggest problem Nissan has is their batteries are air cooled instead of liquid cooled. We will never buy, rent, lease a Nissan ever again after how the dealerships have treated us, cooprate treated us, and mostly because of how the vehicle has treated us. Don't take my word of advise alone, search the internet, you'll find hundreds of dozens of people just like us.

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2019 Nissan LEAF Overview

The 2019 Nissan LEAF is an all-electric compact hatchback that was redesigned last year. It is driven by a 147-hp (110 kW) AC synchronous electric motor and a 40-kWh lithium-ion battery. Compared to its predecessor, it has increased range by 40%.

Three trims are available: S, SV, and SL.

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