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2019 Nissan LEAF

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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:
4.8 (out of 5)
Value 4.8
Exterior 4.4
Interior 4.5
Comfort 4.6
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.8
Exceeding My Expectations

by DrJ from Edina, MN | May 25, 2020

This is my second Nissan Leaf and is a great leap forward from my original GEN 1 Leaf. I am sold on electric vehicles. Compared Leaf to Chevrolet Bolt and very happy I chose the Leaf.

Enjoying my first ELECTRIC

by ChickJen from Easter USA | January 19, 2020

This LEAF looks great and it rides higher then any hatchback I tested. I love that I can pre-heat my car and keep temperature while I'm running to the store. e-Pedal is great and allows me to drive with just 1 Pedal. Car stops by itself and I guess its better since I don't use any brakes. Also I no longer need to pay for gas or see my car mechanic.

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.

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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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