The new Nissan LEAF is capable of travelling up to 168 miles on a full charge.
To achieve a full charge at home, the cost should amount to no more than £3.64.
A home charging kit enables you to charge overnight in 7.5 hours, while rapid charging stations - of which there are thousands across Europe – are also available if you need to charge while out and about.
A single full charge in the new Nissan LEAF can cover 168 miles.
The headlights on the Nissan LEAF are LED daytime running lights, which means they are low-power lights that run all the time the vehicle is operating.
Charging your Nissan LEAF can be done at home, at a Nissan dealership, or at one of the many thousands of electric vehicle charging stations across Europe.
100% electric driving, NissanConnect EV technology, a modern and comfortable cabin… there are myriad features that make the LEAF an enjoyable vehicle.
With low running costs and zero emissions, the benefits of driving the LEAF are peace of mind, value for money and outstanding economy. Needless to say the environment benefits too.
Absolutely. With an all-electric engine, there are fewer mechanical issues that can go wrong with the Nissan LEAF.
The in-car display will show you how much charge remains.
The Nissan LEAF emits zero CO2 emissions into the atmosphere.
Not only are there fewer mechanical faults to repair and no need to pay for fuel, but you can also benefit from a government grant towards your purchase.
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Absolutely. It takes 7.5 hours to reach a full charge using the home charging kit.
Many. Most recently, the Nissan LEAF won the Best Electric Car at the WhatCar? 2018 Awards.
Yes. More and more Nissan LEAF models are becoming available secondhand. Contact us for details.
Nissan LEAF leasing is available. Contact us today to discuss the options available to you.