An all-round brilliant electric car that boasts an incredible array of high tech features whilst remaining affordable and stylish
Stylish and efficient yet affordable, the Nissan LEAF is a favourite amongst electric vehicle drivers. In fact, it’s the most popular electric car in the UK, which isn’t surprising considering its credentials. As can be expected from Nissan, the LEAF has a compact profile designed to navigate roads with ease, with zero tailpipe emissions minimising all contributions to city pollution. Add to that the vehicle’s low running costs and overall affordability, and it’s clear why the LEAF has become such a popular
The Nissan LEAF is particularly well-liked by families. With a battery range of up to 168 miles (WLTP), families can enjoy much of the same convenience of driving a conventional, non-electric car. The car’s compact design doesn’t compromise on space, so passengers can enjoy plenty of room inside. With five comfortable seats and a generously-sized boot, there’s room for the whole family.
Practicality is a key design feature of the Nissan LEAF. A range of innovative technological features have been integrated to enhance the LEAF’s driving experience, including the intelligent e-Pedal and ProPILOT systems. With these features, drivers can simplify every journey and put the safety of themselves and fellow drivers first.
Investing in a sustainable vehicle is a priority for many, which has influenced the design of the Nissan LEAF in more ways than one. Many of the materials used to craft the vehicle and its interior have been recycled, including the plastic used to construct the bumpers and the insulation used for sound proofing. The way we move is evolving, and the Nissan LEAF is driving the change.
This is the average review score for this vehicle from the top auto review sites including Top Gear, What Car? and Car Magazine.
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