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Nissan LEAF

Price $37,498 – $46,098
Fuel consumption N/A
The Car Guide rating 65%(view ratings)
Other than a big $6,800 price cut, the LEAF is unchanged for 2022. It still offers a choice of two batteries. One is rated at 40 kWh and the other at 62 kWh. The former provides a range of 240 kilometres, while the latter allows drivers to travel up to 363 kilometres. Now starting at under $38,000, the LEAF is an interesting proposition. And yet Nissan plans to replace it with a small crossover by mid-decade.

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Pre-owned vehiclesUsed Electric Cars: Which Ones Have the Best Range?
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First Drives2018 Nissan LEAF: The People's Electric Car
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Spotlight onWe're Heading to Ottawa to Drive the 2018 Nissan LEAF (Again)
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First Drives2018 Nissan LEAF: Balancing Price and Range
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Test Drives2016 Nissan LEAF: Take it for a Spin
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Overshadowed by the new wave of electric SUVs hitting the market, the Nissan LEAF hatchback soldiers on with a few changes for 2023. Following its public debut at the 2022 New York Auto Show this week, it will go on sale in Canada this summer. First, the car’s front fascia …
NewsFour New Nissan Concepts Show Four Visions of the Future
While announcing its new electrification plan today, which calls for the launch of 23 new models globally by 2030 including 15 battery electric vehicles, Nissan unveiled four different concepts that show four different visions of automobiles in the future. Each one is aimed at a specific type of customer and …
ElectricNissan LEAF to be Replaced by Small Electric Crossover
Before the all-new Nissan Ariya electric SUV even goes on sale, the Japanese automaker said that a smaller utility vehicle would follow. Now we have confirmation that this model will replace the LEAF hatchback. Nissan ’s European boss, Guillaume Cartier, said as much in an interview with Autocar . The …
News2022 Nissan LEAF Prices Slashed to Keep Up With Bolt EV
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