2018 Nissan Leaf SL Electric Car Review



The all-new Nissan LEAF features a 150-mile range, Nissan ProPilot assist and a lot more for a price that is actually pretty affordable. Ryan takes a closer look at this very popular electric car in this review, including 0-60, features and more.

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15 Replies to “2018 Nissan Leaf SL Electric Car Review”

  1. McGoo x

    So what about NISSAN using predatory battery replacement practices for gen 1 battery replacement. Priced so that your car is worth nothing as the battery cost is in most cases worth more than the car. Buyer beware. Note: In buying any EV include a one liner in your purchase contract: Purchaser will be able to purchase a replacement battery for $XXXX or less at their discretion not the manufactures. Protect yourself!!!

  2. Mark Tiller

    A nice car and good on Nissan, but the leaf sales are going to suffer when the model 3 becomes available worldwide, Hyundai seems to be the best competitor to Tesla, but they cannot produce the numbers due lack of batteries and no gigafactory for battery production.

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