The 2019 Nissan Leaf will be available in May or June next year. The much improved and revised version of this electric hatchback may just wow you.
While the pricing hasn’t been released, many are whispering that it might be very popular – the 2019 Nissan Leaf has positioned itself as the smartest and most affordable option of your shopping list. If you are keen to get your hands on an electric car, but the Tesla or BMW i3 are just a little too far beyond what you can do, then the Nissan Leaf may just be the ticket.
If you are worried about how charge your electric car – you can opt for solar power by building enough storage into your home system and managing your electricity use on the grid. The solutions are there. The Nissan Leaf 40kWh variant offers a 270km, and making it a reliable option for most commuters. The leaf will recharge overnight – and fast charge can be used as well.
The Nissan Leaf weighs 1500kg, about 200-300kg heavier than a petrol-powered hatch in the same segment. This electric hatchback offers a 110kW motor with 0-100km/h in eight seconds.
Other features will include a heated steering wheel, heated front/rear seats and featuring leather-accented trim. The Nissan Leaf will also debut Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for Nissan in Australia.
The 2019 Nissan Leaf is set to make mass-market electrification a reality and we are excited to see how it shakes up the market.
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