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Carzone Review:

4 / 5

The second-generation Nissan LEAF is much improved in the looks department, and it’s likely to win lots of new fans as a result. The new design is less awkward than its predecessor, thanks to a sharp new front end, a floating roof design and sharpened front and rear lights. As standard, it is equipped with 16-inch steel wheels and LED rear lights, however our range-topping SVE test car has large 17-inch alloy wheels and LED Headlights for a striking finish. There are nine different colours to choose from, but the two-tone black and white scheme of our test car is the standout option. Zero Emissions badges on the and blue detailing point out its electric nature. While the LEAF ’s styling remains divisive, it is much more conservative than the LEAF of old.

  • Extended range
  • Spacious cabin
  • Refined drive
  • Fiddly infotainment
  • Charge time
  • Steering wheel adjustment

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New Nissan Leaf Range

The New Nissan LEAF’s battery is covered for eight years or 160,000 km, whichever occurs first. It's 40kWh capacity battery holds more energy, is more efficient and takes up no extra space. There are lots of ways to extend your range to suit your lifestyle and driving style. Choose ECO mode to travel up to 10% further or opt for main roads rather than motorways.

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