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There are many reasons that make the Nissan Leaf the ideal car. It has a 239-mile radius of range that is designed to be much more economical and therefore cut running costs, while also being super smooth to run. 

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Used Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf first came into production in 2010 as a compact, five-door hatchback battery electric vehicle. It is currently in its second-generation model which came into play in 2017. Europe is the biggest market for the Nissan Leaf and it has won countless awards, including the 2010 Green Car Vision Award, 2011 European Car of the Year, 2011 World Car of the Year and 2011-2012 Car of the Year Japan. If you are after a used Nissan Leaf, you have come to the right place.

Why is the Nissan Leaf an ideal purchase?

There are many reasons that make the Nissan Leaf the ideal car. It has a 239-mile radius of range that is designed to be much more economical and therefore cut running costs, while also being super smooth to run.  A fantastic piece of automotive innovation it has a reputation for being a more reliable car than a more conventional diesel or petrol alternative. The body of the car is an attractive one with a sharp v-shape design, up slanting headlights and aerodynamic panelling to the bottom of the car. The heaviest part of the vehicle is the battery and this has been strategically placed below the seats and rear foot space to give the car a better structural rigidity and smoother drive. Safety-wise, the NHTSA has rated the 2011 and 2012 models 5/5 for their safety rating meaning it is a great option to take your family out in, knowing you will have complete peace of mind.

How the Nissan Leaf has evolved from release

Nissan has been heralded as kick-starting the evolution of electric cars back in 2010 and while it was revolutionary at the time, it has continued to evolve and dominate the EV market. The original Nissan Leaf had features such as a 24kWh battery and a good purchase price compared to others in the market at the time. Head forward to 2018 and the newer versions have evolved to use advanced lithium-ion batteries that are 67% more energy-dense and achieve 168 miles. The latest 2020 model has evolved even further, reaching 239 miles (the 62kWh Nissan LEAF e+ models). 

Why buy a used/ second hand Nissan Leaf?

Being ahead of its time from the off, a Nissan Leaf second hand is still an effortless choice. It costs a lot less per mile than a traditional petrol or diesel car and there are many more electric car charging points than there used to be. The Leaf has always scored excellently in its safety tests and emits a low carbon footprint

What are the different options?

The Nissan Leaf comes with a few different options, each with different features and benefits. The Nissan Leaf has four trim levels, the Tekna, the Acenta, the N-Connecta and the e+ Tekna. All versions of the Nissan leaf has the e-Pedal as standard as well as alloy wheels and a host of electronic safety systems such as hill start assist, parking sensors and ABS. The two engines are the 40kWh and the 62kWh and all models come as a five-door.

Get in touch today with any more questions or enquiries about a used Nissan Leaf for sale, we would love to help.


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