As of now, the market offers Tesla Model 3, Jaguar I-Pace, and Audi E-Tron. And they dominate the present electric vehicle market. It is easy in such situations to forget the Nissan Leaf, which is electric since 2010. We shall not deem it to be very exciting, but certain other features make it attractive.
The new 2020 Nissan Leaf is a roomy vehicle and is quite well equipped and relatively affordable. The 2020 Nissan Leaf possesses a head-on and robust competition to the mainstream brands such as the Electric vehicles Chevrolet Bolt EV, Kia Niro EV, and the Hyundai Ioniq.
The 2020 Nissan Leaf is coming with an optional semi-automatic driving mode. It shall allow similar experience as the Tesla Autopilot feature. But, surely, at cheap rates.
Talking of the rates, it comes with models S at $32,525, SV at $35,115, model S Plus at $39,125 , model SV Plus at $40,675 and SL Plus at $44,825.
The standard 2020 Nissan Leaf models come with a 110-kW electric motor. And it is enough to pumps out 147 horsepower to the front wheels; a 40-kWh battery pack provides the power. The 2020 Nissan Leaf Plus models come with a gutsier, 214-hp 160-kW electric motor, and a larger 62-kWh battery. Thus, we can say it to be quicker than the Volkswagen e-Golf, but slower than the Bolt EV, the BMW i3s, and the Model 3.
Let us do some driving to find out more about this.
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