Nissan Leaf Car Reviews

The Nissan Leaf is an electric 5-door hatchback that was first introduced onto the market in 2010. The Leaf handles well, with good grip and responsive steering. The car has a low centre of gravity and provides an all-round smooth drive.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
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Score: 3.5/5
Running costs
Good technology
A little pricey
Not ideal for longer journeys

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Nissan Leaf Overview

The interior of the car is spacious and has a very clean, modern feel to it, while the boot also provides a decent amount of space. It is equipped with easy-to-use controls and comfortable seats which enhance the driving experience delivered by the Leaf.

The Leaf has a range of 109 miles when its battery is fully charged and a top speed of over 93mph. it can accelerate from 0 – 60 mph in under 10 seconds.

The car has a five star safety rating and makes for a great family car. Its electric motor means that running costs are incredibly low when compared to cars using combustion engines.


The Nissan Leaf was introduced in 2010.

Its greatest advantage when compared to other cars in its class is the electric motor that powers it. This makes for incredibly low running costs as well as zero emissions. Buyers will not only be saving money on fuel, they will be helping the environment in the process.

The car is sold all over the world and has a battery warranty of eight years or 100,000 miles.

The Leaf is set to be produced at Nissan’s plant in the UK from 2013.


The Nissan Leaf is a brilliant, innovative, 5-door hatchback that helps to preserve the environment and provides the buyer with incredibly low running costs.

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