Nissan LEAF kicks everything up a notch. From 40% more range than the previous generation, to a boost in power to get you there quicker, to an easier way to charge, you’ll always look forward to the next exhilarating drive.
Choose ECO Mode to limit the motor’s output and conserve energy. It also slightly increases regenerative braking, all of which helps you achieve the best possible range.
Really serious about maxing out your range? You can also activate B Mode. This delivers more aggressive regenerative braking, which charges the battery.
With an innovative charging system, it’s never been easier or quicker to get moving. And now with no wall box necessary, you can plug in to the same outlet as a conventional clothes dryer with Nissan LEAF’s available 120V/240V cord.[*]
Set a charging timer right from the navigation screen with just a few taps. This means that you can start and stop charging at designated times – so you can take advantage of off-peak electricity rates (2017 Nissan LEAF screen shown).
The available Quick Charge port allows you to plug into a Quick Charger and reach up to 80% charge in 40 minutes. This is the fastest method available – ideal for when you want to top off your charge or for quick pit stops on a long-distance trip.
Typically, electricity rates are lowest at night, when usage is lowest. By setting the timer so Nissan LEAF charges during off-peak hours, you can wake up ready to go, with a little extra money in your pocket.