2018 Nissan LEAF

Nissan debuted the second-generation LEAF on Tuesday night. The new version of the world’s best-selling all-electric car will get a bump in driving range to 150 miles (from its current 107 miles) while keeping its price below $30,000. At the same time, Nissan toned down the model’s geeky high-tech looks of the outgoing EV—replacing it with the brand’s more conventional design features (such as its V-Motion grille, two-tone color scheme, and floating roof).
The 2018 Nissan LEAF goes on sale in the US early next year.
The so-called LEAF 2.0 is equipped with a 40-kilowatt battery that enables the car to travel further on a single charge—beating out all other EVs except the 60-kWh 238-mile Chevrolet Bolt and vehicles offered by Tesla Motors. While offering less range than those models, most buyers can expect to pay several thousands of dollars less for a LEAF than for a Bolt or Tesla Model 3.
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