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Used 2012 Nissan Leaf for Sale

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4.4 out of 5(40 reviews)

Great car for what it is intended for.

This car is impressive. Lots of great technology onboard, roomy interior front and back, adequate amount of cargo room. Stealthy quietness at all speeds, only wind noise and the slight sound of high voltage moving you forward. Can easily get you through a several days of market runs, picking up and dropping off kids at school, etc. without the need to charge. Once you begin using highways or freeways, you'll need to consider your level of charge. My morning commute is 60 miles of freeways and some streets and I can make it with a few miles to spare, plug into a standard outlet while at work, and make it back home without worry. This car is not designed for long, high speed journeys! Be sure to get one with the quick charge port!!!

- Daniel T, 2012 Nissan Leaf

No Gas Ever

Quiet, smooth, reliable ride. Smooth is a huge issue in Houston where the roads are anything but smooth. I charge the car at night and it has a full 84 miles when I leave. Running a/c or heat will decrease the mileage as will high speeds but I live only 10 miles from work and everywhere I go is within 10 -15 miles from home so its great for me. I don't really like having to watch the miles if I have a lot of errands but I have never gotten really low even on my busiest day. I haven't noticed any change in my electric bill so I am pretty happy overall.

- Gemma Smith, 2012 Nissan Leaf

You need to drive it............

This is the first hybrid I've ever had and it's really amazing as to how much it's like a regular vehicle. The quality of the vehicle would make you think it's a much more expensive car. The SL has most everything Nissan has to offer on this vehicle, which again makes it seem like a more expensive car. What's really nice is, you never have to stop for GAS. It takes a little time to figure out the distance you can drive on a charge using the different features, lights/heater/air conditioner etc. but you figure it out. Using the 120V charger takes longer to charge so the 220V is in the plan......

- James, 2012 Nissan Leaf

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.