The price was great, the style adorable, however Nissan claims that the Leaf is able to get 80 or so miles to a charge, and that NEVER happens! Once you hit the freeway, the mileage drops like crazy and if I was able to get 40 or 50 it was a miracle! I hated the feeling of ALWAYS feeling like I was about to run out of power and had to find somewhere to park and charge for several hours since charging is not a fast process. If there were more fast charge stations or the ability to get at least 100 miles per charge I would've loved this car! I loved the IDEA of the car since I am a staunch environmentalist, but the reality drove me crazy so I traded it in after one month for a gas car! Very Sadly!!!
I had one of this (First version) paid for by my company for a couple of years. After ending the lease I found out how much money I saved and that I could buy one for 1/3 of the price at Carmax! - It's a no-brainer.... Perfect for daily commute of less than 30 miles. Driving on the highway takes longer because you have to stop to charge and I would advise only if you have the quick charger - Otherwise, keep it as a daily commuter or for weekends to go around the city. It has $AVING$ written all around!
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