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After driving a Leaf, it would be hard for my to go back to driving a gas car. It drives so smoothly, it is such a beautiful car with such great features (heated seats, wonderful sound system, dependable, virtually no maintenance whatsoever). My only wish is that Nissan would offer batteries with longer millage so I can take my wonderful car with me on longer trips! My daily commute is minimal and I come from a two car home, so this is the perfect car for me. If you have a long drive I would recommend a hybrid, but EVs are the best--they have speed, they absolutely glide, are perfectly quiet, and really cut your costs as far as upkeep goes. All of this and you can feel good about making a choice that is also environmentally friendly.
If you drive less then 60 miles a day it's the perfect economy car. Cost of owning a Nissan Leaf is just the payments and insurance. I drive about 20 miles a day cost of electric is about 00.60 cents a day. No Smog, no oil changes, NO GAS Quite, Fast if you need it, Handles great and fun, comfort is good for a small car At first you will worry about how many miles you have left to drive even when it says you have 45 miles left, but you have only 5 miles to drive. and you will charge every time you get out of the car, Now I only charge twice a week
It is really a great car for short commutes. My car is a 2012 and could be the reason that it only does about 76 miles per charge. I would recommend this car to someone that does not do much driving. Only to work and back. It does, however, have excellent power. It picks up speed, drives beautifully and feels great.