This car is perfect for my needs. It has a range of about 70 miles on a full charge, which works very well for me. I don't usually need to go much further in a day. When I do need to travel I can rent a car. The interior is spacious for all passengers, the rear has a lot of space, too, and I can fit longer objects with no problem. Its a great car!
Love everything about this car
2015 Nissan LeafAlex McGregor - Signal Mountain, TN09/22/2015
It's the best all around car on the market. Plenty of power, handles like an expensive sports car, most expensive maintenance cost is a tire rotation, instruments well thought out and easy to read, comfortable- all this and it costs pennies per gallon of gas equivalent.
Great car for what it is intended for.
2012 Nissan LeafDaniel T - Duarte, CA11/29/2016
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!!!
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