The Leaf is surprisingly fun to drive and much more spacious than I would have expected for an electric vehicle. I love not needing to fill up on gas and there are many places to charge near where I live. The only downside is the range; I easily get 80+ miles per charge, but that number goes down if you drive a lot on the highway or use the heat or A/C.
Easy to operate, and super low operating cost. No gas or oil changes, and no wasted time at the gas station. Gets about 75 miles on a full charge. I usually put about 40 miles per day on mine, and charge it off of 110 (standard outlet) and it takes about 8 hours to charge, while I'm sleeping.
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!
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Published on Monday, January 29, 2018
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