Navigation System, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Rear Spoiler, Alloy Wheels, Overhead Airbags
2WD, 0 Engine, Automatic Transmission, 79K Miles, White/White
Leather Seats, Navigation System, Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Rear Spoiler
2WD, 0 Engine, Automatic Transmission, 50K Miles, Red/Gray
If you stumble upon a USED Leaf: Go for it, specially if your commute isn't longer than 50-60 miles. Look at the vertical bars just to the right of the "range estimate" on dashboard. There should be 12 vertical bars. Just as with laptop batteries of cell phones with time, the battery looses some of its capacity to retain a charge. 2011 and 2012 Leafs in used market may be missing 1 or 2 bars. So look for this when you go for a test drive. SUPER quiet!! Suspension is very nimble, barely feel road bumps. Very simple uncomplicated vehicle operation. I plan on keeping it until battery degrades too much (maybe 5 years). Then I'll go to Nissan dealership and have them install new battery pack ($100/month) and car will be paid for.
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.
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