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.
Owning this car requires a lifestyle change
2013 Nissan LeafKarla Villanueva - Las Vegas, NV02/02/2016
This is a great little second car to tool around town in but you can NEVER take a road trip in it. Getting to LA from Las Vegas is impossible for me to do. Don't trust the mileage range, go off the battery life because there's NO WAY this car gets 100 miles per charge (more like 80). DO YOUR HOMEWORK BEFORE YOU BUY. I didn't and trusted the dealer to tell me everything I needed to know. Now I'm learning the hard way what Level 1/2 charging is and how I can kick myself for not choosing a model with the quick charge port (it'as not an aftermarket product). Also, think about how much you drive before you buy. Thank goodness I kept my gas 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.
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