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.
Range can be a bit of an issue, but once you get use to it, the Leaf can be a lot of things. Interior space is bigger than the outside would suggest. It handles grocery runs and trips to soccer games. And, if you're so inclined, the electric torque and relatively flat cornering can make for a surprisingly fun experience.
Good bye gas, hello electric!
2012 Nissan LeafSCOTT HENRY - SAN MARCOS, CA07/13/2016
If you have a daily commute of less than 30 miles round trip, this is the car for you. If you are tired of paying a local gas station the ever-changing prices of gas, this is the car for you. If you just love technology, this is the car for you. Yes, it's not a tesla, but if you don't have the $100,000 to plop down on one, then get this one and you will have an insight into what it is like to own a tesla....it's pretty awesome!!
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