2019 Nissan LEAF Review

124/99  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPGe
10.4  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
23.6-30  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For The 2019 Nissan LEAF

The most exciting change in the new LEAF involves the battery, which now gives you more power and lets you go further between charges. Drivers can get 40% more range than on older versions of the LEAF, making this Eco-friendly car more convenient than ever. For those that are concerned about an electric engine, know that the 2019 LEAF gets a surprising amount of acceleration and speed. This newly updated model proves yet again why the LEAF is the best selling electric car in the world.


2019 Nissan LEAF

Trim Differences

There are 3 trim levels to choose from, depending on your needs. Your choices are the S, SV, or SL. These vehicles are compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. There are many available features depending on the trim level and package you choose.

One of the most exciting features drivers can get is NissanConnect EV with Services. This app is designed to work with your smartwatch or smartphone and LEAF. You can use it to check your battery charge level, preset the temperature in the car, or even know how much range you have left before you will need to charge. This all helps drivers plan a smooth, comfortable trip from their convenient smart device.

To make the LEAF even more comfortable, there are several options available to drivers. You can choose to get heated seats or steering wheel. There is also automatic climate control to keep the temperature at your ideal level, no matter what the weather is doing outside.

Long Range Efficiency

2019 Nissan LEAFPowering all trim versions of the 2019 LEAF is a 110 kW AC synchronous electric motor. This electric motor produces an impressive 147-hp. As for torque, drivers can expect 236 lb-ft. This system works with a 40 kWh Lithium-Ion battery.

On a full charge, drivers can get 150 miles out of the LEAF. One great thing Nissan included is DC Quick Charge, which allows you to get 90 miles out of just 30 minutes of charge time. If you are willing to sacrifice a little power for more battery life, there is an Eco mode to extend your driving range. The B mode takes this a step further, using more regenerative braking to help charge the battery of your car.

Nissan LEAF Safety

2019 Nissan LEAFElectronic Brake-Force Distribution and anti-lock brakes are features designed to help you stop quickly when needed. The rear brakes are even designed to be adjusted when extra weight is detected in the back of the vehicle. Drivers get a tire pressure monitor, and families with small children will love the LATCH car seat system.

Airbags play an important role in the safety system of the 2019 LEAF. There are 6 total, including front-mounted side-impact supplemental airbags. To keep you as safe as possible, Nissan included a sensor that can detect when the vehicle has flipped upside down. When this happens, roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental airbags are deployed.

To make your LEAF even safer, there are several available safety options that can be added on certain trim levels. These include Intelligent Lane Intervention, Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection.

If you need more information on this groundbreaking electric car, contact our dealership or visit to take a test drive.


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