Measured owner satisfaction with 2018 Nissan Leaf after 90-days of ownership.
Sound of the engine/exhaust
Smoothness of vehicle's ride
Feeling of safety when driving the vehicle
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2018 Nissan Leaf during the first 90-days of ownership.
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
Interior storage spaces
1 speed, Automatic
Front Wheel Drive
2018 Nissan Leaf Review
Who needs gas stations? You won’t in a Nissan LEAF. And no gas means no exhaust fumes. As in zero emissions. As in saving the planet one exhilarating mile after another. Choose from three models: S SV and the top-of-the-line SV. There’s a reason the Nissan LEAF is America’s best-selling fully electric vehicle. Like over 150 miles on a full charge instant acceleration and available perks like ProPILOT Assist. In fact Kelley Blue Book identified the LEAF as the electric car with the lowest cost to own over five years. Plus it’s a 2018 World Car of the Year finalist. And with 116 cubic feet of total interior volume the LEAF is a roomy hatch with seating for 5. Technological treats like SiriusXM Satellite Radio and Bluetooth streaming audio make your drive comfortable and convenient. Choose from a variety of colors options and Genuine Nissan Accessories and build a LEAF that’s all yours. The Nissan LEAF. Electrify your drive.
The Nissan LEAF is smart in so many ways. Available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility brings everything you want to do with your smartphone to a 7-inch color touchscreen display. Call stream navigate—you can do it all. With available Nissan Connect EV & Services powered by SiriusXM you can use your smartphone to pre-heat or pre-cool your LEAF check its charge calculate your remaining range and more. The Nissan LEAF. It’s simply amazing.
Along with advanced airbags and zone-body construction with crumple zones the Nissan LEAF offers an array of available Nissan Intelligent Mobility features. Like Nissan ProPILOT Assist which takes the stress out of rush-hour traffic by keeping you centered in your lane and maintaining a set distance between you and the car in front of you. It can even bring your LEAF to a complete stop—and then start going again when traffic permits. Other available driver-assist features include blind-spot monitoring rear cross-traffic alert and autonomous emergency braking. The Nissan LEAF. It’s simply amazing.
Think electric cars aren’t any fun? Think again. The Nissan LEAF’s electric motor can do things a V-8 can’t like spring to life with instant torque. There’s no lag—and very little drag thanks to its incredibly aerodynamic body. Think you’ll suffer from range anxiety? Think again. Over 150 miles of range on a full charge means most commutes are no problem. And with available advanced charging applications built right into your LEAF you can get ninety more miles in just thirty minutes at a DC. The Nissan LEAF. It’s simply amazing.