2017 Nissan LEAF ratings and reviews

Some might remain skeptical of electric vehicles, but the 2017 Nissan LEAF proves that an electric car has what it takes to be a primary vehicle. The 2017 model has an 80-kW AC synchronous electric motor with 107 horsepower and a 30-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. According to the EPA, the battery pack has a range of 107 miles, a jump from the 84-mile range found in previous models. The batter can charge up in about eight hours using a 220-volt outlet. There's the option of getting a 6.6-kWh onboard charger, which cuts charging time to under six hours. The battery pack comes with an eight-year/100,000 mile warranty. For 2017, the LEAF continues to be available in three trim choices: S, SV, and SL. The S trim comes with standard features like heated front seats, a rearview camera, automatic climate control, and cruise control

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Some might remain skeptical of electric vehicles, but the 2017 Nissan LEAF proves that an electric car has what it takes to be a primary vehicle. The 2017 model has an 80-kW AC synchronous electric motor with 107 horsepower and a 30-kWh lithium-ion battery pack. According to the EPA, the battery pack has a range of 107 miles, a jump from the 84-mile range found in previous models. The batter can charge up in about eight hours using a 220-volt outlet. There's the option of getting a 6.6-kWh onboard charger, which cuts charging time to under six hours. The battery pack comes with an eight-year/100,000 mile warranty. For 2017, the LEAF continues to be available in three trim choices: S, SV, and SL. The S trim comes with standard features like heated front seats, a rearview camera, automatic climate control, and cruise control




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