Nissan Leaf Hatchback Car Leases
For most people, the first electric car they heard about, over a decade ago, was the Nissan Leaf. It was the ultimate innovation and, quite rightly, considered by many to be the trailblazer of how cars in the future would be.
There were other electric cars around at the time but the Nissan Leaf was the first one to be truly convincing. For a start, it didn't drive like a milk float (if you're old enough to remember those whirring around the streets in the early morning). It had relatively impressive acceleration and a respectable top speed. It was a car that you could really drive for practical reasons, not just because it was kinder to the environment than its fossil-fuel chugging predecessors.
From these far from humble beginnings, the Nissan Leaf has come on in leaps and bounds. It's now even better to drive. It's faster and has more room inside, making a more practical choice all round for a family car.
Nissan, like other EV manufacturers, has worked hard to increase the mileage range. Current Nissan Leafs can go further and faster than ever before.
About the Nissan Leaf
What Does the Nissan Leaf Hatchback Drive like?
The Leaf drives so well now, you may forget you're behind the wheel of an EV apart from the blissful silence that is. It's comfortable eating up motorway miles, nipping around town or taking on lively country B-roads.
The Nissan Leaf Hatchback Safety and Reliability
Driving an electric car saves money, both in fuel and maintenance costs. The Leaf is considered extremely reliable and safe too. It achieved a full 5-star rating in Euro NCAP crash tests, scoring an impressive 93% for adult occupant safety and 86% for child occupant protection. You'll also enjoy a good range of safety and high-tech driver-assist features.
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