Join the green revolution with the UK’s best-selling electric vehicle – an affordable, environmentally-friendly solution for your family. The new Nissan LEAF travels for up to 155 miles on one charge – that’s further than any of its competitors.
This 100-percent-electric hatchback has an aerodynamic design that balances form and function. The streamlined shape is eye-catching, with a low-down hood and a big rear spoiler that also reduces wind lag. Select one of seven bold paint colours to leave a lasting impression.
You can customise the five-seat cabin to make it as fun or relaxed as you wish. Visia woven fabric, Acenta suede-effect material and Tekna leather upholstery are on offer, plus optional heated seats for a luxury finish. Futuristic blue lighting completes a refined space. Boot capacity stands at 370 litres, leaving ample space for the family’s luggage or the food shop.
Say goodbye to fuel and hello to electric with the zero-emissions Nissan LEAF. Thanks to 24kWh and 30kW batteries, costs are as low as 2p per mile and the LEAF has a 155-mile range. Charge it through a domestic plug socket (it takes 12 hours to do so), or Nissan’s home charging unit (four to eight hours). Switch to rapid mode and you’ll hit 80 percent charge inside 30 minutes.
Technology and safety
Nissan takes your safety seriously – and the new LEAF is no exception. Six airbags offer all-round protection, while ISOFIX anchors make for safe and simple child-seat fitting. There is anti-lock braking and electronic brakeforce distribution, too, to help you maintain control.
Even the entry-level Visia gets a handy reversing camera, along with satellite navigation and keyless entry for your convenience. You can access all kinds of functions via the intuitive seven-inch LCD screen, which is placed at the driver’s fingertips.
Contact Windsor Nissan today
The new Nissan LEAF is available to order from Windsor Nissan today. Get in touch with our friendly team today to arrange a test drive.
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