Nissan Leaf Highlights
The new Nissan LEAF transforms basic features into ideal integrations.
- Lowest five-year cost-to-own in its class, according to Kelley Blue Book
- Travel up to 226 miles on a single charge with the LEAF Plus’ 62-kilowatt-hour battery
- Stay connected with smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™
- Turn heads with the sleek body that provides enhanced aerodynamics
- Experience peace of mind with the Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety features
- $31,600* Starting MSRP
- 226* Miles Per Charge
- 5 Seats
The new Nissan LEAF combines aerodynamic lines with contemporary design to create an electric car that never fades into the background.
Nissan’s attention to efficient style is evident from every angle of the new LEAF. This electric car features sleek lines, a “floating” roof design, and a flat underbody that reduces aerodynamic drag.
Light the night with the new Nissan LEAF’s available LED headlights with LED signature daytime running lights that cast light farther than traditional bulbs.
17-Inch Aluminum-Alloy Wheels
Opt for the new Nissan LEAF’s available 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels with distinctive black accents to give this electric car lasting curb appeal.
Heated Side-View Mirrors
The new Nissan LEAF is cold-weather ready with its available heated side-view mirrors that warm up when you activate the rear defroster, keeping your view clear from snow, ice, and dew.
The new Nissan LEAF is available in nine eye-catching colors, including Scarlet Ember Tintcoat, Deep Blue Pearl, and Sunset Drift ChromaFlair®.
The new Nissan LEAF may be a compact car, but it has all the style and space you need. Head out on your next adventure with automatic climate control, plush heated front seats, and up to 30 cubic feet of cargo space at your disposal.
Sit back and relax in the new Nissan LEAF with its plush seating, blue accents, and a sporty D-shaped steering wheel. The cabin features a futuristic drive mode selector in place of a gear shifter that adds an airy feel to the front seating area and an 8-inch touchscreen housed in the sculpted dashboard.
Versatile Cargo Space
The new Nissan LEAF seats five and boasts 30 cubic feet of cargo space when you lower the 60/40 split-folding rear seats, allowing you to bring more along for the ride.
Automatic Climate Control
With the new Nissan LEAF’s automatic climate control system, you choose the perfect temperature, and the system will keep the cabin exactly how you like it.
Heated Front Seats
Opt for the new Nissan LEAF’s available heated front seats and surround yourself in warmth on your morning commute with the push of a button.
Nissan Intelligent Key
With the Nissan Intelligent Key, you can open the new LEAF’s doors and charging port or start the engine with just the push of a button while the key remains in your pocket.
Stay connected and entertained in the new Nissan LEAF with the latest in advanced technology including smartphone integration, navigation, and NissanConnect® EV with Services.
Connect your smartphone to the Nissan LEAF’s infotainment system via Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ to stream music, answer calls, and more from the 8-inch touchscreen.
The Nissan LEAF’s available door-to-door navigation provides turn-by-turn directions right on the 8-inch touchscreen. The system also offers real-time traffic updates so you can get to your destination as quickly as possible.
Bose® Energy-Efficient Premium Sound
The new Nissan LEAF’s available Bose Energy Efficient Series premium audio system offers seven lightweight speakers that save power while still providing concert-quality sound.
NissanConnect EV with Services
Exclusive to the Nissan LEAF, the NissanConnect EV with Services app provides access to a number of LEAF features right from your phone. With this app, you can check your driving range, stay up to date on current charge, and even control cabin temperature from your phone.
Digital Information Display
The new Nissan LEAF features a customizable digital information display that keeps information like power range, navigation, and current speed in front of you.
The new Nissan LEAF is prepared for the unexpected with its suite of advanced safety features like automatic emergency braking, blind-spot warning, and intelligent cruise control.
Around View® Monitor
With the new Nissan LEAF’s available intelligent Around View monitor, you’ll have a 360-degree bird’s-eye view of the surrounding area, making it easy to parallel park or back into a driveway.
Automatic Emergency Braking
With the new Nissan LEAF’s automatic emergency braking, you’ll receive warnings when a front-end collision is imminent. If you fail to respond, the system engages the brakes to slow the LEAF down and lessen potential damages.
The new Nissan LEAF’s blind-spot warning detects when a vehicle enters your blind spot and warns you with a visual indicator on the corresponding side-view mirror.
Intelligent Cruise Control
With the new Nissan LEAF’s intelligent cruise control, you choose a following distance and cruising speed. If you approach a slower-moving vehicle, the system slows the LEAF to maintain the preset gap. Once the slower vehicle is gone, the system returns the LEAF to the original cruising speed.
Intelligent Lane Intervention
The new Nissan LEAF’s intelligent lane intervention detects when you drift from your lane without signaling and provides gentle brake taps to help you stay on track.
Go green and say goodbye to traditional gasoline-fueled engines with the new Nissan LEAF. This compact car lowers your carbon footprint with a zippy electric motor while still providing the fun driving experience you crave.
The new Nissan LEAF Plus boasts a 62-kilowatt-hour battery that ships its voltage to a 214-horsepower electric motor. With this higher-capacity battery pack, the LEAF Plus has an EPA-estimated 226-mile driving range.
In standard Nissan LEAF models, you’ll find a 40-kilowatt-hour battery powering a 147-horsepower electric motor. According to EPA estimates, this combination delivers a 149-mile driving range on a full charge.
Charge at Home
Nissan makes it easy to charge the new LEAF right from home with either a professionally installed wall-unit charger and the available 240-volt charging cable or the standard 120-volt trickle-charge cable plugged into a standard household outlet.
Charge in Public
With tens of thousands of public DC Quick Charging stations across the country, it’s easy to charge the new Nissan LEAF on the go. Depending on the type of charging station you visit, the 40 kilowatt-hour battery achieves an 80 percent charge in only 40 minutes, and the 62 kilowatt-hour battery reaches 80 percent charge in 45 to 60 minutes.
The new Nissan LEAF has a floor-mounted battery pack that creates a low center of gravity for smooth handling, ensuring this electric car can handle all of life’s twists and turns.
Get the fun started in the new Nissan LEAF.
This futuristic electric car offers the latest in advanced technology to keep you connected while going green. Using Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, you can sync your smartphone to stream music and answer calls right from the 8-inch touchscreen. The new LEAF also has a driver information display that lets you monitor your remaining power with ease.
The new Nissan LEAF has more space than you would expect at first glance. This compact car boasts room for five people and with the 60/40 split-fold rear seats lowered, you’ll have up to 30 cubic feet of cargo space at your disposal. Whether you’re headed to class or an evening out on the town, the new Nissan LEAF has all the space you need.
Experience the new Nissan LEAF today by scheduling a test drive at Garber Nissan on Bay Road in Saginaw.
- $31,600* Starting MSRP
- 226* Miles Per Charge
- 5 Seats
*MSRP: Price is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes tax, title, license, options, and destination charge. Dealer sets actual price. MSRP is for the 2020 Nissan Leaf®.
*EPA range for 2020 Nissan LEAF S PLUS only. The actual range will vary with trim levels, options, and driving conditions; see Customer Disclosure Form for details. Use for comparison only.
*IIHS Awards/Rating: http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/
*Edmunds Rating: https://www.edmunds.com/nissan/leaf/2020/review/
*U.S. News Rating: https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/nissan/leaf