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Nissan LEAF Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Nissan LEAF. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Nissan LEAF.

OverviewNissan LEAF

When fully charged, the Leaf has an effective maximum range of about 80 miles. That's sufficient to schlep most people from home to work and back, but longer trips will, of course, pose a challenge. As such, the Leaf is best for multicar households or those with shorter commutes. Another must is having a garage, ideally with a 240-volt charger. If you can check these boxes, though, the Nissan Leaf could really revolutionize your driving experience. Discover the ins and outs on used Nissan LEAFs, available now in Carvana's inventory.


Roomy Design

Thanks to the vehicle's battery pack being stored under the floor beneath the seats, the LEAF's design gives way to a car that has a surprisingly open and comfortable feel for an electric vehicle (EV). Headroom is ample for front row passengers and the cargo space available behind the rear seats is plentiful at 24 cubic feet (big enough to fit 6 bags of golf clubs). Fold the rear seats down to increase storage capacity to 30 cubic feet.

Solid Cruising Range

On a full battery charge, the LEAF has a range of 84 miles before requiring a recharge. While that figure may give you some pause, the 84-mile range actually ranks as one of the highest in the EV class and is a solid choice for individuals looking to use the LEAF as an urban commuter.

Quality Tech Features

Complete with a modern cabin design, the Nissan LEAF is outfitted with system controls that evoke a high-tech feel. The split-level instrument panels offer sharp graphics that relay key information, and the touchscreen menus and physical buttons for the vehicle's climate control make operating the LEAF's many systems a breeze.



With its electric powertrain, the LEAF provides quick acceleration from a complete stop, however working up to freeway speeds off an on-ramp can feel like a chore for the vehicle. There are a handful of competing EVs that outperform the LEAF in this department.

Legroom Up Front

While there's no shortage of headroom available up front, the legroom afforded by the LEAF can leave taller drivers feeling somewhat cramped.

Home Charging Station

The hang up with most EVs is the fact that refueling/recharging can be a bit of a pain. This is the case with the LEAF, as plugging into a standard 110-volt household outlet is likely best reserved for when you're done for the day, as to mitigate gross utility charges. For most LEAF owners, a 240-volt charging station is more or less necessary, and even then it can take eight hours to charge a depleted battery with a standard 3.3 kW charger.

Nissan LEAF Reviews

4.7 OUT OF 5 (207 Reviews)