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2018 Nissan LEAF EV Gets New Look, More Power & Range

2018 Nissan LEAF EV Gets New Look, More Power & Range
I’ll be the first to admit that I think the current generation Nissan LEAF is a bit of an ugly duckling. I’ve never driven one, so I can’t comment on how it stacks up to other EVs I’ve driven like the Chevy Bolt and BMW i3, but my sense is that Nissan’s first-to-market advantage has slipped away since it first premiered in 2010, and it was time for a major revamp.
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Nissan LEAF e-Pedal: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Brake Pedal

Nissan LEAF e-Pedal: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Brake Pedal
Nissan is talking up a new feature for the all-new LEAF EV, which is set to debut in September. It’s called e-Pedal, and it is designed to eliminate the need to use your brake pedal at all.
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2018 Nissan LEAF Can Park Itself

2018 Nissan LEAF Can Park Itself
One of the most annoying things that a driver can do in a crowded parking lot is drive past a parking space, stop, throw it in reverse, and then try and back into the spot. This inevitably means that everyone behind them ends up having to back up too so the asshat can back into the spot.
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2018 Nissan LEAF Debut Set for September

2018 Nissan LEAF Debut Set for September
We’ve known for a while that Nissan has been planning to launch a new and improved LEAF EV with significantly greater range than the current model. We now know that the new LEAF will be revealed this coming September 6.
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Nissan Will Cover Three Lease Payments for Some LEAF Owners

Nissan Will Cover Three Lease Payments for Some LEAF Owners
Nissan has announced a very cool plan to keep people who are currently in Leaf leases that end soon in a new LEAF. The all-new LEAF is due to debut in September, and be available for purchase by the end of the year.
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Nissan LEAF Hearse Lets You Stay Green to the Grave

Nissan LEAF Hearse Lets You Stay Green to the Grave
If you want to do that last little bit to offset your carbon footprint on the way to the grave, this is it. This modified Nissan LEAF Hearse is dubbed the Eco-Hearse and is made by Brahms Electric Vehicles Ltd.
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Nissan LEAF to Get 200-mile Range and Autonomous Tech

Nissan LEAF to Get 200-mile Range and Autonomous Tech
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn turned up at CES 2017 and took the time to talk a bit about some of the new tech they’re working on, including the next-generation LEAF EV. There is no ETA on when the next LEAF will be here, but Nissan is said to be aiming at at least a 200 mile driving range this time around.
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Nissan LEAF S 24 kWh Battery Discontinued

Nissan LEAF S 24 kWh Battery Discontinued
When the 2016 Nissan LEAF rolled into showrooms around the country it started at a base price of under $30,000 and the least expensive version had a 24 kWh battery inside. The catch was that the base battery pack delivered only 84 miles of range per charge.
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New Nissan LEAF Could Go 200+ Miles per Charge

New Nissan LEAF Could Go 200+ Miles per Charge
While sports cars battle for supremacy on paper with numbers for power, torque, and G force capability, the EV battles with battery size and driving range. Currently Tesla reigns supreme in that category and with its coming Model 3 even more people will be able to afford an EV that can go 200 miles or more per charge.
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Some Nissan LEAF Owners May Lose Telematics System

Some Nissan LEAF Owners May Lose Telematics System
One of the things that the Nissan LEAF has always offered to drivers is a vehicle telematics system that lets you check up on the status of the car and control things like the AC system, check charging status remotely, and more.
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2016 Nissan LEAF Gets 23 More Miles of Driving Range

2016 Nissan LEAF Gets 23 More Miles of Driving Range
The undisputed driving range champion  in the EV market is the Tesla Model S. In its 85D variant, it can drive up to 270 miles per charge. The downside is that it starts at $85,000, before tax credits.
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Nissan LEAF Is Cooler with Glow-in-the-Dark Paint

Nissan LEAF Is Cooler with Glow-in-the-Dark Paint
Yes, we’ve all seen glow-in-the-dark wraps and paint effects before, but Nissan claims that it’s the first company to add ultraviolet-energized paint to a vehicle in the factory.. TheLEAF equipped with STARPATH (no joke) will absorb enough UV rays during an average day to glow for eight to ten hours every night, and the effect should last 25 years.
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