2018 Nissan Leaf is an answer of Japanese engineers on growing demand for electric cars wrapped in modernly designed sedan cover. As Chevrolet already has its Cherry, Opel has Ampera and Tesla its popular Model 3, Nissan simply had to try to join to battle on the market with their original vehicle. Although the old Leaf has recorded 283,000 models sold last year; the competition could be very tough for new Leaf, which has to be as attractive as competitors, but must offer the simplest resolution, better engine performance and longer mile range than other electric cars on the market.
As we said, the exterior design must be the main feature of 2018 Nissan Leaf, since it should attract new buyers, which already saw other modern vehicles on the market. The last Leaf has not been as much attractive, but the new one has many changes and redesigning resolutions that it simply has to reach to every new buyer on the market. The redesigned front end has much prettier V-shaped mesh grille with chromatic decoration over it. Thin lights are at the ends of the bumper, under the rounded hood line. Below them are thin flat air intake and fog lights on the sides. The car has a special floating roof and interesting rear lights in shape of the letter L.
The changed dashboard in 2018 Nissan Leaf is modern and stylized now, with many chromatic details, to follow the exterior design and the looks of the new car. The slightly slanted center console has many buttons and commands, perfectly positioned for safety driving, while the large touchscreen above them has commands for high-tech devices manufacture put there. The most interesting will be a new driving assistant, new navigation system with special Intelligent Integration Platform as a part of the NissanConnect system.
The new 40 kWh battery in 2018 Nissan Leaf now is capable of driving 150 miles per charging, which puts the car on the top of the list of electric cars (but still the very first place on that list is reserved for Chevrolet Bolt with 238 miles). This engine has 147 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque. Together with the fast charging of only 8 hours, it is needed 40 minutes for fast charging of 80% of battery, so the car is among the best in class.
2018 Nissan Leaf
We are sure that you are thrilled to hear the price for 2018 Nissan Leaf, as it offers many novelties and great new features. It seems that it will be more competitive with $30,000, much less than other electric cars in the class.
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