It’s an A-plus for the new Nissan Leaf e+

Same car, more power

The latest version of Nissan’s Leaf has been unveiled at CES 2019, and it features a subtle but reassuring twist for any potential owners who suffer from range anxiety.

Nissan Leaf 3.Zero e+ (Image: Nissan)

Nissan Leaf 3.Zero e+ (Image: Nissan)

Top of the pile is the Nissan Leaf 3.Zero e+ Limited Edition, which boasts a higher output. The fun and funky saloon, best known for its wonderfully addictive e-Pedal, will deliver 160kW (217 PS) of power, 340Nm of torque and a predicted 239 mile range from one charge of the 62 kWh capacity battery.

The Leaf 3.Zero e+ Limited Edition will deliver a 40% range increase over another cheaper edition of the car, the Leaf 3.Zero, which is equipped with a 40 kWh battery. Anyone worried about making it from A to B will most likely want to plump for the model with the beefier battery, which is predicted to deliver up to 62 miles more on one charge.

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Comments (1)

  1. Richardhilliard


    62 miles more is not much extra range from my 17 plate model and I struggle to get 100 miles out of A full charge so by nissans figures I should be getting close to 170 miles on a charge in fact my 66 plate leaf ran out of charge on the m6 after only going99 miles. It’s time the government made car manufacturers told us the truth on Eva.

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