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The Leaf is a five-seat, electric-powered hatchback with a 75-mile typical range. A full charge from a 220-volt home outlet takes 6 hours, or twice as long on a 110-volt outlet. At low speeds the Leaf feels quick and it is quiet and rides comfortably. Cabin access is easy, and the rear seat is fairly roomy.
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2012 Nissan LEAF Test Drive
The 2012 Nissan LEAF brakes new ground as a fully equipped all-electric car with an average range of…
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Loving the Leaf by Leaf Owner on 07/04/2013. Trim: 2013 Nissan LEAF SL, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Electric is sooooo smoth - a really fun car to drive. We use it for all of our about town drives so much that my Van is starting to rust in place! The new 2013 model is so much better than the previous 2011 na 2012 MYs. My wife lives the round view monitor. The range is fine for us and we like the quicker level 2 charging that come with our SL model.
Cons: I'm not a fan of the lower front grill - a little to much frog face for my liking!
Overall review: Great car - kills the Mitsubishi i and leaves the the Volt for dead (why go part gas part electric when the real thing is already here?)
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