2018 Nissan Leaf


Brand new 2018 Nissan Leaf is coming more economical than ever. Last few models top the mileage of its predecessor, and new SUV is continuing this trend. New vehicle will be able to now go around 155 miles or 250 km, thanks to the additional boost from 30 kWh –rated electric motor. The 2018 Leaf will be revisited, but styling should be remain the same. Same trim levels system will be used for it, with S as an entry-level, SV mid-range trim, and SL topping the class.

2018 Nissan Leaf

2018 Nissan Leaf concept

The Leaf is a modern vehicle, offering the best of new technologies. One of them is electric power used for driving, and constant innovations and moving forward is expected in this segment. Any vehicle of the class without upgrades on long terms, which are measured in months, can cause a big step back. Finally such long period in top, shows that this crossover is being treated well by the engineers and designers in Nissan. New 2018 Nissan Leaf should again show to automotive world, a lot of hi-tech features, innovations and modern technologies. What distinguishes it from other crossovers is efficiency and quiet work of powerplants.

2018 Nissan Leaf

2018 Nissan Leaf engine

The 2018 Nissan Leaf will ride again on only electric power. Previous edition used 80 kW motor as its base unit. Entry level models were propelled from 24 kWh lithium-ion batteries and higher SV and SL trims used 30 kWh pack batteries. Now, Leaf in S trim is using engine of that power while upper trims power sources are not announced yet, but we are sure that stronger units are on the way. Finally some rumors were mentioning 60 kWh batteries. Also, engines are also more economical, so base models will go 25% more miles without charging. Sprint time and performance will be improved, but exact numbers couldn’t be known at this point of development.

2018 Nissan Leaf rear view

2018 Nissan Leaf release date and price

Boost in performance carries increase of the price for 2018 Nissan Leaf. Now, new electric car is closer to $35,000 in its base form. Finally other trims’ value depends on features installed in the cabin.

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  1. Hello

    As a 2015 leaf owner I consider Nissan’s approach to BEV’s the best. They do great products with “this-world” solutions and performances with great quality and giving great customer satisfaction. Nevertheless what I miss for a product as the leaf, and given there are still points of improvement is the attendance of customers feedback. We all have tons of ideas of usability, confort, practicity, economy, range improvement and more that we may give to improve such a good product, and I don’t find the forum to address them.
    I think for such an innovative and ambitious product actual customers could contribute pricelessly to make it even better.

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