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2015 Nissan LEAF What's new for 2015? 
2015 Nissan LEAF

The base model Leaf S now gets the same "B-Mode" as the rest of the lineup, which engages an aggressive regenerative braking mode. Leaf SV models also get new standard 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, and Leaf SV and SL models get hands-free text messaging and voice-activated destination entry.

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2014 Nissan LEAF What's new for 2014? 
2014 Nissan LEAF

A rearview camera becomes standard across the lineup. Nissan has removed the Long Life Mode, which allowed charging to 80 percent instead of 100. The company says the feature's rationale – the impact on long-term battery durability – was less than initially expected and thus not needed.

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2013 Nissan LEAF What's new for 2013? 
2013 Nissan LEAF

Now in its third year of production, the Nissan Leaf undergoes a significant price reduction along with a number of enhancements for the 2013 model year. Key revisions to the lineup include a new entry-level "S" trim, a newly available onboard 220-volt charger that reduces charging time to roughly four hours, and improved energy efficiency thanks to refined aerodynamics, additional regenerative breaking capabilities, and better energy management.

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2012 Nissan LEAF What's new for 2012? 
2012 Nissan LEAF

The 2012 Nissan LEAF gains heated front and rear seats, a heated steering wheel, battery heater, heated outside mirrors and rear-seat HVAC ducts. The SL trim receives a Quick Charge Port.

About Nissan LEAF

Nissan’s Leaf EV for 2016 stands proudly as the fossil-fuel alternative that doesn’t look like it was designed by an old fossil. The Leaf’s unique exterior is both artistic and functional, helping it cheat the wind and maximize interior space. Unlike some fancier EVs, Nissan’s Leaf has brought electron-inspired propulsion to the masses with an affordable price tag, relaxed driving manners and user-friendly features that can even help drivers find recharging stations. But, while the 5-passenger Leaf may be popular among commuters and environmentalists, its limited range and longer charging times won’t soon cause the gasoline or hybrid car to go extinct. However, the Leaf holds an advantage over electrics like the Chevy Spark and Fiat 500e, both in size and nationwide availability.


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