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2018 Nissan LEAF

The design is all-new. The 2018 Leaf is slightly larger, more conventional-looking and thanks to a 40-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the range is increased by 40 percent, moving from 107 to 150 miles. This is nearly double of the initial 84-mile range of the first Leafs.

2017 Nissan LEAF

The 30-kWh lithium-ion battery that arrived in higher trims last year and enabled a total range of 107 miles is now standard on every 2017 Nissan Leaf, replacing the former system that was rated at 84 miles of range before needing to be recharged.

About Nissan LEAF

The all-new 2018 Nissan Leaf may not garner the same headlines as the 2018 Chevrolet Bolt when Chevy announced a 238-mile range for it. Still the Japanese automaker has made tremendous strides to address the previous Leaf’s shortcomings, namely its range and styling. More than 200,000 Leafs have been sold since it was introduced in 2011 and is by far the highest-volume pure electric sold to date. By giving the car a more conventional look and boosting range to 150 miles, the Leaf is moving into the realm beyond automotive novelty to a practical, alternative-power vehicle that can address most motorists’ needs. But there’s even more to the story of the company turning over a new Leaf -- Nissan has actually cut prices while offering unique technology to boot. The new model represents a win-win for both Nissan and consumers alike.

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