2014 Nissan LEAF
58,712 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$8,999
est. $130/mo

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2018 Nissan LEAF
11,231 Miles | Mobile, AL
$21,998
est. $317/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF
44,847 Miles | Fremont, CA
$9,998
est. $144/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
28,680 Miles | Doral, FL
$9,498
est. $137/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF
13,918 Miles | Doral, FL
$14,498
est. $209/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$13,700
est. $197/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$13,600
est. $196/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$16,200
est. $234/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$12,700
est. $183/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$11,400
est. $164/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$15,000
est. $216/mo

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2018 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$29,400
est. $424/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$10,500
est. $151/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$14,100
est. $203/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF
| Houston, TX
$10,900
est. $157/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$16,400
est. $236/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$12,700
est. $183/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$14,200
est. $205/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$11,400
est. $164/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF
| Charlotte, NC
$12,700
est. $183/mo

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Nissan LEAF Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2013 Nissan LEAF - It is a good vehicle, but electric cars should be developed in future.

Luke
Hartford, Connecticut
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The first of the real battery electric vehicles on the market, the Nissan Leaf stands as the default electric car for the everyday buyer. And as the market for electric cars increases (the new Chevrolet Bolt and the forthcoming Tesla Model 3, for example), the Leaf's days, as it sits, are numbered. In order to keep Leaf sales moving, the 2017 Leaf S receives the same 30-kWh lithium-ion battery as the SV and SL variants. This increases its range from 84 to 107 miles, a welcomed boost. Otherwise, the chassis, suspension, interior and exterior remain the same. But we're not complaining, since the five-seater hatchback is roomy and functional and, most importantly, easy to use. If you can wait, an all-new Leaf is destined to drop from the Nissan tree and address many of the concerns we've... (more)
Story
One battery was dead during highway traffic. It was a Sunday morning, I usually go to work in my car. But I forgot to charge my car yesterday, because I had a very large work load. I forgot connect it to my solar system. After that, my vehicle caused a traffic jam in the middle of the town.
Pros
Cabin is quiet and comfortable. Greater range than most other similar Evs. Spacious cargo volume.
Cons
Dated design compared to competitors. Acceleration is slow, even for an EV. Interior controls are fussy to use.

Nissan LEAF Pricing Analysis

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