Nissan Nissan Leaf Hatchback 110kW Tekna 40kWh 5dr Auto

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Trip computer
Speed sensitive power steering
Push button starter
Voice control system
Rear view camera
Lane departure warning system
Speed limiter
Nissan connect sat nav system
Telematics system
Intelligent Cruise control (ICC)
Rear cross traffic alert
Apple car play/Android Auto
Blind spot warning
Intelligent lane intervention
eCall emergency call system
Nissan connect EV 8" touch screen navigation and entertainment system
E Pedal
7" Combimeter
Blind spot intervention
8" touchscreen navigation and entertainment system
Nissan connect services with nav
EVSE charging cable
6.6kw charger
6.6 kw On-board charger
6.6 kW onboard charger
Steering wheel mounted audio/telephone controls
Bose Premium Audio system+7 speakers
USB port
Aux-in socket
Two rear USB sockets
Remote audio control
AM/FM/DAB audio system
Intelligent auto headlights
Rain sensor
Rear wiper
Black side pillars
Anti dazzle rear view mirror
Chrome door handles
Automatic dimming rear view mirror
Electric front/rear windows
Rear privacy glass
Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
Automatic rain sensing wipers
Door mirrors with turn signal and puddle lamps
LED rear lamps
Follow me home headlights
High beam assist
Body colour mirror caps
Electrically adjustable and folding door mirrors
Gloss black finish B pillar
Shark fin antenna
Intelligent Auto headlights with full LED Headlights, LED daytime running lights + Automatic levelling
LED third brake light
Metallic blue rear bumper accent
LED tail light signature
Illuminated charge port
LED signature daytime running lights
Body coloured door mirrors with integrated LED indicators
Integrated turn signals in mirrors
Rear side wing doors
Climate control
Leather steering wheel
Rear head restraints
Tilt adjustable steering wheel
Rear heater duct
Front head restraints
Leather/Alcantara upholstery
Front seatback pocket
PTC (Positive Temp Co-efficent) heater
Manual adjust driver/passenger seats
60/40 split folding rear seat
12V socket
Rear assist grips
Quick charge port
Heat pump system with remote control
Heat pump
3 seat bench in 2nd row
Leather D shaped steering wheel
Height adjustable driver seat
Part leather/Ultra suede upholstery
Isofix child seat anchor points
Automatic air conditioning with timer and heater
Front centre console and armrest
50kW Quick Charger Capacity
Rake and reach adjustable steering column
Leather/ultra suede upholstery
Single front passenger seat
Tech Pack - Leaf
Pro pilot Pack - Leaf
LED Pack - Leaf
Heat pack - LEAF
Driver and passenger airbags
Traction control
Height adjustable front seatbelts
Side airbags
3 point front seatbelts with pre-tensioners
VDC Dynamic Vehicle Control
Curtain airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Hill start assist
Front seatbelt pretensioners + load limiters
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Seatbelt reminder for driver and front passenger
Intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian recognition
Intelligent trace control
ABS with EBD and brake assist
Manual child proof rear door locks
Immobiliser
Remote central locking
Deadlock
Thatcham Category 1 alarm
Nissan i-key
17" alloy wheels
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1
Compression Ratio 2030
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 450
Gears 1
Transmission Automatic
Combined 168.00
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1
Badge Power 150.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 7.65
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 7.90
Engine BHP 150.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1580
Engine Torque 320.00
Top Speed 90
Front Tyres 215/50 R17
Rear Tyres 215/50 R17
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1540
Length 4490
Wheel Base 2700
Width 1788
Fuel Tank Size
Weight 2030
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1580
Towing Weight Unbraked
Number Of Seats 5

Will It Suit Me?

I'd never considered myself as the sort of person who would buy an all-electric car. The whole idea of plugging in every night to power your car has to me always seemed about as natural as shovelling coal into it. And the prospect of starting out every lengthier journey wondering whether enough charge was available to complete it has never particularly appealed. With the launch of Nissan's second generation LEAF though, I thought I'd give EV motoring another chance.

Practicalities

Buyers moving into electric vehicle ownership for the first time will also find the transition easier once they get behind the wheel of this LEAF. There's a high-set SUV-like driving position, but otherwise the feel seems at first glance very much as you'd get in any ordinary family hatch. Closer inspection though, reveals some unique LEAF cabin features; a stubby little auto gear lever and an instrument binnacle display that curiously mixes an analogue speedo with an accompanying customisable colour TFT display. Pretty much everything else you'll need to know is delivered by the centre-dash 7-inch 'NissanConnect EV7' monitor that nearly all variants get. It's not as sophisticated as the screens you get in rival EV models, but with smartphone-mirroring and navigation including a map showing local charge stations, it delivered most of what I needed to know. I wanted to know about charging - and you will too. A 7kWh 32 amp wallbox for your garage comes at no extra cost - which is just as well because charging from a domestic plug would take a yawning 21 hours. Using the wallbox, that figure reduces to just 7.5 hours. If you find a rapid charging point - they're at Nissan dealers and in motorway service areas - you'll be able to replenish your battery to within 80% of its charge in around 40 minutes. Nissan reckons the daily charging process will add no more than about £25 to your monthly electricity bill. Which doesn't seem much when you take into account the huge savings you'll be making on fuel.

Behind the Wheel

A light tap on the throttle delivers the kind of seamless pull-away demeanour you'd expect from this kind of car. But a sharp stab with the right foot fires the LEAF forward like a scalded cat. The 150PS power output you get from this MK2 model represents a 40% increase in motor power that comes with a 25% increase in torque. And an increase in battery capacity from 24 to 40kWh for standard models means that operating range is increased to an official (and actually reasonably realistic) ''Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Testing Procedure' figure of 168 miles - considerably more than direct competitors can offer. Either way, to even get an early three figure driving range, you're going to need to make copious use of the various driving aids Nissan provides. An 'Eco' mode restricts throttle travel; and there are two ways of harvesting regenerative energy that will slow down the battery's rate of power drain. As with the previous LEAF, the most obvious way of doing this is by selecting the provided 'B' ratio on the gearbox, which gleans regeneration energy from the powertrain. With this MK2 model, there's the extra option of using the standard 'e-Pedal' system, which in addition also gains regenerative energy from the friction brakes. With 'e-Pedal' activated, you'll hardly ever need to press the brake pedal - the car slows itself - which sounds strange but is something you adjust to pretty quickly.

Value For Money

The LEAF purchasing process is a whole lot simpler than it used to be. The previous first generation model was sold either complete - or with a battery that you had to take out a separate rental agreement for. Prior to plumping for either one route or the other, all kinds of elaborate calculations were needed based on likely future use. There's none of that now: this second generation LEAF wants to be seen as an ordinary alternative to any normal Focus-class family hatch, so it's only sold complete, just as one of those would be. At prices that range in the £23,000 to £29,000 bracket. I should point out that these are the subsidised figures that buyers pay after subtraction of the generous £4,500 government grant that still applies to all-electric cars. For reference, these days you only get a £2,500 grant towards a Plug-in hybrid - and nothing towards a conventional hybrid. Which helps explain why a LEAF can offer you much more technology than you'd get in something like a Prius hybrid; yet undercut that Toyota by almost £1,500. As before, LEAF buyers are limited to a single five-door body style, plus of course front wheel drive, along with the auto gearbox that all EV models have to have. Trim levels range from base 'Visia', to 'Acenta' and 'N-Connecta' all the way up to the top 'Tekna' variant I tried.

Could I Live With One?

The LEAF surprised me. Most likely buyers will probably be considering this as a second or maybe even a third vehicle for short-run use. I'll wager though, that once they get one in the driveway, they'll be using it for 80% of the time. I did.

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  • Excess mileage charges will apply if you go over the stated contract mileage
  • Vehicle damage charges may occur if the vehicle is returned outside BVRLA's Fair Wear and Tear guidelines
  • All rentals are subject to the necessary finance acceptance criteria
  • Prices shown are indicative and subject to change.
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  • Manufacturer's maintenance schedule must be observed and addiitional charges (to mileage) may apply for failure to maintain servicing and any non fair wear and tear damage to the vehicle

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Trip computer
Speed sensitive power steering
Push button starter
Voice control system
Rear view camera
Lane departure warning system
Speed limiter
Nissan connect sat nav system
Telematics system
Intelligent Cruise control (ICC)
Rear cross traffic alert
Apple car play/Android Auto
Blind spot warning
Intelligent lane intervention
eCall emergency call system
Nissan connect EV 8" touch screen navigation and entertainment system
E Pedal
7" Combimeter
Blind spot intervention
8" touchscreen navigation and entertainment system
Nissan connect services with nav
EVSE charging cable
6.6kw charger
6.6 kw On-board charger
6.6 kW onboard charger
Steering wheel mounted audio/telephone controls
Bose Premium Audio system+7 speakers
USB port
Aux-in socket
Two rear USB sockets
Remote audio control
AM/FM/DAB audio system
Intelligent auto headlights
Rain sensor
Rear wiper
Black side pillars
Anti dazzle rear view mirror
Chrome door handles
Automatic dimming rear view mirror
Electric front/rear windows
Rear privacy glass
Automatic activation of hazard warning lights
Automatic rain sensing wipers
Door mirrors with turn signal and puddle lamps
LED rear lamps
Follow me home headlights
High beam assist
Body colour mirror caps
Electrically adjustable and folding door mirrors
Gloss black finish B pillar
Shark fin antenna
Intelligent Auto headlights with full LED Headlights, LED daytime running lights + Automatic levelling
LED third brake light
Metallic blue rear bumper accent
LED tail light signature
Illuminated charge port
LED signature daytime running lights
Body coloured door mirrors with integrated LED indicators
Integrated turn signals in mirrors
Rear side wing doors
Climate control
Leather steering wheel
Rear head restraints
Tilt adjustable steering wheel
Rear heater duct
Front head restraints
Leather/Alcantara upholstery
Front seatback pocket
PTC (Positive Temp Co-efficent) heater
Manual adjust driver/passenger seats
60/40 split folding rear seat
12V socket
Rear assist grips
Quick charge port
Heat pump system with remote control
Heat pump
3 seat bench in 2nd row
Leather D shaped steering wheel
Height adjustable driver seat
Part leather/Ultra suede upholstery
Isofix child seat anchor points
Automatic air conditioning with timer and heater
Front centre console and armrest
50kW Quick Charger Capacity
Rake and reach adjustable steering column
Leather/ultra suede upholstery
Single front passenger seat
Tech Pack - Leaf
Pro pilot Pack - Leaf
LED Pack - Leaf
Heat pack - LEAF
Driver and passenger airbags
Traction control
Height adjustable front seatbelts
Side airbags
3 point front seatbelts with pre-tensioners
VDC Dynamic Vehicle Control
Curtain airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Hill start assist
Front seatbelt pretensioners + load limiters
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Seatbelt reminder for driver and front passenger
Intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian recognition
Intelligent trace control
ABS with EBD and brake assist
Manual child proof rear door locks
Immobiliser
Remote central locking
Deadlock
Thatcham Category 1 alarm
Nissan i-key
17" alloy wheels
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1
Compression Ratio 2030
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 450
Gears 1
Transmission Automatic
Combined 168.00
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1
Badge Power 150.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 7.65
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 7.90
Engine BHP 150.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1580
Engine Torque 320.00
Top Speed 90
Front Tyres 215/50 R17
Rear Tyres 215/50 R17
Spare Tyre TYRE REPAIR KIT
Height 1540
Length 4490
Wheel Base 2700
Width 1788
Fuel Tank Size
Weight 2030
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1580
Towing Weight Unbraked
Number Of Seats 5

Will It Suit Me?

I'd never considered myself as the sort of person who would buy an all-electric car. The whole idea of plugging in every night to power your car has to me always seemed about as natural as shovelling coal into it. And the prospect of starting out every lengthier journey wondering whether enough charge was available to complete it has never particularly appealed. With the launch of Nissan's second generation LEAF though, I thought I'd give EV motoring another chance.

Practicalities

Buyers moving into electric vehicle ownership for the first time will also find the transition easier once they get behind the wheel of this LEAF. There's a high-set SUV-like driving position, but otherwise the feel seems at first glance very much as you'd get in any ordinary family hatch. Closer inspection though, reveals some unique LEAF cabin features; a stubby little auto gear lever and an instrument binnacle display that curiously mixes an analogue speedo with an accompanying customisable colour TFT display. Pretty much everything else you'll need to know is delivered by the centre-dash 7-inch 'NissanConnect EV7' monitor that nearly all variants get. It's not as sophisticated as the screens you get in rival EV models, but with smartphone-mirroring and navigation including a map showing local charge stations, it delivered most of what I needed to know. I wanted to know about charging - and you will too. A 7kWh 32 amp wallbox for your garage comes at no extra cost - which is just as well because charging from a domestic plug would take a yawning 21 hours. Using the wallbox, that figure reduces to just 7.5 hours. If you find a rapid charging point - they're at Nissan dealers and in motorway service areas - you'll be able to replenish your battery to within 80% of its charge in around 40 minutes. Nissan reckons the daily charging process will add no more than about £25 to your monthly electricity bill. Which doesn't seem much when you take into account the huge savings you'll be making on fuel.

Behind the Wheel

A light tap on the throttle delivers the kind of seamless pull-away demeanour you'd expect from this kind of car. But a sharp stab with the right foot fires the LEAF forward like a scalded cat. The 150PS power output you get from this MK2 model represents a 40% increase in motor power that comes with a 25% increase in torque. And an increase in battery capacity from 24 to 40kWh for standard models means that operating range is increased to an official (and actually reasonably realistic) ''Worldwide harmonised Light vehicle Testing Procedure' figure of 168 miles - considerably more than direct competitors can offer. Either way, to even get an early three figure driving range, you're going to need to make copious use of the various driving aids Nissan provides. An 'Eco' mode restricts throttle travel; and there are two ways of harvesting regenerative energy that will slow down the battery's rate of power drain. As with the previous LEAF, the most obvious way of doing this is by selecting the provided 'B' ratio on the gearbox, which gleans regeneration energy from the powertrain. With this MK2 model, there's the extra option of using the standard 'e-Pedal' system, which in addition also gains regenerative energy from the friction brakes. With 'e-Pedal' activated, you'll hardly ever need to press the brake pedal - the car slows itself - which sounds strange but is something you adjust to pretty quickly.

Value For Money

The LEAF purchasing process is a whole lot simpler than it used to be. The previous first generation model was sold either complete - or with a battery that you had to take out a separate rental agreement for. Prior to plumping for either one route or the other, all kinds of elaborate calculations were needed based on likely future use. There's none of that now: this second generation LEAF wants to be seen as an ordinary alternative to any normal Focus-class family hatch, so it's only sold complete, just as one of those would be. At prices that range in the £23,000 to £29,000 bracket. I should point out that these are the subsidised figures that buyers pay after subtraction of the generous £4,500 government grant that still applies to all-electric cars. For reference, these days you only get a £2,500 grant towards a Plug-in hybrid - and nothing towards a conventional hybrid. Which helps explain why a LEAF can offer you much more technology than you'd get in something like a Prius hybrid; yet undercut that Toyota by almost £1,500. As before, LEAF buyers are limited to a single five-door body style, plus of course front wheel drive, along with the auto gearbox that all EV models have to have. Trim levels range from base 'Visia', to 'Acenta' and 'N-Connecta' all the way up to the top 'Tekna' variant I tried.

Could I Live With One?

The LEAF surprised me. Most likely buyers will probably be considering this as a second or maybe even a third vehicle for short-run use. I'll wager though, that once they get one in the driveway, they'll be using it for 80% of the time. I did.

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