With an extended range courtesy of a more formidable, more energy-dense battery pack, the 2021 Nissan Leaf e+ is going to make a lot more sense for a lot more Australian buyers – especially one-car families. Forty per cent more sense, in fact, in terms of range.
The benefits of owning an EV are easy to understand, but when you live in a nation that is still well behind others when it comes to infrastructure and incentives, what is it really like to be an EV owner? Let's find out. NOTE: Filmed in Melbourne before lockdown was announced. ...
The latest electric vehicle to join CarAdvice's long-term test program is the new-generation Nissan Leaf. Based in our Sydney office, the Leaf will be driven around the inner 'burbs and on some long commutes out to The Blue Mountains. How will it hack the daily drive? That's what we aim to find out.
The second-generation Nissan Leaf electric car has a longer range and more tech. But questions remain over how much it will cost in Australia, and whether buyers in our market are finally ready to get behind the EV revolution.
The all-new 2018 Nissan Leaf electric hatch has been revealed in Japan today, at a giant tech-centric gala event inside the old Tokyo motor show venue. See the full article here.
http://www.caradvice.com.au/327127/?yt_desc - Read the article here. Dan and Tegan put five classes of electric vehicles to the test - ranging from compact city cars, to the new BMW i8 sports car.