2020 Nissan Leaf e+
$A64990+ (estimated base price)
Available: Q1, 2021
Nissan will introduce the longer range Leaf e+ to Australia in early 2021. With a real world driving range of 364km the Leaf e+ has an energy consumption of 19.3 kWh / 100 km. It also offers more power output than the 40kWh Leaf at 160kW.
|EV Type||BEV||Charging Plugs (AC)||Type 2|
|BEV Range (km)||385||Charging Plugs (DC)||CHAdeMO|
|Real World Range (km)||364||Max Charge Rate (kW, AC/DC)||7/50|
|Battery Size (kWh)||62||Tow Rating (kg)
|Max. Power (kW)||160||Max. Torque (Nm)||340|
Reviews & Road Trips
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