Presenting the 100% electric Nissan LEAF: with over 65,000 sold globally, LEAF is the world’s best selling electric vehicle.
Watch the videos below and find out more about LEAF. Nissan is once again transforming the performance of electric vehicles.
Plan your journey in advance according to your current battery charge and the existing charging stations on your route through any internet connected device.
Plan ahead using Google™ Send-To-Car by saving your destination from Google Maps directly to your car.
Use the power of Google search in your LEAF to locate points of interest.
Get the best out of your Nissan LEAF by connecting to CARWINGS.
Charge you Nissan LEAF with ease, thanks to a variety of convenient, easy and safe charging options. You just have to plug!
Optimise your LEAF's range with these handy driving tools.
Save yourself a trip to the garage. Carwings allows LEAF owners to control the battery charge and air conditioning when connected to a charging station.
No oil, no petrol tank, no gearbox, no exhaust pipe, and with over
100 improvements the Nissan LEAF offers a completely unique driving
experience. From a standing start, 254Nm of torque is instantly
delivered , and being almost silent, it has smooth powerful acceleration
with a top speed of over 90mph all without producing any emissions1.
The best gets better with the now British built LEAF with a range increase from 109 to 124 miles and with the addition of a 3-grade line-up: Visia, Acenta and the top-of-the-range Tekna. We have also introduced an optional upgraded on-board charger meaning that LEAF can now fully charge from empty in around 4 hours*. The introduction of LEAF Flex, where the battery is leased in a separate agreement to the LEAF, means that our best-selling EV is even more accessible.
has its advantages, and not only for the planet. Thanks to zero
emissions, LEAF owners are exempt from road tax (VED), company car tax
and congestion charge if you are traveling into London – from 1st July
2013 only plug-in cars are eligible for zero London Congestion Charge.
What’s more, the Nissan LEAF’s running costs are a fraction of a
conventional car’s. Charging it at home at night (when electricity rates
are lowest) means it costs from less than 2p per mile to run2. Click
here to discover how much you can save with Nissan LEAF.
many electric vehicles, the LEAF was designed from the battery up, with
every part styled to increase range, reduce road and wind noise. The
laminated lithium-ion batteries are found along the floor of the
vehicle, resulting in a low centre of gravity, and 50/50 weight
distribution delivers incredible handling. It also means a spacious
cabin with room for five adults and a large boot. There’s no compromise
on safety either, with LEAF the first electric vehicle to be awarded a
five-star NCAP safety rating making it one of the safest vehicles on the
road in Europe today.
The Nissan LEAF comes with some clever
technology, and this includes its unique intelligent satellite
navigation system powered by CARWINGS, available from Acenta grade. LEAF
allows you to see how far you can travel on the remaining charge, find
charging stations at your location or destination, and even remotely
turn on your climate control via your smartphone or PC.
This is the next chapter of the LEAF story. Find out more about the incredible 100% electric Nissan LEAF by selecting ‘EV specialist’ from the ‘Tools and Services’ menu above. Alternatively, contact your local Electric Vehicle Specialist.
Please note: new or used Nissan LEAFs can only be purchased from Electric Vehicle Specialist dealers.
1. Nissan’s recommended method of home charging is via an approved Home Charging Unit, which provides the quickest, most convenient and reassuring way to charge at home. Nissan suggests that you do not charge your LEAF using a domestic 3-pin socket without first having an electrical inspection, which is offered free of charge. Nissan LEAF customers are entitled to one free electrical inspection at their chosen location. Ask your nearest Nissan LEAF dealer for further details.
2. Nighttime (Econ 7) charging at 16A for 8 hours (for LEAFs with standard 3.3kW on-board charger) £2.03 per chargeBased on British Gas Clear & Simple Economy 7 unit rates for a customer paying by direct debit as at 2nd April 2013, assuming 7 hours of charging at the night rate and one hour on daytime rate, 95% charging efficiency. A daily standing charge of 15.979p also applies
Nighttime (Econ 7) charging at 32A for 4 hours (for LEAFs with upgraded 6.6kW on-board charger) £1.69 per chargeBased on British Gas Clear & Simple Economy 7 unit rates for a customer paying by direct debit as at 2nd April 2013, assuming 4 hours of charging at the night rate, 95% charging efficiency. A daily standing charge of 15.979p also applies