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2018 Nissan Leaf First Drive

America’s most popular EV has just received it’s first redesign featuring a more mainstream look, a bump to 150 miles of range and more standard equipment. For 2019 Nissan has announced the Leaf will get another range bump with thanks to a bigger battery for “over 200 miles” of EV range to compete directly with Chevy’s Bolt. In the mean time the Leaf slots right between the “average” EV in America and the Bolt in terms of overall range with one of the lower price tags on a modern EV.

0-30: Not tested

0-60: 7.7 Seconds

1/4 Mile: Not Tested

60-0 Braking: 130 Feet

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