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NISSAN LEAF

The Nissan LEAF is short for “leading environmentally-friendly affordable family” vehicle. Introduced as early as December 2010 in its home market Japan and the key USA market. The LEAF is the all-time best-selling EV, with over 220,000 registration up to Q1 2016. The vehicle is available in 2 versions, defined by a 30kWh and 24kWh battery capacity. The LEAF scooped in various awards over its life, including “World Car of the Year” in 2012. At its launch, a battery pack was around $18,000 and in 2015 the cost decreased significantly to around $5,500. Only 0.01% of batteries have failed by 2015.

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NISSAN LEAF SPECS

NISSAN LEAF EV 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Battery Chemistry Battery Capacity kWh 24 30 Battery Nominal rating kWh 21.3 Voltage V Amps Ah Cells 192 Modules 48 Battery Weight kg 218 Cooling Air Cycles Depth of Discharge (DOD) Energy Density Wh/kg Battery Manufacturer JV Nissan / NEC Battery Warranty - years 8 Battery Warranty - miles 100000 Battery Electric Range - NEDC Mi Battery Electric Range - NEDC km Battery Electric Range - EPA Mi 75 84.0 107 Battery Electric Range - EPA km 120 134 171 Electric Top Speed - mph 93 Electric Top Speed - km/h 149 Acceleration 0 - 60mph sec 9.9 Onboard Charger 3.6 Charger Output 3.3 LV 1 Charge kW LV 1 Charge Time (Hours) LV 2 Charge kW LV 2 Charge Time (Hours) LV 3 CCS/Combo kW 44 LV 3 Charge Time (min to 80%) Charge Connector SAE J1772 MPGe Combined - miles 99 115 114 112 MPGe Combined - km MPGe City - miles MPGe City - km MPGe Highway - miles MPGe Highway - km Max Power - hp 120 Max Power - kW 90 Max Torque - lb.ft 210 Max Torque - N.m 280 Drivetrain AC electric Electric Motor Rear Electric Motor Front Electric Motor Output kW 80 Transmission Energy Consumption kWh/100km 21.2 18.6 18.7 19.1 MSRP before incentives $29,010.00 $34,200.00 Vehicle Doors Seating Dimensions GVWR (kg) Curb Weight (kg) Payload Capacity (lbs) Towing Capacity (lbs) Wheelbase (mm) Ground Clearance (mm) Lenght (mm) Width (mm) Height (mm) Other Market Class Expected relaunch Safety Level Trims S / SL / SV

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NISSAN LEAF IN THE NEWS

2017 Week 9 - Honda Clarity no match for the Nissan Leaf

Honda is setting itself up for failure with this week’s announcement that the much anticipated mid-sized 2018 Honda Clarity EV will only have an 80-mile range. Despite being a mid-size sedan, with the obvious space benefit it brings, the car will not even compete with smaller compact sedans and hatchbacks, such as the 2017 BMW i3 (114 miles), Nissan Leaf (107 miles) and the VW e-Golf (125 miles). The Honda Clarity EV’s direct competitors in the $30,000 to $35,000 price range, the Hyundai Ionic (124miles) and Tesla Model 3 (200 miles), will put it to shame.

2016 Week 41 - Bumper Year for EV Sales forecasted

1. With the 2016 calendar year quickly coming to and end, it seems from various analysis and reports released this week that it would be a bumper year for electric vehicles. CNBC reported that sales of electric vehicles in Europe would top 500,000 units on the road by the end of the year. Citing a report from non-governmental organization Transport & Environment (T&E) Europe, the second largest market for electric vehicles after China will see an addition of well over 200,000 EV’s sold for the year, a significant improvement on the 145,000 sold in 2015. The Guardian reported that the international electric vehicle stock would be more than 2.1M units by the end if 2016, with the Nissan LeafTesla Model S and BYD’s Tang and Qin being the most popular. Although the EV stock is still only around 1% of total vehicles on the road, it’s now growing 10X faster than traditional combustion vehicles despite low oil prices.

TOOLS TO COMPARE ELECTRIC VEHICLES

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EV SELECT

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Not sure which model EV to choose?

wattEV2Buy’s easy to use EV Select tool helps identify which electric vehicle is perfect for your specific requirements. EV Select compare electric vehicles battery electric range over various vehicle types. Within four clicks you can get the perfect luxury sedan able to drive your required distance on battery power.

EV CHARGING COST

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Unsure what the charging cost will be?

wattEV2Buy’s easy to use Charging Cost Calculator compare electric vehicles charging cost in your state and relate it to equivalent gasoline cost. The charging cost calculator also allows you to be specific and customize your electricity cost in kWh and provide results in miles and kilometers, making it usable all over the world.

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