Here's the first range test of the 2018 Nissan LEAF by Bjørn Nyland.
It reveals range of around 245 km (152 mi) and an average energy consumption of 137 Wh/km (221 Wh/mi).
Overall, that's what we'd expect to see during the summer, while during the winter or in high-speed driving range is expected to be closer to 200 km (125 miles).
- start at 77% state of charge and use of 63% to estimate range for 100%
- average speed using ProPilot cruise control 80 km/h (50 mph)
- Eco mode on, e-Pedal off
- 17°C and windy
- average energy consumption - 137 Wh/km (221 Wh/mi)
- estimated range for full battery 245 km (152 mi)