Tag: 2018 Nissan LEAF
Can the Nissan LEAF even contend against the eager Ford Fiesta ST? The all-electric car is not the racing type, but it does offer instant acceleration.
Who better than a Nissan LEAF taxi driver to give us a solid idea of the car's winter range and how it performs with winter tires?
Based on a few days behind the wheel of the Model 3, we believe that Tesla sets the gold standard for EV braking feel.
Upon the arrival of the 2018 Nissan LEAF, many reports surfaced related to its charging speed when hot. It seems Nissan has solved the problem.
The 2018 Nissan LEAF is a step up from the previous pioneering version, but these reviewers still find some issues that need to be addressed.
Watch as James judges the amount of battery degradation his Nissan electric hatchback has experienced over its eight-month life.
There seem to be some discrepancies related to whether or not this Nissan LEAF ad is misleading, but the automaker is reacting to customers positively.
The Tesla Model 3 has lead the company to amazing growth over 2017 deliveries. But U.S. plug-in sales continue to grow as well - with and without Tesla.
While connected car services aren't perfect yet, this Nissan LEAF works pretty well with Amazon Alexa, and it's only the beginning.
CNET is four months and over 4,000 miles into a long-term affair with a 2018 Nissan LEAF. And the crew is impressed by the rather interesting E-Pedal.
You're looking for a reasonably priced, green car? Is the 2018 Nissan LEAF or Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid the better bang for your buck?
This 2018 Nissan LEAF owner has gone a whole five months without a home charger. Let's take a look at his story.
We get a peek inside the latest and greatest Nissan LEAF battery and see what differentiates it from the 30 kWh pack that came before.
A quick check LEAF offers in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, and New York City turns up a $219/mo lease and $2,000 NMAC cash offer for qualified buyers. Offers...
Autotrader says the redesigned 2018 Nissan LEAF is a great place to start if you're looking to go green and save big. Here's why ...
Electric vehicles can now go much farther than they used to, so maybe now is a good time to discuss exactly how much is enough.