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Mechanical Features

  • 80kW AC synchronous electric motor -inc: normal & eco drive modes
  • Push-button start
  • 24 kWh lithium-ion battery
  • 3.3 kW output onboard charger
  • 220V charge port w/light & lock
  • Single speed gearbox
  • Front wheel drive
  • Battery heater
  • Independent MacPherson strut front suspension -inc: coil springs
  • Torsion beam rear suspension -inc: coil springs
  • Front/rear stabilizer bar
  • Vehicle speed-sensitive electric pwr steering
  • Pwr vented disc brakes
  • Regenerative braking system
  • Portable 110V trickle charge cable
  • Tire repair kit

Exterior Features

  • 16" steel wheels w/full wheel covers
  • P205/55R16 all-season tires
  • Rear spoiler
  • Body-colored front/rear bumpers
  • Aerodynamic under body cover
  • Rear diffuser
  • Tow hooks -inc: (1) front/(1) rear (2012)
  • Body-colored remote controlled heated pwr exterior mirrors
  • UV reducing glass (2012)
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Intermittent rear window wiper w/washer
  • Chrome exterior door handles

Entertainment Features

  • AM/FM stereo w/CD player & MP3/WMA playback -inc: 4.3" LCD color display, aux input, USB input, iPod input, (4) speakers
  • SiriusXM satellite radio
  • Bluetooth hands-free phone system
  • Fixed roof antenna

Interior Features

  • Heated front bucket seats -inc: 6-way manual driver, 4-way manual front passenger
  • 60/40 fold-down heated rear bench seat
  • Cloth seat trim
  • Center console storage
  • Dual front cupholders in front center console
  • Dual front/rear bottle holders in door panels
  • 3-spoke leather-wrapped heated tilt steering wheel
  • Steering wheel mounted audio & Bluetooth controls
  • Digital meter cluster
  • Trip computer -inc: instant/average energy consumption, drive time, outside temp, autonomy range
  • Palm-shift drive selector
  • Pwr door locks w/auto-lock
  • Pwr windows w/driver one-touch auto up/down
  • Intelligent Key system
  • Remote charge door release
  • Immobilizer system
  • Vehicle security system
  • Automatic temp control
  • Rear HVAC duct
  • Rear window defroster w/timer
  • 12V pwr outlet
  • Chrome interior door handles (2012)
  • Front map lamps
  • Front visor vanity mirrors w/extensions
  • Sunglass holder
  • (3) front/rear assist grips
  • Carpeted floor & cargo area

Safety Features

  • 4-wheel anti-lock brake system (ABS)
  • Electronic brake force distribution w/brake assist
  • Hill start assist (HSA)
  • Vehicle dynamic control (VDC)
  • Traction control system (TCS)
  • Shift interlock (2012)
  • Steel side-door impact beams
  • Zone body construction w/front & rear crumple zones
  • Dual-stage front airbags w/occupant classification system
  • Front side-impact airbags
  • Front/rear side curtain airbags
  • Nissan Connection telematics -inc: (36) month complimentary roadside assistance, CARWINGS remote connection to monitor battery state of charge/charging status, start charging event, turn on HVAC system
  • 3-point ELR driver seat belt w/pretensioner & load limiter
  • 3-point ELR/ALR front passenger seat belt w/pretensioner & load limiter
  • 3-point ELR/ALR rear seat belts at all positions
  • Adjustable front seat belt upper anchors
  • Child safety rear door locks
  • Rear child seat tether anchors (LATCH)
  • Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) w/easy fill tire alert
  • Energy absorbing steering column

2013 Nissan LEAF Owner Reviews

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Leaf is so very sweet to drive.

2013 Nissan LEAF S

I truly enjoy driving my Leaf. It's quiet, it's quick, and I feel better reducing how much pollution I put into the air. I do realize that there are concerns about how the dead batteries are handled, but I am reading a lot about how they are recycling them and taking better care. My Leaf has the 24KwH battery so the range isn't as far as the others, but this vehicle is truly meant for around town driving, and when we bought it I was commuting 40 miles a day. When I got home I'd plug her in and unplug in the morning and off we went again. There are many charging stations around, so you set up a couple of accounts and use apps on your phone to get the chargers to communicate with your car and charge your credit card appropriately. Highly suggest you plan your route if you're going to go further than a charge will take you, taking into consideration speed, temperature, elevation. It's a new language you have to learn. But the car is roomy and the trunk is quite large, too!

- Laura L

Low maintenance, easy driving.

2013 Nissan LEAF S

For running around locally, this car has been the best. Purchased when I acquired a job that had a 40 mile round trip commute and the gas costs of our regular car were too expensive. This car has virtually no maintenance. Lots of cabin room, heated seats and steering wheel (even the back seats are heated!) which reduces your need to run the cabin heater, using up battery. Costs involve charging (we trickle charge on the home electric outlet) and new tires. No need for oil changes or radiator flushes. You can download several apps to guide you to fast chargers around your area should you need them.

- Laura L

Great little electric car

2013 Nissan LEAF S

This car has been wonderful. It's all electric, gets about 80-90 miles per charge, so no long trips unfortunately. But it's great for city driving, small but with 4 doors. Back seat is roomy, as is the hatchback trunk. Also has a nice touch screen for maps and playing music. I would definitely buy another leaf in the future.

- Jen R

This Nissan Leaf is a pretty good car.

2013 Nissan LEAF S

This Nissan Leaf vehicle is great. It has comfortable seats, it's easy to find charging stations, and it has pretty good range. Would recommend for distances shorter than 300 miles both ways. It performs well, I would say that the Nissan Leaf is a pretty good vehicle overall.

- Tommy C

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