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2018 Nissan LEAF SL
7,352 Miles | Online Only
$22,950
est. $413/mo

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2015 Nissan LEAF SV
57,656 Miles | Arlington, TX
$11,990
est. $216/mo

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2016 Nissan LEAF SV
4,827 Miles | Cerritos, CA
$17,999
est. $324/mo

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2020 Nissan LEAF SV
7,701 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$23,997
est. $432/mo

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2021 Nissan LEAF SV
1,574 Miles | Arlington, TX
$28,990
est. $521/mo

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2020 Nissan LEAF SV PLUS
15,248 Miles | Scottsdale, AZ
$30,777
est. $553/mo

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2019 Nissan LEAF SL
5,635 Miles | Duluth, GA
$27,053
est. $486/mo

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2019 Nissan LEAF SL PLUS
48,112 Miles | Greensboro, NC
$28,998
est. $521/mo

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2016 Nissan LEAF SV
85,205 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$12,950
est. $233/mo

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2018 Nissan LEAF SL
19,630 Miles | Online Only
$21,950
est. $395/mo

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2018 Nissan LEAF SV
7,266 Miles | Auburn, WA
$22,950
est. $413/mo

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2018 Nissan LEAF SL
35,122 Miles | Pittsburgh, PA
$20,943
est. $377/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF SL
44,160 Miles | Salem, OR
$12,990
est. $234/mo

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2011 Nissan LEAF SL
70,109 Miles | Salem, OR
$5,360
est. $96/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF S
20,754 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$13,500
est. $243/mo

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2017 Nissan LEAF SV
51,422 Miles | West Valley City, UT
$13,350
est. $240/mo

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2020 Nissan LEAF SV
10,000 Miles | Salt Lake City, UT
$26,686
est. $480/mo

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2018 Nissan LEAF SV
53,041 Miles | Salt Lake City, UT
$20,650
est. $371/mo

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2019 Nissan LEAF SV
17,159 Miles | Avondale, AZ
$22,700
est. $408/mo

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2014 Nissan LEAF S
51,774 Miles | Honolulu, HI
$7,777
est. $140/mo

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Nissan LEAF Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Nissan LEAF - Worth going electric

DeePax
Sammamish, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
This is the second Leaf I have purchased. It takes some getting used to driving an electric car but once you do its hard to imagine going back. I rely solely on the charger that came with my car even though you can purchase a faster charger. It has a lot of techie extras which I didn't think I would need but I actually love. Bluetooth, keyless entry, GPS. Driving the car doesn't feel like an electric car and I have been in gas cars with less pick up. Going uphill there is plenty of power but it does use quite a bit of the charge. I live up a hill which has caused problems since its the end of my drive and if I'm running close to running out the hill makes it unpredictable and that makes me nervous. The other thing to be aware is that you use quite a bit more power when the heater is ru... (more)
Story
When I first go the car I would get stopped all the time to talk about it and whenever anyone new gets in it they always comment on the quiet.
Pros
The keyless entry in awesome and the seat warmers in front and back are loved by all. I also love how it feels to drive and its so quiet too.
Cons
Running low on charge is very stressful. There are no road trips in this car.

2015 Nissan LEAF -

LEAF owner
New York, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
Its an amazing city car because it thrives in the city. It is quiet, efficient, and fast when I need it. Long trips are not a problem as long as there are charging stations nearby. The car lives up to its mileage claims. The car charges just fine on a 110v outlet. I know I can leave the car charged overnight and I know it will be ready to go when I wake up in the morning. I think the noise that it makes when backing up is a bit silly and annoying, but I think I can give it a pass for safety reasons. I think it is an excellent, no frills car that gets me from A to B and only costs me the electricity that it takes to charge it. No longer do I have to wait at gas station and pay outrageous prices for fuel!
Story
I had someone who I did not know come up and ask me what kind of car that I had because the person looked like they had never seen the Nissan Leaf before. I thought it was funny and memorable.
Pros
Quiet at speed Composed handling Roomy cabin Hands-free text messaging Standard B-Mode drive mode
Cons
Limited highway passing power Base model’s long charge time The sound it makes when one backs up can be annoying.

2015 Nissan LEAF - Good concept but limited

Jcw
Dallas, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I bought this car almost two years ago and love that I have not had to have it serviced. We have put around 18,000 miles and have had no problems.
Story
We took a trip from Dallas to Downtown Fort Worth and had an easy time finding a charger and then walked to some amazing parks. The best part is that we made it home!
Pros
The car is very reliable and is fast for being an electric car. I love that there is no service necessary and has limited costs to keep up. The trunk is very roomie and the front seats have a ton of leg room. The dealership also ran some good financing options and the 7,500 tax credit sure helped us pay off the car early. Nissan also runs a no charge to charge program that lets you use most public chargers for free for the first year. The back up camera is included on the lowest models and they also have heated seats and a good sound system.
Cons
The car says that you will be able to go about 100 miles on a full charge and that is not very accurate. In fact you will probably only get to go about 75 miles and that is pushing it. Also, if you get down to where the car tells you that you only have 15 miles left it automatically slows down your speed and flashes a bunch of lights at you which can be scary. You also will need to not use the radio and air conditioning if you want to make it 75 miles. All in all this doesn't make the car practical for your primary car but it could work if you have a short commute to work and don't travel ... (more)

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