Nissan Leaf e+ Reviews | Overview

Rodolfo Schellin

IT WAS almost ten many years back – June 2012 – that Nissan initially introduced its Leaf all-electric hatchback on Australian shores, kicking off the area EV journey for the Japanese car-maker.


Now in its 2nd generation, the Leaf range has expanded to two variants this thirty day period with the arrival of the e+ – a much more high priced variation that packs a larger and much more strong battery, increasing the two driving range and electric power outputs.


With very poor charging infrastructure and range nervousness nonetheless issues for Australian EV customers, does the Leaf e+ have what it normally takes to assist boost product sales of Nissan’s zero-emissions tiny hatch?

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