Our guide to Nissan’s electric car covers which trim level to choose, which option boxes to tick and how much you should pay for it all
The Nissan Leaf is a bit of a marvel. First launched in 2011, it showed buyers that electric motoring had finally come of age, and the current model was even named as our Electric Car of the Year at the most recent What Car? Awards.
It’s capable of travelling for around 108 miles in real-world conditions, which means you can travel further than one of its key rivals, the Volkswagen e-Golf between charges, but not as far as the Renault Zoe.
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