Nissan has unveiled the much-anticipated 2019 Leaf e+, adding a bigger battery to the best-selling electric car and thus kicking range past the 200 mile mark. Announced at CES 2019 this week, the new Leaf e+ will be released in the US and Canada as the 2019 Leaf Plus, and deliver roughly 40-percent more range than the regular model.
That makes a significant difference. Although the final EPA range is yet to be confirmed, Nissan says it expects the 2019 Leaf Plus to run up to 226 miles on a single charge. In contrast, the current leaf is rated for 151 miles.
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