Switch to the electric side of driving with the new Nissan LEAF, which qualifies for the maximum £4,500 plug-in car grant and emits ZERO emissions. The LEAF is a 100% electric family car, offering the practicality of a hatchback with the latest technologies, to deliver up to 155 miles of real-world range. You can charge the LEAF at home with a mains socket and charging takes as little as four hours with the 6.6Kw on-board charger. You will also fall in love with the way the Nissan LEAF drives. There's no gearbox - just seamless acceleration, and with maximum torque available from 0 rpm, the LEAF is deceptively nippy. Choose from two power outputs, 24kWh and 30kWh, and from three trim levels to build your perfect car, but whichever model you go for, we are confident that you will love the Nissan LEAF.
The Nissan LEAF looks like no other car on the road. With its angled front end, chunky rear and funky roofline, the LEAF certainly stands out for all the right reasons and it turns heads everywhere it goes.
You have a choice of 24kWh or 30kWh battery packs in the LEAF; the larger battery pack boasts improved range over the lesser battery pack, however it does cost a little bit more.
Up to 155-miles of range
Equipped with a 30kWh battery pack, the Nissan LEAF offers up to 155-miles of range from a single charge. And equipped with the 24kWh battery pack, the LEAF offers up to 124-miles of range from a single charge.
Fill up by plugging in
The Nissan LEAF is 100% electric - so say goodbye to fuel stations. You fill up by plugging your car into a mains socket at home, or a DC charger when out, and charging takes as little as four hours from start to finish.