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Nissan LEAF e+ scores maximum five-star rating in Green NCAP

Established to promote the development of cars that are clean, energy-efficient and kind to the environment, the industry-leading Green NCAP initiative awarded the LEAF e+ a string of exceptional scores across its three testing parameters, reinforcing the model’s extensive sustainability credentials.

Underscoring the intelligent design of the fully electric 62kWh powertrain, the LEAF e+ secured 9.9/10 for its impressive energy efficiency performance, with Green NCAP highlighting its innovative e-Pedal with regenerative energy technology.

Marco Fioravanti, Region Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan AMIEO, said: “Since the model’s launch as the first mass-market electric vehicle in 2010, the Nissan LEAF has made sustainable, zero-emission mobility an attainable reality for hundreds of thousands of customers around the world.”

Dave Moss, Region Senior Vice President, Research & Development, Nissan AMIEO, added: “The maximum five-star rating for the LEAF e+ awarded by Green NCAP is a powerful testament to the quality of the product, and the extensive expertise that Nissan has gained throughout a pioneering decade of innovation in electrification.

Maximising efficiency

“I want to thank the whole Research & Development team who made this achievement possible.”

As the culmination of 10 years of development for the LEAF, the LEAF e+ offers customers a comprehensive blend of efficient electric power and intelligent driver assistance technologies.

The model’s 62kWh powertrain yields up to 385km of range under the WLTP combined cycle, while the innovative e-Pedal allows drivers to accelerate, decelerate and stop using one pedal – maximising efficiency on the move.

Customers can enhance energy efficiency further with the model’s B Mode and ECO Mode functionalities, combining to maximise regenerative braking, optimise power output and conserve energy – providing confidence and reassurance on longer journeys.

 

You can test drive the Nissan LEAF here at the dealership, or when your next in for your service ask for a Nissan LEAf as your Loan car.

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