The Nissan LEAF can be outfitted with two different electric motors, each offering different driving ranges.
|110kW AC Synchronous
|160kW AC Synchronous
While both engine configurations will grant a smooth acceleration and easy handling, you can achieve a greater driving range with the 110kW motor. In fact, you can achieve an EPA-estimated 123 city MPGe/99 highway MPGe rating with that engine.1
Do you love paddle boarding at the lake or fishing with your coworkers? Does your ideal vacation include a log cabin surrounded by a sea of trees? Looks like you’ll need lots of space for your gear. Luckily, the 2021 Nissan LEAF offers 30 cubic feet of cargo space—you'll have plenty of space for any kayak oars or fishing poles in the cabin!
Even when you have a full house, this vehicle can store 23.6 cubic feet of cargo space in its trunk. That’s plenty of room for your farmer’s market haul and any additional equipment you need during your trip to the great outdoors.
If you’re ready to continue shortening your carbon footprint, you can do so in the 2021 Nissan LEAF. Stop by San Leandro Nissan near San Leandro, Oakland, and Alameda, California, today to set up a test drive.
1. 2021 EPA range of up to 149 miles for LEAF S, SV; up to 226 miles for LEAF S PLUS; up to 215 miles for LEAF SV PLUS, SL PLUS. 2021 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates 123 City MPGe / 99 Highway MPGe / 111 Combined MPGe for LEAF S and SV; 118 City MPGe / 97 Highway MPGe / 108 Combined MPGe for LEAF S Plus; 114 City MPGe / 94 Highway MPGe / 104 Combined MPGe for LEAF SV Plus and SL Plus. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy. Actual range will vary with trim levels, options, and driving conditions; see Customer Disclosure Form for details.