Nissan EV lineup

Nissan’s EV lineup is expanding rapidly, with new models being added all the time. The latest addition to the family is the all-new Nissan Leaf, which offers an impressive range of up to 151 miles on a single charge.

Other members of the Nissan EV lineup include the e-NV200 van, which is perfect for businesses looking to go green, and the stylish e-REx SUV.

So whether you’re looking for a family car or a commercial vehicle, Nissan has an EV to suit your needs. And with more models on the way, the future looks bright for Nissan’s electric vehicles.

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Nissan EV plans

Nissan has big plans for electric vehicles, and it’s not afraid to show them off. The Japanese automaker recently released a slew of patents that provide a glimpse into its EV strategy.

The patents, filed in the US and Japan, show Nissan is working on a number of different technologies to make EVs more efficient, including solid-state batteries, wireless charging, and “intelligent” tires that can adjust their own pressure.

Nissan is clearly betting big on EVs, and it’s not the only one. Major automakers like Toyota, Volkswagen, and BMW are all making significant investments in electric vehicles. The race to build the best EV is well and truly underway. Nissan’s patents give us a look at how it plans to compete.

Nissan connect EV

Nissan connect EV is an app that Nissan developed to make it easier for drivers to control and monitor their electric vehicles. The app allows you to do things like check your battery level, find nearby charging stations, and track your driving habits. Nissan connect EV is available for both iOS and Android devices.

Nissan EV car price

Nissan’s all-electric Leaf hatchback has a starting price of $32,780. That’s before any federal or state incentives, which can reduce the cost by as much as $7,500. But even with those savings, the Leaf is still one of the most expensive EVs on the market.

The Chevy Bolt, for example, starts at $36,620. And the Tesla Model 3, which is still in production hell, has a starting price of $35,000.

Of course, the Leaf does have one big advantage over its EV rivals: range. Nissan says the car can go up to 150 miles on a single charge. The Bolt, by contrast, has a range of only 238 miles. And the Tesla Model 3 is said to have a range of 220 miles.

So if you’re looking for an EV with a long range, the Leaf is a good option. But if you’re looking for an EV on a budget, you might want to look elsewhere.

Nissan LEAF S

  • e-Pedal
  • Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
  • Apple CarPlay® integration


Nissan LEAF SV

  • 17″ x 6.5″ Machine-finished aluminum-alloy wheels
  • NissanConnect® EV Services powered by SiriusXM® with trial access
  • Fog Lights


Nissan LEAF S Plus

  • 16″ x 6.5″ Aluminum-alloy wheels
  • Quick Charge Port
  • 160 kW AC synchronous electric motor


Nissan LEAF SV Plus

  • 17″ x 6.5″ Machine-finished aluminum-alloy wheels
  • NissanConnect® with Services powered by SiriusXM® with trial access
  • ProPILOT Assist


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