nissan leaf 2023 review

nissan leaf 2023 review

nissan leaf 2023 review – This is the Nissan Leaf.  Oh okay, that’s not even a good dad joke. Wow, The Nissan Leaf. Well, it isn’t really new, but it does get some upgrades and let’s face it, more people are thinking electric, so why not show off the Old Guard from Nissan?

nissan leaf 2023 review

New bumper, new grill, new headlights, new lighted badge, and these new wheels, which I have to say, I really like. I believe they look terrific, and we’re now down to two trim levels: F and Sv.

In addition, [Music] One of the earliest electric vehicles available for purchase. If you’re searching for pizzazz, the leaf has some attractive traits as well as ones that might not dazzle you. Price comes first in the gorgeous category. Starting at less than $30,000 is impressive.

2023 Nissan Leaf Motor and Range

A 110 kilowatt electric motor with 147 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque is included, as is a 40 kilowatt hour battery. Both of those figures aren’t particularly impressive by today’s standards, but if your day consists of errands around town and a short commute, 149 miles should suffice. If you require a little additional range, I recommend upgrading to the Sv.

In addition, the Sv Plus has a 160 kilowatt motor and a 60 kilowatt hour battery. It has 214 horsepower and 250 pound-feet of torque, with a top range of about 212 miles. That’s a little better if you still have a ways to go. However,

Driving Impressions 2023 Nissan Leaf

So, when it comes to how the Sv Plus feels to drive, we’ll stop here. We’re going to get to see how acceleration is right off the line. I’ve got my foot all the way down to the floor, you know. Listen, it’s not winning drag races, but there’s a little bit of giddy up to it. I believe the horsepower available here is adequate. I mean, I have nothing to complain about in this one, and you might even have some fun along the way. In terms of comfort, the trip isn’t exactly luxurious. It’s okay. I’m on a really smooth Road, so I’m fine here, but it does feel stiff and uncomfortable. It’s not super luxurious. it’s definitely kind of a utilitarian feel when it comes to how the suspension is all set up. but I do like the seats. Those are comfortable to me and makeup for the harsh ride just a little bit. They also seem beautiful, don’t they, how it handles? That’s one for the underwhelming Department. Turns beware, there is a lot of Torx deer. When you come out of a turn too quickly, it can be a little frightening. The balance is a little bit wonky. There are definitely a lot of Body Rolls, so continue with caution and perhaps some conservative driving in mind.

Nissan’s E-pedal is standard on each of those grades, and it basically controls the level of regeneration when you engage the brakes. There are numerous configuration options. You may turn off the e-pedal completely to use the brakes on your own, which are very mechanical and even regenerative in their own right.  But um, not so much that they either don’t work or they are super distracting. so I’m not bothered by that. When you press the E pedal, you will notice a slight engagement with the brakes when you lift your foot off the throttle, but it is not unduly forceful when in Eco mode. Then it does get a little bit more aggressive, sort of like an in-between setting. Then, when you put the leaf in B mode, you have a true one-pedal driving experience.

You must ensure that you are not driving at an excessively fast speed. Otherwise, it will take considerably longer to entirely break. However, if you’re driving around town and in traffic, you can clearly feel the brakes engage when you let go of the throttle.

And I’m just going to turn in here since I’m not using my brakes at all, and come to a complete stop right here.  Look Ma Snow Brakes Charging on a Level 2 charger.

2023 Nissan Leaf Charging

At 11:45, you’ll have a full charge. Hours Using a quick charger will take between 40 and 80 minutes on the plus and an hour on the basic model.  Also, Buyer beware. Nissan uses a Chad Demo connector. Not all charging stations are now compatible with it. The Ccs Port is far more common and Nissan is actually using that on the Aria, Which kind of leads me to believe that maybe they will be discontinuing the leaf in the United States. I’m not sure; that’s just a guess. But, once again, if you’re using it and charging it at home, your level two will be OK.

Another brief note: if you’re interested, there’s a nice post on about charging your Leaf. Go to the link in the description. When it comes to what you receive in the car, you get a standard eight-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.  Auto capability with Nissan Connect navigation optional.

Interior 2023 Nissan Leaf

In terms of how the system operates, the graphics are a touch archaic. It may be faster and more up to date. If you want to know when they’re updating it, you should subscribe to the Kbb YouTube account.

So, what are my opinions on the interior? Um, you know they’re mixed. I can’t really find a perfect seating position for me, so there’s that, which is a little weird, but when it comes to what’s going on here, there are There are things I enjoy and things I think are a touch too busy. I like the integration here. I think it’s great. I think they use some nice patterns. There’s not much texture here, yet it’s visually appealing. I feel like we’re looking a little dated because we only have a button Palooza, and I know we’re trying to find a balance. nice balance between those things, but everything at least feels intuitively placed. I actually kind of dig this. It’s sort of a weird new take on the shift knob, and it’s pretty easy to use. It’s kind of got a nice grip and it’s kind of funky looking. Overall, I’m not going to complain too much about what’s going on in here.

Um, so that’s it. Yes, this is a small Euv and the room reflects that. I’m not miserable in the back seat, but a taller person might be. Cargo room is limited, with a maximum of 30 cubic feet behind the second seat when folded down.  And is there a frunk? No, there’s not.

Making the switch to an Ev might be a little bit of a daunting task, but Kelly Blue Book can help you through the process. Find out how much your car is worth as a trade-in by clicking here. I bet it’s pretty good. Because it’s a Nissan, you can expect advanced driver aid features such as forward collision warnings, automatic pedestrian detection and braking, blind spot warnings, and rear cross traffic alerts.  alerts and more. It is a lengthy and amazing list that is normal. Yes, there are far more amazing electric vehicles on the market, but the Leaf still has its advantages. If you are new to the segment and looking for something reasonably priced, I would recommend this one. It has an adequate range, excellent technology, and is reasonably priced.

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