2015 Nissan Leaf
Comfortable and convenient, these are main attributes of the 2015 Nissan Leaf. Combination of offered price, options and features is more than excellent. For the new model, changes will be applied in every segment – interior, exterior design and engine. One of the lacks of current Leaf is its navigation system, which is likely to be carried over to the next generation.
2015 Nissan Leaf range
Ranger of the 2015 Nissan Leaf will be the highlight and one of the main advantages over competition. According to plans from Nissan, 2015 Leaf’s range should be raised up to 135 miles until its release. This sounds impossible, but company recognized their biggest shortfall within same segment. Current models range of just 84 miles is less than many competitors. For example, BMW’s i3 has a range between 80 and 100 miles, Fiat 500e is at 87, while way ahead are Volkswagen e-Golf with 118 and Kia Soul EV which could run 124 miles before recharge. It is clear that Leaf was desperate for improvement in this segment. From some stories from experts and analysts, 135-mile target is near.
2015 Nissan Leaf performance
New 2015 Leaf will have excellent specification and that is the reason why the Leaf is most established all-electric vehicle on the market. Highlight of specification is good acceleration and excellent speed. We will see how prediction of its range will be used for either city and suburban ride. Ever since 2010 and Leaf’s appearance in US, it has positioned as No1 pick in market. Now, with 2015 Nissan Leaf, company is trying to secure that spot. In favor of this goes zero-emission data with good performance in electric car segment.
2015 Nissan Leaf price
The other thing that makes Leaf in front of the others is its price. According to announces, 2015 Leaf will cost around $33.000. That is $4.000 more than current model. But, if engineers make this vehicle capable of going 135 miles without recharging, and with some design changes, it is not big price hike.
Comparing to the main competitor, which is for now Tesla, for 2015 they plan to launch Model E and its MRSP will be around $35.000. However, electric car buyers will have more option to pick and decide which price/performance ratio offer is the best choice.