Nissan Leaf car lease deals
If you want an electric car with punchy performance, the Nissan Leaf is a good choice. The latest iteration of the original modern electric vehicle also offers a long, large boot-provided you stick to basic trim levels and don't add the Bose sound system.
Which Nissan Leaf leasing option is right for you?
You can lease a Nissan Leaf in four trim levels: Acenta, N-Connecta, Tekna and Tekna+. Acenta gives you 16in alloys, climate control and automatic lights and wipers. N-Connecta adds part-leather heated front seats, electrically folding door mirrors and a heated steering wheel. Tekna and Tekna+ both come with Bose sound systems, which reduce the boot space by installing a subwoofer. You also get full leather seats and some autonomous drive functionality. The Nissan Leaf is available in two power outputs, too: the standard Leaf, or the Leaf E+. The latter has a more powerful battery and a bigger range.
Lease a Nissan Leaf. Pick your battery size.
The standard 40kWh Nissan Leaf achieves a claimed 168 miles off a single charge, while the larger battery in the E+ version gets 239 miles. The difference in cost, plus better long-range performance from rivals, means we'd advise that you stick to the standard battery. The 40kWh Leaf gets you into the lowest possible band for BiK tax, so company car buyers may want to consider leasing a Leaf if they're looking to go electric. Drive-wise, you get a 0–60 performance of roughly eight seconds. Regenerative braking (which harvests kinetic energy from braking to recharge the battery) means the Leaf slows down rapidly. You can manage this effect, either by selecting 'B' mode on the gear selector, or by using Nissan's 'e-Pedal' button for the most powerful regeneration.
Nissan Leaf leasing deals. Family car, big boot.
Leasing a Nissan Leaf doesn't get you the furthest range among its peers-but it does get you the biggest boot. In What Car? website tests, the Leaf managed to accommodate seven carry-on suitcases in one load. That's perfect for family trips, whether you're going on holiday or just off to the shops. The rear space in the Leaf gives you more leg room than rivals too, making it ideal for transporting the kids. Six-foot-tall adults won't be so happy in the back, however, thanks to the slope of the roof. Whoever you're transporting in your Nissan Leaf, we'll help you choose the best leasing offers from nationwide dealers.
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