Promoted | Meet the new Nissan LEAF 3.ZERO models

With added tech and a limited-edition model that has even more power and range, Nissan’s 100% electric car is even more compelling...

The Nissan LEAF's limited-edition e+ 3.ZERO model offers even more power and range

Say hello to two new Nissan LEAF models: the 3.ZERO and the e+ 3.ZERO. Building on a hugely successful, record-breaking first year for the new-look LEAF, these enhanced versions of Nissan’s 100% electric family hatchback broaden its appeal to an even wider audience.

The new LEAF 3.ZERO takes everything that’s great about the LEAF and adds new body colours with two-tone colour combinations, as well as an 8-inch infotainment screen and additional connectivity through a revamped NissanConnect EV app – including door-to-door navigation.

The LEAF e+ 3.ZERO, on the other hand, is a limited-edition model that takes the performance of the LEAF to a whole new level. Nissan’s engineers have increased the power of the advanced electric motor from 150PS to 217PS, while a new Intelligent Power-enhanced lithium-ion battery features more cells, with 25% more density and a 55% increase in storage for longer range.

As a result, the LEAF e+ 3.ZERO has a 62kWh battery capacity, which means that it can travel up to 239 miles* from a single charge.

Both 3.ZERO models build on the success that has made the new-look LEAF the world’s best-selling EV in Europe, with 40,000 cars delivered in 2018 alone. As Gareth Dunsmore, Nissan Europe’s Director of electric vehicles, said: “The new Nissan LEAF e+ 3.ZERO limited-edition broadens the appeal of the LEAF family even further, adding more range to an award-winning package that remains great to drive and live with.”

A Company Car award-winner

The Nissan LEAF was named ‘Electric Car Of The Year’ by Company Car Today in January. The prize recognised the LEAF’s fleet-friendly competitive pricing, low running costs and zero emissions capability, as well as its everyday practicality and driver appeal. It’s just the latest in a series of awards that the LEAF has won over the last 12 months.

No fuel is good fuel

Nissan and What Car? are committed to helping drivers understand the real cost of motoring.

True MPG is What Car?’s guide to how many miles a petrol, diesel or hybrid car really does to the gallon. Still, when it comes to fuel efficiency, no petrol. diesel or hybrid engine can beat the Nissan LEAF: it uses no combustible fuel at all.

For more information on What Car? True MPG, head to

For more information on the all-electric Nissan LEAF, head to

* Figures are produced for comparison purposes in accordance with European legislation and may not reflect real life driving results. 

Also consider