Promoted | Nissan LEAF: From 3.ZERO to 3,000 in record time
With more tech, more power and an extended 100% electric range of 239 miles*, the new limited-edition Nissan e+ 3.ZERO is selling fast...
The new limited-edition Nissan LEAF 3.ZERO is proving to be a big hit, with over 3,000 drivers across Europe choosing this more powerful and extended range example of Nissan’s 100% electric car during its first month on sale.
Building on a hugely successful record-breaking first year for the new-look LEAF, Nissan’s new LEAF 3.ZERO models take everything that’s great about the standard LEAF and broadens its appeal to an even wider audience – with more body colours, an 8in infotainment screen and additional connectivity services through a revamped NissanConnect EV app.
The limited-edition, range-topping LEAF e+ 3.ZERO takes the performance of the LEAF to a whole new level, with a significant increase in power from 150PS to 217PS, and a larger, more efficient 62kWh battery which offers up to 239 miles* of 100% electric range from a single charge.
The LEAF e+ 3.ZERO uses all the same great features as the rest of the LEAF range – including the innovative e-Pedal, which makes driving easier and more fun, especially in stop-start city traffic. It also boasts the full suite of ProPILOT driving assistance technology features, which make driving less stressful and safer.
Plus, it’s a spacious and practical family hatchback. Combined with the increased performance and range of the LEAF e+ 3.ZERO, it means that the fast-acting owners of this new limited-edition model can go even further and enjoy even more 100% electric motoring this summer.
As Ken Ramirez, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Nissan Europe said: “The overwhelmingly positive response to the Nissan LEAF e+ 3.ZERO shows just how appealing it is to own a Nissan EV. The Nissan LEAF combines leading environmental credentials with outstanding driving dynamics, performance and an enviable roster of technology, and the Nissan LEAF e+ 3.ZERO is the highest expression of our record-breaking EVs.”
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 whatcar.com/truempg.
For more information on the all-electric Nissan LEAF, head to nissan.co.uk/newleaf.
* Figures are produced for comparison purposes in accordance with European legislation and may not reflect real life driving results.
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