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The Nissan Leaf is reasonable to drive, well equipped and pretty easy to live with, but it's falling behind in this quickly developing class. Newer rivals can go further on a full charge, and are plusher and better to drive. If you're on a budget, the standard 40kWh Leaf still makes some sense, but we'd certainly choose one of the many better alternative cars over the expensive 62kWh e+ models.get the best price
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Some people still associate electric cars with milk float performance, but that really couldn’t be further from the truth. The 40kWh battery version has a 0-62mph time of around eight seconds; a perfectly respectable time and quicker than a Renault Zoe can manage, although not quite as nippy as the Kia e-Niro or Volkswagen ID.3. Officially the range is 168 miles on a full charge, but in our Real Range testing we managed just 128 miles.
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