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The entry-level 39kWh Leaf still makes sense if you’re on a budget because it is a fairly large EV that’s reasonable to drive, well equipped, and easy to live with. Beyond that, pricer trims and especially the 59kWh e+ models have fallen behind newer and more accomplished rivals.
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Entry-level Acenta trim is all most buyers will really need. It gives you 16in alloys, climate control, a rear-view camera, automatic lights and wipers, cruise control, keyless start and tonnes of safety kit, along with an 8.0in infotainment touchscreen equipped with sat-nav and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto.
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The 39kWh battery version has a perfectly respectable 0-62mph time of around eight seconds. 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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