The modelRead full review
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
The trimSee full equipment
e+ Tekna is too pricey to really recommend, although it does add more battery range and performance, leather/ suede seats, a Bose stereo, LED headlights, an electronic parking brake and a driver assistance system called Pro Pilot, which can take care of the steering in certain situations (such as motorway driving) while keeping you a set distance from the car in front.
The engineSee full engine specs
This 62kWh battery version is called the e+ and officially it increases the battery range to 239 miles, although in our Real Range test it managed 217 miles, which is reasonable by today's standards but still someway behind the Kia e-Niro (253 miles). It also adds more power that drops the 0-62mph time to 6.9sec, which is right up there with its nearest price rivals, bar the Tesla Model 3.
The VW e-Up is great to drive and easy to park, but the Renaul...
Great value and has a long range between charges.
An electric car with good range and a decent amount of r...
Nice interior and to drive, but terrible range, perf...