Which used Nissan Leaf hatchback should I buy?
Acenta offers plenty of equipment for the money and a decent amount of standard safety kit. The higher-spec cars are only worthwhile if you desperately want one with the full suite of driver-assistance technology, such as adaptive cruise control that'll even work in stop/start traffic.
There is no engine, as such, but you can go for either a 40kWh or a 62kWh version. We'd stick with the regular 40kWh car as it will be cheaper, there are a lot more of them to choose from, and it handles better because it's lighter.
Our favourite Nissan Leaf: 40kW Acenta
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