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What's New For the 2020 Nissan LEAF?

This model year's Nissan LEAF is a carryover, mostly unchanged from the previous year. We proudly offer this greener car in our inventory, and we think you will agree that it makes a great addition to the life of anyone who wants to reduce their carbon footprint. For 2020, Nissan's LEAF has an available powertrain setup that lets you log over 200 miles between battery charges.

2020 LEAF Is Impressive No Matter Which Trim You Choose

The LEAF is an EV that feels unlike any other car. With a quiet and smooth ride, it's no wonder drivers lean towards the Nissan LEAF as the electric vehicle of choice.

For 2020, you can choose from six trims when you shop for a new Nissan LEAF: the S, SV, SL and the Plus variants of these trims. The main difference between the regular LEAF and the LEAF Plus primarily lies in the battery power. While the regular LEAF offers a 40-kWh battery, the Plus version offers a 60-kWh battery that provides up to 226 miles of range. That's over 70 additional electric miles when upgrading to the LEAF Plus models. However, across the board with any Nissan LEAF model, you can be confident that the LEAF will offer plenty of features and amenities for convenience and comfort.

The base S trim starts with features such as keyless ignition, keyless entry, automatic climate control, a tilt-only steering wheel, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Another notable technology feature on this trim level is the e-pedal, which monitors close traffic and automatically brakes when needed. On the SV, you'll find upgrades such as 17-inch alloy wheels, Nissan Door-to-Door Navigation, and NissanConnect EV with services powered by SiriusXM. The SV and SV Plus also offer the optional All-Weather Package. This package will equip the LEAF with heated side mirrors, heated front seats and steering wheel, and a heat-pump cabin heater. Selecting the highest level trim, the SL, it provides elevated features and amenities, including standard heated front seats, leather upholstery, premium Bose audio system with seven speakers and blind-spot warning.

2020 Nissan LEAF Interior

How Well Does the 2020 LEAF Perform?

The concept of electric cars might cause thoughts of relinquishing your love of driving, but Nissan builds excitement into every LEAF. Today's model falls within Nissan's second LEAF generation. It packs 37% more horsepower than its first-generation siblings.

Your 2020 Nissan LEAF will include a synchronous electric motor. In the S, SV, and SL, the motor runs at 110 kilowatts and outputs 147 horsepower. If you opt for one of the three Plus trims, you will access 160 kilowatts and 214 horsepower.

Electric vehicles offer you quick responsiveness, and the LEAF is a top electric auto. You will feel the 2020 LEAF's full potential whenever you press the accelerator. Driving this EV is a rush!

Nissan LEAF Has an Abundance of Safety Features

The renowned automaker builds a safe EV. Notably, it surrounds the electric battery in a steel cage. Also, the LEAF's tech disconnects the drivetrain's power if the auto's airbags deploy. Those two features heighten your post-crash safety.

Fortunately, the model surrounds you in airbags to heighten your safety if an accident occurs. Of course, the LEAF's anti-lock brakes will help you avoid crashes in the first place. Available collision-avoidance features also assist.

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