The world’s best-selling all-electric car, the Nissan LEAF, has been upgraded meaning motorists can now enjoy many more miles of zero emissions motoring.
The new Nissan LEAF 30kWh, which costs an average of 2p a mile to run, gives drivers 155 miles of range on a single charge (+25% over the previous model), beating all competitors in the segment.
The new battery is the highlight of an updated package that helps reinforce the Nissan LEAF’s position as the most capable and practical electric vehicle in the world, and with the best value.
The latest version, priced from £25,380, will significantly broaden the LEAF’s appeal as a true alternative to internal combustion engine cars for thousands more motorists.
And the range of exciting offers means it is even easier to take up electric motoring.
The British-built LEAF has already been named Best Small Family Car at the 2015 Next Green Car Awards – an award the previous generation model also received in 2013.
The awards’ shortlisted models were selected according to Next Green Car’s unique NGC Rating, which evaluates the environmental impact of all new cars on the market.
All prices include the government £4,500 plug-in car grant and purchasing the batteries. Alternatively, batteries can be leased at a monthly charge dependant on anticipated mileage.