2011 Nissan Leaf

2011 Nissan Leaf is fairly smooth, and drivers can still use conventional brake to slow the car without it feeling hard or suddenly. The interior of the Leaf is not the greatest. Dashboard full of hard plastic and the design does not look very well thought out, with a glossy black panel housing the HVAC and stereo system in a sea of ??brightly colored hard plastic. Leaf redeem himself ergonomics, such as adequate cargo space and rear seats are surprisingly spacious, offering ample head and leg room for full-sized adults. Trip to the supermarket and runs perfectly conceivable in Leaf school, although these activities should be planned around the car’s battery life.

2011 Nissan Leaf could get about 100 miles from a full charge, an electric vehicle based on the EPA cycle. In a conventional gasoline-powered cars, accessories backed by rechargeable batteries by the alternator continuously. Since Leaf does not have a crank shaft, these functions have a direct impact on battery life and range vehicle. Nissan claims that the 480 volt “fast charging” station can re-charge the battery in 2011 Nissan Leaf to 80% capacity in about 30 minutes, but a full charge using 220V outlet (such as a washer or dryer) will take approximately 7 hours. A conventional 110V outlet will take 20 hours of torture, and Nissan strongly recommends that buyers install home charging dock in 220V configuration so users can charge the car overnight.

 2011 Nissan Leaf
 2011 Nissan Leaf
 2011 Nissan Leaf Interior
 2011 Nissan Leaf

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