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Nissan Leaf Owner's Manual

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About The Leaf

The full-electric Nissan Leaf is a compact 5 door car that entered production in 2010.

If you own a Leaf or are considering buying one, the owner’s manuals on this page will help you learn more about how to take care of your vehicle so that it lasts as long as possible.

Through constant innovation by the manufacturer, the Leaf’s range has increased dramatically thanks to improved battery technology.

This Leaf is the receiver of many awards from publications that praise its range and popularity among buyers.

For many years the car held the title of the best-selling electric car in the world but was overtaken by the Tesla Model 3 in early 2020.

The original version delivered to customers in 2011 had a range of 73 miles from a full charge and could charge at a rate of 5 miles of range per hour.

With the development of lighter battery technologies through the use of Lithium polymers, the battery pack could be increased in size without increasing weight compared to older nickel-metal-hydride packs.

The larger battery pack means that modern examples of the Leaf can push the car through 151 miles of range, just over double what the original car could.

2019 saw a new version that pushed that figure even further to an amazing 226 miles of range and a faster recharge rate of 100KW.

Other electrical features include the ability for the car to sell back power to the grid when prices peak and the car has an abundance of electricity stored.

Modern versions of the Nissan Leaf also contain cutting-edge features such as automatic parking and a lane-centering system.