2011 Nissan Leaf SL 4dr Hatchback (3-phase, 4-pole electric DD)
I've read a number of professional reviews of the Leaf, and what few them mention is what a hoot it is drive.
With 207 ft/lbs of torque available at zero miles, versus a Porsche Boxster with 214 ft/lbs at approx. 4400 rpm, the car drives fast and fun.
The bluetooth connection is superb for my iphone, my effective cost of going 100 miles is $2.00 vs. the vehicle it replaced at $25.00, and it is very comfortable.
Instant available torque, Never having to stop at a gas station
Screen that asks permission to transmit data to Nissan every time I start the car.
Asking me once would be sufficient.
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