2012 Nissan Leaf SV 4dr Hatchback (3-phase, 4-pole electric DD)
I was lucky to find a dealer car with only 3000 miles and still new even though I bought it as used vehicle.
There is little I cannot do with my LEAF.
I have a pickup truck when I need to drive farther than my LEAF can take me, but honestly I hardly ever need to drive it.
The range of the LEAF works for 90% of my daily and weekly driving needs.
The ECO mode and the Navigation.
The best part is that I can press a button and the Navigation will show me the closet charging stations.
Also the Telematics link that allows my car to send data to Nissan (I have the option to turn it off if I choose).
I can even send a message to my to turn on the A/C so it is cool when I get in.
The driving range of course is a big one for ALL EV cars.
The other would be to charge faster.
Otherwise I think Nissan has a done a great job so far.
I am already looking at the next LEAF when it's time to trade or sell my in a few years.
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