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  • 2012 Nissan LEAF SV in Off White/Cream
    42,025 miles
    Dealer:  (4)
    8.0 mi away
    Stock# P-12510


    Est. Loan: $150/mo
    Good Deal!Good Deal!
    $496 Below Market

    Lumpy's Auto Sales - Oklahoma City / Oklahoma

    Located 8 miles away from Oklahoma City, OK


    Dealer Review:

    Friendly sales people no pressure sales will tell all my friends to go to Lumpys to buy there next vehicle. Both of my son's have bought there vehicles at Lumpys and now we will always buy our vehicle from Lumpys 😁

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2012 Nissan LEAF SV with Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Stability Control, Heated seats, Auto Climate Control.
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    99 Combined MPG (106 City/92 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 09-24-2018

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We love this car!
Kevin Courcey,09/14/2016
Most dealers will tell you this is a great 2nd car for around town driving. But this has been our only car, and we've taken it on trips numerous times. You just need to plan your route more carefully than with a gas car. I suppose it helps that we are retired and under few time constraints. But we do love this car. The acceleration is fast... surprisingly so. The car is incredibly comfortable to drive, even on long distances. My wife loves the heated seats and steering wheel, I like the Bose sound system with XM and the ability to plug in a USB drive and play music off that. Maintenance is minimal, and it's a very safe car. UPDATE 3-15-17 We've traded in the LEAF for a Volt. This occurred after coming home from the beach and finding that the chargers we usually use were out of service. We ended up running out of charge on Rt 26 outside Portland and had to call a tow truck. The problem isn't with the car. The LEAF is a great car. However, the charging infrastructure is not reliable at this point, and with the current administration so aggressively oil friendly, is likely to degrade further. The Volt allows us to use EV for all our around town driving, while not having to worry about going on day trips and not being able to charge. After owning the Volt for 6 months, we are averaging over 170 MPG.
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