Nissan is making its Leaf e+ more affordable for the 2021 model year while offering increased features across the range to counter the increasingly fierce competition.
The Leaf e+ is the most powerful version with its large 62 kWh battery. It is now available in three trim levels: N-Connecta, Tech & Style and Tekna. The main changes in the new model are the steering column with height and depth adjustment, blind-spot monitoring and lane keeping assist. The Tekna trim also boasts a central rear view mirror that can be switched to screen mode for the back-up camera.
After testing it many times, the Leaf feels like an old friend. Perhaps the only regular criticism that was made of the Leaf was that its driving position could be improved, mainly because the steering wheel was too far away. The company has now practical solution to this problem with the introduction of a depth-adjustable steering wheel. Finally!
Another aspect that adds to the driving pleasure is the seat upholstery: leather on the sides and alcantara in the centre. This combination provides better support than that offered by the full leather upholstery.
In short, the Leaf is evolving and improving and given its pricing and equipment, it continues to be a competitive proposition in the compact electric car market.
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