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2017 Nissan Leaf Range, Specs


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The 2017 Nissan Leaf is expected to be in the market any time during the year 2016. There is a strong belief that it will dictate the market in the face of powerful competitors. The 2017 model Leaf is expected to come with more beneficial features and more battery power. The highly developed battery will offer the wholeness of the styles and features. However, there will not be much change in the new Leaf because it will inherit the majority of its parts from the 2015 Nissan Leaf, from which it is derived.

The 2017 Leaf will have a powerful lithium-ion battery set, which will be packed with high capacity. The new sedan will have less strange looking when compared with the present model. There is anticipation that the new-fangled 2017 Leaf will have overstated design with a standard body type that will come with five doors and a hatchback, which have been borrowed from the Telsa models. The new vehicle will feature a modest and fashionable look, as well.

2017 Nissan Leaf front

2017 Nissan Leaf Redesign, Exterior

Usually, the external look of any electric car has been a weak spot at all times. However, the Japanese manufacturer decided to change this inclination. Not like a typical electric car, habitually unattractive and strange look, the next generation Nissan Leaf will have an attractive external look, at least, similar to that of standard cars. The new Leaf will share the similar design lingo like the models of other companies. The new vehicle is expected to be equipped with charming angular lights, blacked out pillars, a big ā€˜Vā€™ inscription in the grille and a plethora of other details that set the new model of Nissan apart. The outside look of the new Leaf will be a huge advantage when compared to that of other electric sedans.

2017 Nissan Leaf side

Interior

2017 Nissan Leaf interior quality is good rather than immense, with a solid structure, but lots of hard plastics dotted concerning the cabin. The cabin of the new vehicle comes with a comfortable driver’s seat, which can be easily adjusted for ultimate comfort. By just pressing the start key would welcome the passengers with a delightful tone while the vehicle sets itself up.

Inside the new Nissan Leaf 2017 cabin, everything has been redesigned to offer it a more luxurious and stylish look when compared to that of its predecessor. The cabin comes equipped with a luxurious dashboard and outlook similar to that of other Nissan models. The cabin is designed with an abundance of space, an elevated level of comfort, soft touch and premium materials. Within the cabin, the vehicle has a calm and conservative nuance. This innovative Leaf will also execute loads of innovative technologies, so buyers can expect their 2017 Leaf with a plethora of the state of the art features.

2017 Nissan Leaf front

2017 Nissan Leaf Engine, Battery Range, Mileage

The 2017 Leaf is expected to come with lots of improvements beneath the hood. It will come with a fresh battery pack of the capacity of 24 kWh. It is likely that new Leaf will have an enhanced range and more power, as well, when compared to those of the current model. The Current Leaf uses an electric motor that offers the utmost power and torque of 110 ponies and 210 lbs per foot respectively. However, the battery set of the new Leaf will be capable of generating 120 ponies of maximum power. Regarding range, the present Leaf covers the maximum range of 120 miles, whereas fuel economy is 115 mpg. Nissan promises that the 2017 Leaf will have considerable development in this segment.

The battery range of the next Leaf would be 130 miles, but this is somewhat low when compared to the 200-mile battery range of its class competitor, the 2017 Chevy Bolt. However, maybe, Nissan will be capable of improving the deal rather with a significantly lower price or with other sorts of better features. The current 2016 Leaf is previously more than sufficient for most of the daily driving requirements.

2017 Nissan Leaf rear

Date of release and price

The 2017 Nissan Leaf release date is expected to be late 2016 or early 2017 and it will be available at a base cost of $ 29,000.

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