2014 Nissan Leaf

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The all-electric 2014 Nissan Leaf is a four-door hatchback available in three trim levels: S, Sv and SL. The main features of the base S model include kW 3.3 on-board charger, 16-inch steel wheels, heated mirrors, full power accessories, ignition key-less entry and automatic climate control, trip computer, heated front and rear seats in, Upholstery fabric, a six-way Adjustable hand driver seat, 60/40-split-folding place seats, a steering wheel tilt only heated, Bluetooth phone connection, a 4.3-inch color screen, a rear-view camera and a four-speaker CD player iPod / USB input and satellite radio.

Came to the color Sv get a charger is 6.6 kW, a ‘B-mode’ walk setting for enhanced braking automatic, wheels and alloy, and a larger navigation system with 7-inch screen, Carwings telematics Nissan’s remote monitoring and management of charging and climate control, a efficient heating system for a better cold, cruise control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, part Upholstery fabric and a six-speaker audio system with Pandora integration for iPhones.

The distance-date SL trim adds 17-inch wheels and alloy, automatic LED lights, foglights, Quick-port charger, solar panel mounted spoilers and built to help power accessories, leather Upholstery and cargo cover.  There are only options and are grouped into packages. The model S would add 6.6 kW charger port Quick-charge, and Sv can be done to improve the automatic LED lights, fog lights and quick-charge port. Both Sv and the SL model are eligible for Premium package that adds a seven-speaker Bose stereo system and a parking camera 360 degrees.

2014 Nissan Leaf Interior

Despite the 2014 Nissan Leaf’s economy car tendencies, the interior is surprisingly good, with a strong emphasis on lifestyle. The main center in the dash houses a majority of all control the vehicle, and split-level instrument panel reinforce the feel and graphics technology that sensory sounded the alarm. critical information. The materials used throughout the interior and slightly above the average for the EV in this price range. Working with many of these programs is easy thanks to sound the menus on the screen and the Middle physical buttons to control the weather. This show and telematics Car-wings, owners can take advantage of the Utility rates by their planning during peak hours. Although you can plug into a standard 110 volt household fast, what is best reserved for when you can not park the Leaf on the same night. For most owners, a 240 volt home charging station is really about.

As the Leaf was designed from the outset as an electric vehicle, Nissan found the battery pack under the floor, and that leads to a roomy cabin pretty. There are plenty of front-seat headroom, while the long drivers may find legroom a bit cramped. Cargo room behind the rear seats is generous, at 24 meters. Of them increases the maximum flat amount to 30 cubes.

2014 Nissan Leaf  Engine

The front-wheel-drive 2014 Nissan Leaf is powered by an 80-kilowatt motor electric. The program uses a pack of 24 kWh lithium-ion battery. In performance testing, a Leaf 60 Mph quickly from zero in 10.0 seconds, which is slightly less than the Focus Electric and 2 seconds or more off the pace 500e Fiat and the Spark EV.  Evaluate the 2014 Nissan Leaf EPA for a list of the full case is 84 miles, but the range of real-world differences were due to driving style, traffic conditions, cruising speed, age and the temperature of the battery. The organization also says the Leaf will often use 30 kWh to 100 miles per wave. Both of these estimates are good, although really top-class.  With a 240 volt power source, the Leaf and the 6.6 kW charger can recharge depleted battery in four hours. Quick-port can be used to recharge the battery of the Leaf to be said that 80 percent of the volume of 30 minutes using a special source of power capacity.

2014 Nissan Leaf  Safety

Standard safety features on all 2014 Nissan Leafs include stability and traction control,, anti-lock disc brakes,  front side airbag and side curtain airbag. The rear-view camera is also standard, while 2014 Nissan Leaf SV and 2014 Nissan Leaf SL trims are eligible for the parking camera 360 degrees. In brake testing, a Leaf came to a stop from 60 Mph in 126 feet, which is average for a hatchback compact, but better than most competitors EV.  Government crash tests, the Leaf received four out of five stars across the board for the world, specifically the protection and side-impact. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Leaf a high proportion of  good in moderation and follow directly from the machines, side-impact and the roof-strength crash tests. 2014 Nissan Leaf seat/head restraint design. The 2014 Nissan Leaf also rated best whiplash protection in rear impacts the back.

2014 Nissan Leaf S Carwings