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  • Nissan’s innovative customer-focused approach has resulted in over 100 great new features
  • LEAF's battery retains the maximum possible charge capacity, even after multiple charges
  • Drivers are covered over a period of 5 years or 60,000 miles
  • Go from 0-80% in approximately half an hour with rapid charge
  • Exempt from London Congestion Charge with Zero CO2 emissions and zero tax
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The new Nissan LEAF is 100% electric – that means no waiting at the fuel station to fill up. Forget about the cost per litre and say hello to low running costs, a smooth ride and a high specification interior.

The new Nissan LEAF leaves no trail of CO2 so it is environmentally friendly. It also brings loads of money-saving benefits: you don’t pay Congestion Charge, road tax (Vehicle Excise Duty) or Benefit-in-Kind for businesses, so this makes it an ideal green fleet car for contract hire and leasing.

The new Nissan LEAF motor is powered exclusively by an advanced lithium-ion battery that you can charge at home or at charging points across the country. The battery is manufactured in the UK to the highest quality, and is covered against capacity loss as well coming with a five-year, 60,000 mile warranty against mechanical defect.

The New LEAF offers more room in the boot and the cabin while still enjoying up to 124 miles on a single charge and speeds up to 90mph. The improved chassis makes for better handling, resulting in more fun and excitement at the wheel. Power steering, air conditioning and all the comforting luxuries you’re used to are all included, plus a few new ones.

The display shows energy consumption and regeneration, state of charge, remaining energy, capacity levels and distance-to-empty. The regenerative braking system will increase the energy recycled back into the power supply when you brake or decelerate.

Prices from £20,690. Parking charges will vary by council.

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