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Nissan Leaf OTHER VARIANT Price Australia

2022 Nissan Leaf OTHER VARIANT

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 1 Speed Automatic
  • Electric
Nissan Leaf e+ Price Australia

2022 Nissan Leaf e+

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • 1 Speed Automatic
  • Electric
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Nissan Leaf Specifications

  • Nissan Leaf Details

    Price Ranges from $ 49,990.00 to $60,490.00
    Body Style Hatch
    Release Date From June 2012 to July 2021
    Drive Type FWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Eng Scuttle
    Compliance Plate Location Lower Pass Side B-Pillar / Lower Pass Side A-Pillar
    Country of Origin JAPAN
    Safety ANCAP Rating 5
    Number of Doors 5
    Seating Capacity 5
    Boot Space 405 Litres
  • Nissan Leaf Features

    • Brakes
      Disc Brake Count 4
      Disc Brakes Standard
      Ventilated Disc Brake Count 4
    • Comfort
      Air Conditioning Air conditioning type: fully-auto
      Climate control number of zones: 1
      Armrests Front seat centre armrest
      Drink Holders Front seats
      Rear seats
      Driving Cruise control
      Cruise control - adaptive cruise control
      Vanity Mirror Driver
      Driver - illuminated
      Passenger
      Passenger - illuminated
      Ventilation System Digital display
      Heater type: heat pump
    • Controls & Instruments
      Gauges Low tyre pressure indicator
      Navigation Controls: touch screen
      Information type: 3D and voice
      Trip Computer Average fuel consumption
      Average speed
      Instantaneous fuel consumption
      Range for remaining fuel
      Voice Activating System Includes audio player
      Includes navigation system
      Includes phone functions
    • Electrical
      Power Sockets 12v power outlet front
    • Entertainment & Communications
      Audio System Colour screen
      Digital radio
      In-dash CD
      Radio: AM/FM
      Remote audio controls
      Remote audio controls type - steering wheel mounted
      Touch screen
      Bluetooth Includes music streaming
      Includes phone control
      Connections AUX jack front
      Ipod front
      USB connection front
      Media Control Touch screen
      Mobile Integration Android Auto
      Apple CarPlay
      Screen Dashboard 1
      Dashboard 1 screen size (in) : 8.0
      Dashboard 1 touch screen - yes
      Instrument panel 1
      Instrument panel 1 screen size (in) : 7.0
      Speakers Brand name: Bose
      Subwoofer
      Total: 7
    • Interior
      Luxury Trim On centre floor console: piano black
      On dash: carbon fibre look
      On gearknob: piano black
      On handbrake grip: none
      Seat Upholstery Additional seat material: synthetic suede
      Main seat material: leather
    • Lights & Windows
      Headlights Auto highbeam
      Bulb type (high beam)
      Bulb type (low beam)
      Dusk sensor
      Height adjustment
      Lens type
      Power Windows Front
      Rear
      Rear View Mirrors Auto-dimming
      Wipers Intermittent
      Rain sensor
    • Safety & Security
      Airbags Number of: 6
      Side airbag - front
      Side curtain airbag - front and rear
      Alarm Standard
      Collision Warning System Activates brake lights
      Activates seat belts
      Automatic braking
      Brakes at low speed
      Driver monitor
      Pedestrian avoidance system
      Driver Assistance 360 view parking camera
      Blind spot monitor
      Lane departure warning
      Lane departure warning - activates brakes
      Lane departure warning - activates steering
      Emergency Brake assist system
      Front cross-traffic alert
      Rear cross-traffic alert
      Isofix Standard
      Seatbelts Driver
      Driver - height adjustable
      Driver - pre-tensioners
      Passenger
      Passenger - height adjustable
      Passenger - pre-tensioners
      Vehicle Control Electronic brake distribution
      Electronic traction control
      Hill holder
    • Seating
      Second Row Seats Folding: 40/60
      Heated
      Seating capacity: 3
      Type: bench
      Front Row Seats - Driver Heated
      Height type: manual
      Number of electrical adjustments: none
      Reach type: manual
      Reclining type: manual
      Type: bucket
      Front Row Seats - Passenger Heated
      Number of electrical adjustments: none
      Reach type: manual
      Reclining type: manual
      Type: bucket
    • Steering
      Power Steering Vehicle speed proportional
      Steering Wheel Heated
      Height adjustment
      Multi-function
      Type: alloy & leather
    • Wheels
      Spare Wheel Rim type: steel
      Type: spacesaver
    • Colors
      Available in
      •   Ivory Pearl
      •   Magnetic Red
      •   Pearl Black
      •   Platinum
      •   Gun Metallic
      •   Arctic White
  • Nissan Leaf Engine Specifications

    Type ELECTRIC
    Size 0 (0L)
    Power 80kW @ 2730rpm / 110kW @ 3283rpm / 160kW @ 0rpm
    Torque 0Nm @ 0rpm / 320Nm @ 0rpm / 340Nm @ 0rpm
    Cylinders 0
    Number of Valves -
    Valves NOT APPLICABLE
    Compression Ratio -
    Bore/stroke 0.00x0.00
  • Nissan Leaf Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic
    Drive Type FWD
    Steering Type RACK & PINION - POWER ASSISTED
    Turning Circle From 0.00 to 11.00
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC / DISC - VENTILATED
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 205/55 R16 - 6.5x16 | 215/50 R17 91V - 6.5x17
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 205/55 R16 - 6.5x16 | 215/50 R17 91V - 6.5x17
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / CS / GD / ARB
    Rear Suspension Type ToB
  • Nissan Leaf Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Electric
    Fuel Tank Capacity -
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) -
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) -
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Nissan Leaf Dimensions

    Length From 4,440mm to 4,490mm
    Width -
    Height From 1,540mm to 1,549mm
    Wheelbase 2,700mm
    Front Track From 1,530mm to 1,539mm
    Rear Track From 1,534mm to 1,545mm
    Ground Clearance From 155mm to 159mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass From 0kg to 2,140kg
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Nissan Leaf Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity -
    Unbraked Towing Capacity -

Nissan Leaf
Wait Times / Availability

80 days

Wait time decreasing

The current estimated delivery time as of May 2022 on a new Nissan Leaf is currently at 80 days which is down 1 days or 1% from last month

Nissan Leaf FAQs

PMC Says...

8.4 / 10
Nissan Leaf
Electric vehicles are yet to go mainstream, but the Nissan Leaf is striving to change the state of the market. It’s a car that has first mover advantage compared with some of the other pure electric models that are in a far-away price category. Unlike most electric models on the market, or currently in design, the Leaf sports a conservative design that won’t polarise buyers (or families) at the onset. The last version of the electric hatch was overlooked by many because of its limited driving range, however Nissan has now bumped this up to 270km. It’s a noticeable improvement, supporting the practicality of the car, which can be left to recharge overnight. The 2019 version of the Leaf also feels built to a higher standard, its added bulk making it feel rather sturdy, yet the 110kW and 320Nm on offer make for a smooth, zippy unit. One of the more novel inclusions is e-Pedal technology, allowing motorists to benefit from energy recuperation that occurs when you let off the accelerator and the car automatically begins to decelerate. Solid feedback is felt while steering and handling, while the cabin feels airy and boasts enough equipment, safety aids and clean lines to suggest the car fits in nicely at this price-point. Are you ready to be a part of the electric revolution?

Check out the Nissan Leaf 2022 or 2021 model today!

CarAdvice

8.1 / 10

After nearly six months with our 2019 Nissan Leaf long-termer at the tail end of 2019, a few factors became clear. The most predominant being that electric cars do exactly what we thought they have been doing since their release – they work a treat for some people, some of the time. In the same way that we wouldn’t recommend everyone rush out to buy a 70 Ser...

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Carsales

N/A

Nissan wants Aussies to love the LEAF… or at the very least be fond enough of it to take one home. Until late in 2020 the world’s best-selling EV, the Nissan LEAF has been on sale across two closely-related generations since 2010. Yet in Australia, where it first went on sale just two years later (2012), it has struggled to achieve more than novelty status....

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Carsguide

8 / 10

New tech is always going to cost a premium, just look at how the latest flagship smartphones have crept well over $1000! So, if you’re expecting to pay a little more for an electric car than a petrol or diesel-powered model, you’d be right on the money. You can get into a base Nissan Leaf for $49,990 before on-road costs, but the new 2021 e+ raises the bar t...

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Drive

9.1 / 10

Do you have a unique car or ownership story you would like to share? Reach out at ownerstory@drive.com.au Like a growing number of Australians, Joseph Evans is growing increasingly patient with the lack of electric vehicle adoption in Australia.Joseph was one of the first in regional Australia to buy a Nissan Leaf 40kWh in 2019 and has been running the car a...

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CarExpert

N/A

The Nissan Leaf is the original mainstream electric vehicle, launched in its first generation at the very end of 2010. Nissan has sold more than 500,000 units globally over its decade-long lifecycle. Now in its second generation, the Japanese branded but UK-built (for Australia) EV is offering more choice for 2021, with the addition of a longer range variant...

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Whichcar

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Date: September 1, 2020ODO: 3165kmKm driven: N/AFuel consumption: 16kWh/100km Make no mistake: electric cars will dominate Australian roads in years to come. But they sure are taking their time to become commonplace. It’s not the manufacturers’ fault that take-up has been so slow - they’re pumping out more electric-powered cars than ever. But the snail’s pa...

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