Nissan Leaf (2018 on)

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Tekna 30 KWh

reviewed by Anonymous on 28 November 2021
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Overall rating
4
How it drives
5
Fuel economy
1
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
2
Cost of maintenance and repairs
3
Experience at the dealership
4
How practical it is
4
How you rate the manufacturer

A good runabout

I use the car for everyday motoring i.e.going shopping and other short journeys.It occasionally makes longer trips in the summer when heating is not required.
It’s nippy and comfortable to drive and seats four comfortably. The boot is adequate and the road handling is good.
I’ve always charge it using a waterproof 13 amp socket outlet attached to the garage wall.
It has one big downside in that during cold weather the inside of the windshield attracts a huge amount of condensation which often freezes on the inside and takes a while to remove.
Given the limited mileage the insurance is high.

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Price£27,290–£31,990
Road TaxExempt
MPG-
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