|Class: Hatchback||Doors: 5|
|Gearbox: Automatic||Vehicle autonomy: 200/300|
|Minimal driver age: 21||Fuel: Electric|
|Deposit: 500 EUR||Price from: € 50 /day|
More than one way to drive electric: ECO MODE and B-MODE. Use the sleek and innovative drive selector to get moving.
- On the road extend your range with Eco Mode
- Use B- Mode on downhills to help and ad some charge back to your battery.
Charging the 2019 Nissan LEAF is easy whether you’re at home or on the go. You can connect and charge your Nissan LEAF in four quick steps.
- Park and place the power switch in the OFF position.
- Open the charge port lid and cap.
- Plug the charge connector into the charge port. When done correctly, the Nissan LEAF lets you know with a quick beep.
- When the battery reaches full, the Nissan LEAF stops charging on its own. To end charging at any point, just unplug the charge connector.
There are three ways to charge your Nissan LEAF: At home, 220V charging. Public charging stations may offer AC or DC Chargers. Finding your next charge is fast and easy thanks to a variety of public charging options.
- CHAdeMO Quick Charging points. The fastest way to charge. Charge your LEAF in about time while you enjoy a bite to eat.
- Public Level 2 charging stations. These public charging stations can offer complimentary or paid charging.
- Wherever there is 220V plugs. You can even charge your Nissan LEAF at your hotel.