Did you? Sign Up, Already have an account? I've had the same cell phone number since 1988. There are public chargers that will do an 80% charge in 30 minutes. It is comfortable and quiet and REALLY seats 2 average sized adults in the back. It is best for use in local commuting; as it has approximately 100-mile range per charge. I get 90+ miles per charge. The guy was dumbfounded. I fill up the washer fluid monthly lately with the weather. This is an amazing car. If more people knew what bargains these EV cars are in the aftermarket (the price drops are incredible) they would be astonished. I have never been a Nissan enthusiast and was hesitant to purchase an EV. The Leaf has plenty of power and uses it much better than a gas engined car with the same hp. The first mass-market full battery electric car, the LEAF will forever be legendary in the story of electrification, much to the credit of Nissan. I've had the Leaf for about a month. To get one better, you'd have to spend three times the money. Get 2015 Nissan LEAF values, consumer reviews, safety ratings, and find cars for sale near you. Several of my colleagues own Volts and love them. Between the pmt, insurance and electricity I'm saving about $150 each month. Very pleased indeed! Pretty neat. I am an early adopter. from Portland, OR For instance; On a dead battery, the battery will accept about 100 amps. Absolutely requires some planning and a back up plan if you run low on battery. The hatchback is deceptively larger than you think: I don't need to take my bike wheel off, I can throw it in the back easily. by Zap I picked up this low mileage, loaded-with-EVERYTHING $39,000 MSRP for $15,000! 23 out of 23 people found this review helpful. No hybrid stands a chance against it. 30 out of 30 people found this review helpful. Some public chargers are free, others are not. I got the Leaf in the SL trim and with the "premium pkg". I owned a 2011 Leaf for over 5 years (older battery chemistry, range degraded too much), now own a 2014 and 2015. Spunky, fun, and quiet. Perfect commuter, range up to 100 miles, less in the winter, and it degrades a bit over time. The torque and smooth response from the motor is amazing. I am easily getting 85 miles out of a full charge, and that includes highway driving with the A/C on in AZ. 80 miles per dollar, and ~no maintenance! I really like this car, but it's not for everyone. on Fri May 11 2018. Level 1 (110v) 5% /hour by Buckeyefan Level 3 quick charge: 80-100% /hour on Wed May 17 2017. from Nissan even gave me a card to use at the pay public chargers that makes it free for two years. Did you? The official EPA range for the 2014 and 2015 model year Leaf, increased from 121 to 135 km (75 to 84 miles). I have never been as impressed with a car as I am with the Leaf. The power is applied very smoothly and quietly too. The Nissan Leaf is the world's best-selling electric car, and this new 30kWh version has a longer 155-mile range. on Wed Dec 24 2014. 17 out of 17 people found this review helpful. This 2015 Leaf SL is much more comfortable than the Volt -- leather seating is more comfortable and entry (higher, no hump) is easier. I do kinda miss the 2014 Volt "beeps" to keep me in lanes and away from obstacles, but this car has all kinds of bells and whistles I love to tinker with. Save cars. from Atlanta, GA So far I haven't even challenged its 84-mile capacity -- I extremely rarely went beyond the Volt's 44 mile electric limitation, so it's perfect for my suburban driving. Depending on how you … I owned a 2011 Leaf for over 5 years (older battery chemistry, range degraded too much), now own a 2014 and 2015. This is my second EV -- the first was a Volt hybrid. I got this car because of the tax credit, but I absolutely fell in love with it. by Jmeterp There were a couple of times when I pushed it to the end of the charge. on Sun Jul 01 2018. Detailed features and specs for the Used 2015 Nissan LEAF including fuel economy, transmission, warranty, engine type, cylinders, drivetrain and more. by AbbeySK It is roomy, comfortable and quick. by cfunkatl The around me view system (4 cameras, 1 on each side + one each front and back) alone is worth the cost but the Bose stereo system is also a huge upgrade. The Garmin coordinates with my cell phone, so I can make and receive calls, get news updates from the Wall Street Journal, etc. Blew away a BMW at a stoplight recently. on Wed Oct 08 2014. from Phoenix, AZ Did you? More realistic range is 70 to 80 miles. from Columbus OH I love driving by gas stations and never having to stop. by Berdown 62 out of 62 people found this review helpful. They want $179 to update the navigation so I bought the latest Garmin ($159) instead with lifetime maps. I've never been stranded anywhere but I've heard stories from other people. It truly is the future. Did you? Learn more about used 2015 Nissan LEAF vehicles. on Sun Jun 11 2017. No oil changes or filter changes or lubricants. Very little wind noise even at 70+mph. Did you? As the battery gets charged, the charging process takes longer. Did you? The charger network is still relatively small but is growing. Charging times are approximate: from Placerville, CA 9 out of 9 people found this review helpful. Those savings include the insurance, has and other expenses the truck incurs so the car is actually more than free in my situation but I live alone. I don't do a ton of long distance driving so it's a great car for short drives around town. It's a gadget-lovers dream.  The 2014 Leaf is largely the same as the 2013 model year, except  for standard rearView monitor and updated EV-IT functionality with voice destination entry and SMS readout. The all-electric 2015 Nissan Leaf is a four-door hatchback available in three trim levels: S, SV and SL. I love not buying gas. It has a timer so if your late night electricity rates are lower than your daytime rates you can charge at those times and save even more money.I was spending $500-$600 a month on gas. I did keep my truck for hauling items or Home Depot runs. The range depends on many factors such as amount of accessories (climate control, radio etc) used while driving. If your round-trip daily commute is less than 70 or so miles, the Leaf can save you a lot of money and the car is pretty great too. 5 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Nissan e-NV200 (2015):Battery: 24 kWhMotor: 80 kW (107 HP)Weight: 1723kgWheels: Alloy rims with 185/65 R 15 tiresRange: 170 km (105 miles) NEDC Nissan LEAF (2015):Battery: 24 kWhMotor: 80 kW (107 HP)Weight: 1493kgWheels: Alloy rims with 205/55 R 16 tiresRange: 200 km (124 miles) NEDC There is a cute little turtle that shows up next to the speedometer when you have about a mile of charge left. Not emitting carbon monoxide is a benefit for our planet. As it approaches 80% it will only take about 30 amps which continues to drop as you get closer to a full charge. I have the tires rotated every 6 months and the battery checked yearly. Research the 2015 Nissan Leaf at cars.com and find specs, pricing, MPG, safety data, photos, videos, reviews and local inventory. on Fri Dec 12 2014. Overall the upfront cost is more than one would expect in this class of cars. by PDX_Leafer There are websites and apps (even one embedded in the Leaf's NAVI system) that help you find public chargers. from Fort Wayne, IN Hardly any lag. The 100 mile range rating is incredibly optimistic. 31 out of 31 people found this review helpful. by Happy Leaf Owner 6 out of 6 people found this review helpful. But my commute necessitated the HOV lane and I was spending $350 per month on gas. It takes some getting used to. I did get a 240 volt charger for my garage but even before that, charging was not really an issue. Access them anywhere. on Sun Jun 04 2017. Read reviews, browse our car inventory, and more. by Bulldawg and only got 54 miles. With a 240 volt charging station, I charge overnight when rates are lowest. 14 out of 14 people found this review helpful. You may save even more than I do if another household member is involved is the Leaf is a really nice car especially in SL trim! 27 out of 27 people found this review helpful. Did you? Log In, by Kingpin Most days I run a few errands near my home and I can usually charge my car at work; so it's perfect for me. Perfect commuter, range up … Haven't tried any long trips yet. Recently drove in the rain with headlights, stereo, defroster, wipers, etc. Did you? on Fri Mar 17 2017. That said, I waited as long as I could to get an EV and I chose the Leaf because it is currently the best value in EVs. on Thu Aug 28 2014. If you don't need more than ~50 miles per day, you can't beat these, and they'll serve you well for years, even with a bit of degradation, or in the winter (less efficient). My electric bill went up about 30 dollars a month. from Bountiful, UT However, it does have an entirely useable back seat -- the Volt only had room for very small monkeys. from San Diego, CA This car is a quick electric vehicle. We've been finding out what it's like and what else is new But they have to charge at the office daily, whereas I can drive to and from work and still have 30 miles of range left. Did you? You can't beat these things. The beauty comes from how much maintenance happens. The advertised range of the Leaf is 135 km, and Nissan says the average Canadian drives less than 42 km a day (statistic is from 2010). Did you. While it absorbs the road better, its short wheelbase makes it throw us around constantly on bumps. Not a run-of-the-mill hybrid like you get from Chevy and Toyota. I know how much of a charge I need to get home from my usual routes so I've never had a problem. from Dallas/Ft Worth Level 2 (240v) 25% /hour At home, it takes 3-4 hours to charge to 100% when starting at 10% or so.