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2013 Nissan Leaf 2013 Nissan Leaf 4dr Hatchback Exterior

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Entering its third year of production, the 2013 Nissan Leaf still represents one of the first real and best-packaged electric cars on the market.

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Pros

No more gas stations; spacious, quiet cabin; ample features; snappy acceleration; increased trunk space.
Cons

Limited cruising range; limited recharging points; home charger is a necessity.

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Electric engine
Direct drive transmission
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Bluetooth
Side/Curtain Airbags
Stability Control
Traction Control

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Published: 01/23/2013
What’s New for 2013

For 2013, the Nissan Leaf gains a new charging system that can cut charging times nearly in half. It also has a few new features, minor improvements to its range and a new, less expensive base model.
Introduction

More electric vehicles are coming out in 2013, but the pioneer in the segment, the Nissan Leaf, is also receiving a host of improvements.

The most notable change for the 2013 Nissan Leaf is its new 6.6-kW onboard charger. With it, one can replenish the battery in about four hours using a 240-volt electricity source: half the time it took previously. Nissan has also made changes to the regenerative brakes and battery pack with the goal of improved energy efficiency and thereby range, although official range estimates have not yet been released.
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