2019 Nissan LEAF Review
The Nissan LEAF is a stylish, all-electric car that’s easy to charge and built to deliver an efficient performance. So, what is the most recent model capable of?
Stateline Nissan shows drivers in East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket what it has to offer in this 2019 Nissan LEAF review.
2019 Nissan LEAF Performance
The 2019 Nissan LEAF runs on a fully electric powertrain with a 110-kilowatt synchronous electric motor. This helps this zero emissions vehicle produce up to 147 horsepower and an impressive 236 lb-ft of torque.
During your drive, you’ll be cruising on a 40-kilowatt lithium-ion battery that has a driving range of 150 miles. Overall this stylish compact gets an EPA-estimated 125 MPGe city and 100 MPGe[i] highway.
Charging your car is easy, too. You can even plug it into an average 120-volt outlet. If you’re at home, you can conveniently charge it overnight with a 240-volt cable and have a fully charged battery in just over seven hours.
If you’re on the road and in a hurry, you can use a Public DC Quick Charging station. By using a 480-volt cable you’ll be able to get 90 miles worth of battery life in just a half hour. It’s so fast that in only 40 minutes your battery will be 80% charged.
2019 Nissan LEAF Infotainment System
The technology onboard the 2019 Nissan LEAF extends into your interior, too. You can enjoy a fun and convenient drive with a user-friendly infotainment system.
Your dashboard features a handy 7-inch touchscreen for the Nissan Navigation System. It provides you with the best route and can give you information on your destination during your drive with SiriusXM® Traffic and SiriusXM® Travel Link.
The entire system is also Bluetooth®-compatible, so you can stay connected with a Hands-Free Phone System and Hands-Free Text Messaging Assistant. You can also sync your smartphone and access your favorite apps with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™.
Whether you want to change where you’re going, switch apps, or skip ahead to the next song on your playlist, Nissan Voice Recognition lets you control the entire system without taking your hands off the wheel.
2019 Nissan LEAF Safety
The 2019 Nissan LEAF also includes lots of technology to help keep you safe. For starters, your infotainment screen doubles as a driver assistance feature. When you shift into reverse, it’ll show you a live picture of what the RearView Monitor sees behind you.
There are lots of driver assistance features available. Each one is designed to give you greater awareness during your drive to help prevent accidents. Some of the features that’ll be looking out for you include:
- Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
- Blind Spot Warning
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- Intelligent Lane Intervention
- Intelligent Cruise Control
Inside the Nissan LEAF, you’ll also be protected by six standard airbags, including roof-mounted curtain side-impact airbags that cover both the front and rear seats.
Test Drive the 2019 Nissan LEAF
Visit Stateline Nissan to test drive the Nissan LEAF. It provides drivers in East Providence, Cranston, and Pawtucket with a fun, safe, and efficient drive. To learn more about this 2019 Nissan LEAF review, contact us or visit our dealership.
2019 Nissan LEAF® EPA range is 150 miles. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only.