2023 Nissan Leaf
If you’re interested in going electric, then the 2023 Nissan Leaf is your vehicle. Electric cars have become more popular over the years, and the Nissan Leaf that’s been around since 2010 is one of the classics. We look at what’s new, the features, specs and pricing of the new 2023 Leaf models.
For the 2023 model, not much has changed from the 2022 model. The exterior features on the grille, bumper, and headlights have been slight changes to allow for better aerodynamics, but it’s not significant enough to notice. The illuminated Nissan badge on the steering wheel and the new design on multi-spoke wheels. The other change is that, unlike the previous year, only three trims are available.
Using ProPILOT Assist, the new Leaf model ensures you have all the driver’s assist system you need, from intelligent cruise control to steering assist. It has 43.18 cm alloy wheels and an intelligent monitoring system. The NissanConnect 8 system supports Apple Carplay and Android Auto, with a customizable display and Bluetooth connection. Winter holds no danger to you as this vehicle comes with a heated steering wheel, seats and automatic temperature control. Using the Bose Energy Efficient Series sound system, you can enjoy surround sound with seven small speakers.
This Nissan model comes with a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery, allowing it to travel up to 240 km before charging. You can also upgrade to a 60 kWh lithium-ion battery on certain trims, pushing your range to 342 km. It has a 6.6 kW onboard charger and port and a portable charge cable. The city’s fuel efficiency is at an all-time low of 1.9L/100 KM, and the highway is at 2.4L/100 KM. There are three trims: the SV, SV Plus and SL Plus. The horsepower is around 147 hp and a 320 nm torque with automatic transmission.
The starting price for this Nissan electric hatchback is $39,498 without tax or extra features included. This price can be pushed up to $48,098, depending on the trim you’re using as your base. Any extra features or changes you add on will adjust the price accordingly. To buy it on finance, you’re looking at a minimum of around $586 per month for 84 months. If you’re considering a lease, it’s $574 monthly instalments for 60 months.
Build Your Nissan
Look at your nearest local dealer today to build and reserve your 2023 Nissan Leaf. Electric cars are changing the market significantly, and the Nissan Leaf is one of the dependable models. You can buy cash, finance or lease, depending on your budget can accommodate. The Leaf trims offer excellent connectivity, range, and a smooth driving experience.