Nissan gives its Leaf EV a bigger battery, resulting in longer driving range and more usable power.
The Nissan Leaf gets a new Plus model for 2019.
As its name suggests, the Leaf Plus gives buyers more of what matters.
A larger, 62-kilowatt-hour battery provides more power and longer driving range.
Nissan estimates a range of about 226 miles, a substantial improvement over the 151 miles of the standard Leaf.
Horsepower is up from 147 to 214, which makes initial and mid-range acceleration much easier.
The Plus is offered in the same trim levels as the standard Leaf: S, SV and SL.
A tiny "Plus" badge on the back is one of only a couple of Plus-specific changes.
LED headlights are found on this SL Plus tester.
The Nissan Leaf Plus hits dealerships in March.
Keep scrolling for more photos of the 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus.
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