5 things you need to know about the 2018 Nissan Leaf
Never mind Tesla, the Nissan Leaf is the grandaddy of mainstream EVs.
Here are five things you should know about the all-new 2018.
The new Leaf screams new right from the outside, because it now looks like a Nissan, not a Teletubby.
150 miles of range, that's a 40% jump from the 107 of the previous car.
Still, that will raise eyebrows among the range-anxiety crowd, who feel much better about Chevy Volt's 238 miles.
Android auto and Apple car play keep things nicely up to date inside.
While on analogs, speedometer keep from feeling to much like a maker fair project.
The new Leaf runs between 31 and 38 grand depending on trim level.
And for now it still qualifies for a $7500 federal tax credit.
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