Charge at home and reduce emissions, without sacrificing any of the comforts of a conventional car. You’ll be in a fresh, modern interior
car for everyone, with everyday driving in mind.
with room for five. A heated steering wheel and heated front and rear seats keep everyone toasty when the temperature dips (and
An innovation we all can live with.
are up to 95% more efficient than using the heater). And you’ll have the latest technology right at hand, including a navigation system,2
Nissan Intelligent Key,® and iPod® connectivity.3 You could get used to this.
1 For tailpipe emissions.
2Never program while driving. GPS mapping may not be detailed in all areas or reflect current road regulations.
3Driving is serious business and requires your full attention. Do not
operate any devices connected to the USB or auxiliary audio input jack while driving. iPod® is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. All rights reserved. iPod not included.
is Nissan LEAF® for you?
Driving electric isn’t for everybody. On the other hand, the average
American drives less than 29 miles a day1. And since the LEAF gets
you 2 1/2 times that on a single charge, it is certainly a realistic
No surprise, even the “gearshift” is unique. It
alternative. (Of course, your range will vary depending on a number
driving electric meets the real world
works like a pivot ball in the palm of your hand.
of circumstances, like your driving habits, and power usage.)2
The innovative EV-IT system keeps you in the know. On the map
display, you’ll see estimated driving range5 and icons noting nearby
charging stations. Another screen tells you how your heater or A/C
usage is affecting range, and if you might want to cut back. Have
a lead foot? It will tell you that, too. LEAF gives you the data, you
choose how efficiently you’d like to drive.
plug in to the future
For almost 20 years, we’ve focused our best thinking on developing the
battery technology for a mass-market electric car. Now it’s goodbye
gas. The Nissan LEAF® runs completely on electricity stored in a laminated
lithium-ion battery. You’ll recharge it at home, just like your phone or laptop.
It’s about Range Management. You’ll always see how much charge is left,
and how many miles remain in your driving range. The power meter instantly
displays power consumption and regeneration. Driving efficiently? The eco
indicator rewards you with a virtual forest. You can check the trip computer
to see how much time is needed for a full charge, or switch settings to see
your efficiency in miles/kWh. With the pertinent driving data right in front of
you, you’ll easily manage trips and optimize performance.
1Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) 2009 National Household Travel Survey (NHTS).
2Based upon EPA five-cycle tests using varying driving conditions and climate controls, the EPA has rated the Nissan
LEAF® a driving range of 73 miles. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. Actual range will vary depending upon driving/charging habits, speed, conditions, weather, temperature, and battery age.
3 Eco tree
is a virtual tree. Not intended to represent planting or saving an actual tree.
4Availability of specific features is dependent upon the phone’s Bluetooth® support. Please refer to your phone Owner’s Manual for details.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by Nissan is under license.
5Mileage estimates only. Range will vary depending upon driving/charging habits, speed,
conditions, weather, temperatures, and battery age. Availability/accessibility of charging stations not guaranteed.
6For tailpipe emissions.
Good morning cozy car, remotely pre-heated
LEAF is a real car. With speeds of up to 90 mph,
Love the planet. An eco indicator shows
Thanks to regenerative brakes, LEAF
Take that important call. Of course there’s Bluetooth.®4
Just another day of driving electric. No
or cooled, all charged and ready to go.
and 100% available torque right off the line.
all the good you’re doing.3
charges anytime you slow down.
Call it a day. With 47 miles left to spare and 2 nearby
gas, no emissions.6 Then charge at home
charging stations, shown on the handy range indicator.5
during off-peak hours while you sleep.
the 100% electric, no-gas Nissan LEAF
A Top Safety Pick from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety2
and a 5-star rating for
overall safety from NHTSA3
2011 World Car of the Year4
5 doors/seating for 5
106 MPGe city1
speeds up to 90 mph
12012 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. Based on EPA formula of 33.7 kW/hour equal to one gallon of gasoline energy, EPA rated the LEAF equivalent to 106 MPG measured as gasoline fuel efficiency in city driving. Actual mileage may
vary with driving conditions - use for comparison only.
22011 Nissan LEAF. Rating is given to vehicles that achieve the Institute’s highest rating of “Good” in front, rear and side impact protection and roof strength as well as being
equipped with electronic stability control.
3011 Nissan LEAF. Government star ratings are part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) New Car Assessment Program (wwww.safercar.gov). Please see