2017 Nissan Leaf Sticks With 107 Miles Of Range

Nissan Leaf fans have been hoping that Nissan would start offering the Nissan Leaf with a longer range but it looks like they are still stuck with the 100miles of range model for the time being.

Nissan has already revealed the specs and price tag for the 2017 Nissan Leaf. According to Nissan, the Nissan Leaf will come with three trim grades starting from the based S, SV, and the SL model.

The base model will be powered by a 30kWh battery which will allow the vehicle to run for about 100miles of range. Nissan also added that it will only take about 30mins to charge the battery from low-battery warning to 80%. With the Level II 240V, the Nissan Leaf battery will be fully charged in six hours,

The warranty for the battery has now extended to eight years. The 2017 model will also come fitted with standard features like Rearview Monitor, Bluetooth connection, 7inch color display, NissanConnectSM and more.

With all these upgrades, the 2017 Nissan Leaf will also come with a new price tag. The base model will now retail for $29,010.

Steven Estevez

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