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Here’s What You Should Know About the 2019 Nissan LEAF


Mainstream electric cars aren’t a far-fetched reality anymore as major carmakers are putting launch plans for the next two years in place. But Nissan is a step ahead as it comes up with the second generation of its LEAF creation.


If you are looking for the 2019 Nissan LEAF in Wilmington, just walk into a Nissan showroom. With its quickness, aesthetic appeal, and superior assistance features, it is the perfect car for you if affordability and competent driving are your primary targets. The compact electric hatchback is available in three trim levels- S, SV, and SL.



The basic comfort of the 2019 Nissan LEAF is pretty much flawless; the car delivers a smooth ride with genuinely comfortable front seats. The ride is neither too buoyant nor too rigid. The car absorbs small to large bumps and ensures a seamless drive. The electric components are noiseless and the climate control system is quite effective.



While its predecessor used a 40-kWH battery to power the 147-hp, 236-lb-ft of torque electric motor, the 2019 Nissan LEAF utilizes a 60-kWH battery pack, which not only increases the driving range but also the power output. The low-sling battery makes the car supremely drivable—just enough to inspire confidence through coordination and balance.



The 2019 Nissan LEAF is packed with the latest tech. It comes with a multimedia system, which features SiriusXM satellite radio, Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay connectivity. The screen is upgraded to 7 inches from a 5-inch one on all trim levels. You can even connect to the system remotely through the NissanConnect app. The e-Pedal feature allows for one-pedal driving, meaning the accelerator pedal utilizes regenerative braking to slow the car as soon as the driver lifts off the pedal.



Last but certainly not least, the 2019 Nissan Leaf comes with driver assist features like its predecessor and has the standard automatic emergency braking with blind-spot monitoring with rear-cross alert, driver attention alert system, pedestrian detection, lane keep assist, and ProPilot Assist. The reverse automatic braking is also an attractive safety feature available in the 2019 Nissan LEAF.