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Certified Pre-Owned… dealership is top notch and I will definitely buy from There are also federal rebates to consider, although that program seems to be in near-constant jeopardy these days. Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF SL Plus FWD for sale - $24,931 - 13,402 miles with Leather Seats, Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Heated Seats, Android Auto, CarPlay, Color:  Pearl White Tricoat. No pressure or haggling over price, gave a fair deal for my trade in and finance dept. They did contact me and try to find a car for me, but they did not have any I was looking for at the time. fight with a dealer all day to get a reasonable deal. They were good to me on my trade in though. If vehicle design encourages a false input even once, it’s not worth it. This has become an expected standard with electric vehicles, at least for this reviewer. them again in the future. Worked with Jacob, who was very nice. Description:  Used 2018 Nissan LEAF SV for sale - $17,499 - 17,595 miles with Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Heated Seats, Android Auto, Cold Weather Package, CarPlay. Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF SV FWD for sale - $18,450 - 12,077 miles with Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Technology Package, Blind Spot Monitoring, Heat Package, Heated Seats, Android Auto, Cold Weather Package, CarPlay, Value Package, SE Package, Security Package, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Remote Start, Cargo Package, Transmission:  1-Speed Dual Clutch, Description:  Used 2018 Nissan LEAF SL for sale - $16,750 - 23,626 miles with Leather Seats, Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Remote Start, Blind Spot Monitoring, Heated Seats, Android Auto, CarPlay. The 7-inch touchscreen offers easily understandable menus with some helpful hard buttons for those who aren’t that savvy, and you get HD and satellite radio, plus real-time traffic for the navigation system. Nissan claims you’ll be able to avoid using the brake pedal altogether in 90% of stopping situations, and I can confirm that the car will indeed come to a complete stop without using the brake pedal—even on some of the very aggressive hills around the San Francisco Bay area. The Leaf has gone from the only player in the game to a distant runner up in a very short time. And if you only want to see cars with a single owner, recent price drops, photos, or available financing, our filters can help with that too. Highly recommend. Like my local Nissan dealer, this one had too high a price for the car I was interested in. When the Leaf first came out, it was a visual outlier. Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF SV FWD for sale - $17,995 - 6,475 miles with Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Premium Wheels, Backup Camera, Remote Start, Transmission:  Automatic, Color:  Scarlet Ember Tintcoat, Experience was good no high pressure selling, Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF SV FWD for sale - $18,995 - 461 miles with Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Remote Start, Heat Package, Heated Seats, Android Auto, Cold Weather Package, CarPlay, Color:  Brilliant Silver Metallic. Lifting further will induce engine braking that will actually bring the car to a stop. Its total range falls behind the competition's, but the Leaf offers more space than most with 23.6 cubic feet of storage in the trunk and 30 with the rear seats folded. The infotainment screen increases to 8 inches, and more importantly, they offer over-the-air updates, so you’ll always stay up to date. Car had 2000 more miles than listed, they were unwilling to adjust price for that. If the idea of being restricted to 150 miles per charge doesn’t appeal to you, the Leaf's S Plus, SV Plus, and SL Plus trims should catch your interest. The Bolt’s system isn’t as comprehensive, and the Kona offers similar tech only in its top trim. The sales guy called me Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF S FWD for sale - $15,499 - 3,034 miles with Steel Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Very helpful, very responsive. 35 Great Deals out of 7,225 listings starting at, 65 Great Deals out of 1,610 listings starting at, 85 Great Deals out of 2,565 listings starting at, 71 Great Deals out of 3,943 listings starting at, 17 Great Deals out of 1,195 listings starting at, 3 Great Deals out of 735 listings starting at, 3 Great Deals out of 720 listings starting at. I’ll be looking for another vehicle after the first of the year. Although I didn’t ultimately purchase the particular vehicle I was looking at with this dealer, the response and help received was bar none! Now the Leaf is in its second generation, and a lot of the older car's weak points have been addressed. It seems a cruel omission that the same feature isn’t offered with the smaller screen, but I suppose Nissan needs to justify the Plus' price increase any way it can. I never went in person because I don't want to have to And the Leaf Plus also gets a performance advantage beyond range. Crash-test information from the government’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is not available at this time, but the independent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) awarded the 2018 model top marks in its Moderate Overlap Front, Side, and Head Restraint and Seat tests. With an $895 destination charge, the final price came to $38,315 before federal or state rebates. Later I The Small Overlap Front test and the Roof Strength test have not been conducted for 2018 or 2019, and it should be noted that when they were last done for the previous-generation Leaf, the Roof test was awarded a top score of Good, but Small Overlap Front received a Poor rating, the IIHS’ worst score. see him after I pick up my daughter. drove to dealership and was met buy Gary the Thanks Team Faulkner With an EPA-rated range of 150 miles, Nissan has equipped the Leaf to handle daily driving duty for commutes less than 2 hours each way. They I found it to be dangerously counterintuitive. Description:  Used 2018 Nissan LEAF SV for sale - $14,500 - 30,951 miles with Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Android Auto, CarPlay, Drop off at your front door they are great, Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF SV Plus FWD for sale - $25,595 - 255 miles with Safety Package, Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Technology Package, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Heated Seats, Cold Weather Package, Color:  Brilliant Silver. I was given a decent amount for trade in. The original Leaf could travel barely more than 70 miles on a full charge. The Plus trims offer some upgrades, however. I’m also in vehicle sales, I’d never waste someone’s time like that. I was told a vehicle was sold the night before I was supposed to come in. The speedometer lives within a traditional binnacle, rather than above it, and the new audio system is a big improvement with standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay—as long as you don’t get the base S trim. This is a low-level suite of semi-autonomous safety features that will steer, brake, and accelerate your car in single-lane situations—on the highway and in stop-and-go traffic. © 2020 CarGurus, Inc., All Rights Reserved. They responded quickly just changed minde, Description:  Used 2019 Nissan LEAF SL Plus FWD for sale - $26,499 - 3,786 miles with Leather Seats, Navigation System, Adaptive Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Backup Camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Heated Seats. Some people even called it an eyesore. While the regular Leaf’s motor offers the equivalent of 147 horsepower, the 160kW motor in the Plus offers the equivalent of 216 hp. Sorry. I have been in contact with a Miranda and she has been very helpful.

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