Nissan Leaf For Sale in Namibia

Nissan Leaf For Sale in Namibia

What is Nissan Leaf?

The Nissan Leaf (Japanese: 日産・リーフ, Hepburn: Nissan Rīfu), stylized as LEAF, is a battery-electric powered compact car manufactured by Nissan.

Nissan Leaf For Sale in Namibia

The prices range from N$210,000 to N$270,000 mainly depending on exchange rate, battery condition, accessories included, year and mileage.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a Nissan Leaf price?

2024 Nissan LEAF Pricing

The 2024 Nissan Leaf starts at $28,140. That’s for the S trim, with a maximum range of 149 miles. The SV Plus model starts at $36,190 and can travel up to 212 miles from a full battery.

How long will a Nissan Leaf last?

around ten years

Generally, you should expect the Nissan Leaf to last for around ten years. Because electric car batteries last so long, many outlast other components of the car, so you might get a new car before your battery’s condition becomes an issue.

Why is Nissan discontinuing the LEAF?

The LEAF has lost ground, with sales falling consistently for several years. According to a report from Automotive News last year, Nissan will not be rolling out a next-generation LEAF model. Instead, Nissan is planning for a more modern EV to replace the LEAF, designed for today’s buyers.

How many km can a Nissan Leaf go?

Break free from the grid in the Nissan LEAF e+ with a 385km°° battery range, so you can care less about charging your car and more about charging ahead – it’s 100% electric unleashed.

How much does it cost to replace battery in Nissan Leaf?

Although the Leaf has a lower price tag, it uses a similar battery pack to more expensive EVs. According to Recurrent Auto, the cost of a Nissan Leaf battery replacement (2022 model) ranges from $6,500 to $7,500, including labor. This means you’ll spend more than a third of the price of an all-new Leaf model.

Is Nissan Leaf 100% electric?

Leafs are front-wheel drive cars. The standard Leaf S comes with a 147-horsepower electric motor and a 40.0-kWh battery pack—both dinky by today’s standards. Leaf SV Plus gets a gutsier, 214-hp electric motor and a larger 62.0-kWh battery.

What happens when Nissan Leaf battery dies?

When an electric vehicle nears or reaches a zero percent state of charge, it will limit performance to conserve energy. This means you’ll likely experience slower acceleration than usual and a restricted top speed. The Nissan Leaf, for example, will go into a limp mode when you challenge its limits.

How often does a Nissan Leaf need a new battery?

As more models become electric, drivers need to know this information. The Nissan LEAF battery should be changed every 3-5 years. This is actually a benefit to the driver as this a rather extensive amount of time between services compared to other models and their respective services.

What is the most common problem of Nissan Leaf?

The most common problem is that the brake pads wear out early or that the brakes start locking when used. Thankfully, both of those problems are usually a quick fix. However, both of those problems can make the vehicle a little more expensive to own, and brake failure while you’re on the road can be a serious problem.

What is replacing the Leaf?

And no, it is not the Ariya, Nissan’s second mass-market EV, this compact EV was never planned to be the Leaf’s replacement. What we know now is that Nissan may replace the Leaf with a coupe-like crossover SUV similar to the concept car aptly named “Chill-Out” that the automaker revealed in 2021.