2013 Nissan Leaf now in its third model year remains the most electric car battery volume sold in the United States. It was the first modern battery in powered vehicle sold by a major automaker in decades and has launched along with the new era of plug-in electric cars. 2013 Nissan Leaf has been updated slightly lower prices and equipment with a new base trim level added and is now built on Nissan’s assembly plant in Smyrna Tennessee. Ignore the concerns that electric cars are not “real cars”, the five-door hatchback Leaf is easy to drive keeps up with traffic and transport four people five people comfortably when needed. Buyers who can afford to pay higher initial enjoy running costs only a fifth to a third of gasoline cars according to their local electric rates 2013 Nissan Leaf.
2013 Nissan Leaf Interior
2013 Nissan Leaf keeps striking and distinctive lines of the model launched in with a body that swells around the wheels lights at the top of the bell that sweep back almost to the base of the tail lights and containing vertical windshield tape red LEDs mounted high along the edges of the tailgate. Instead of admitting air to the radiator grille has the 2013 Nissan Leaf has a cargo door-mounted port in the center of your nose. Distinguish between the models is easy: S car base sheet using steel wheels 16-inch wheels with plastic covers instead of alloy wheels installed on all previous 2013 Nissan Leaf. Models of SL level on the other side can be identified by small solar panels mounted on the roof spoiler on the tailgate.
2013 Nissan Leaf Performance
The electric motor that drives the front wheels of the 2013 Nissan Leaf puts out 80 kilowatts or about 107 horsepower. Its top speed is limited to 90 mph to save energy but will drive the electric car 3,200 pounds from 0 to 60 mph in less than 10 seconds but hardly suitable for hot daily traffic. Behind the wheel of the sheet feels something similar apparatus with direction and numb handling and roadholding are competent, but hardly an incentive to pull the sheet around like a sport sedan.
Unlike many hybrids and plug it in selling the Leaf runs on battery only no engine to provide power as well. Flat car has the battery pack of lithium-ion 24-kilowatt-hour that extends under the rear seat as well. Recharged by connecting it to the mains using a level above 2 240-volt charging station that 2,013 dealers Nissan Leaf will be installed at a cost that varies depending on its Leaf electric service can also be recharged using standard 110 volt wall current, but may take up to 20 hours for a fully discharged battery. New for 2013 is a 6.6 kilowatt charger standard on all but the base S model blade that cuts the recharge time for a fully depleted battery in about 4 hours compared with 7 to 10 hours for models above a 3.3 kW charger 2013 Nissan Leaf.
2013 Nissan Leaf Safety
The 2013 Nissan Leaf smartphone application allows owners to manage the load time of preheating and pre-cool the cabin while the car is plugged in and control the vehicle in other ways. The car will alert you when charging is done or if you stop before it is complete The same functions can also be accessed from the home screen of the car The biggest concern with the 2013 Nissan Leaf is its range, which is expected to have a rating of 75 thousand. This is not directly comparable to the previous year’s 73 miles, although the new 2013 Nissan Leaf rating by combining the 66 mile range achieved if the battery is charged to 80 percent capacity for greater duration and produced by 84 miles on a full charge. Autonomy total electricity has increased by 15 percent from last year 73 miles on a full charge for 84 this year, but this is not immediately clear from the comparison of the ratings of two years. As before the cold weather and high speeds the battery range can be reduced to one third depending on how you drive the car. The sheet is probably the only car of a home, although electric car drivers say their “anxiety self” diminishes rapidly as they gain confidence in their performances in 2013 Nissan Leaf.