2019 Nissan LEAF

The New 2019 Nissan LEAF Blends Clean, Electric Driving With Premium Technology 

While plenty of versions of this electric car have been around for years, the new 2019 Nissan LEAF offers a blend of eco-friendly driving with the kinds of modern tech features you want for driving around Newton, Statesville and Lincolnton. The first LEAF models marked the start of a mass-market electric car segment, and since then, Nissan's made its popular green car even better, extending its battery range and adding in all kinds of equipment you'd like in any vehicle. Visit our Nissan dealership in Hickory, NC today and see if the new 2019 LEAF is the right option for you.

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2019 Nissan LEAF: What's New?

The big change for the 2019 Nissan LEAF that shoppers from Gastonia, Lake Norman and Morganton will appreciate is its larger battery pack. That means a longer driving range between charges, amplifying your versatility in your LEAF from in-town, clean driving to longer trips on the highways around North Carolina. While not a change in the actual model, with more public charging stations available around Hickory and Newton, you won't have to always return home to boost up your battery pack.

Performance and Capabilities

The powertrain of the 2019 LEAF is a 110-kilowatt electric motor, which produces 147 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque. That last figure for performance actually helps the relatively lightweight LEAF get moving swiftly from a standstill, making sure you have the levels of acceleration and power you'll want for your daily commutes around Gastonia and Lake Norman. On a full charge of its battery pack, you'll have 150 miles of driving range. With a household style outlet, charging takes up to 35 hours, while using a special 220-volt charging station, it takes 7.5 hours to go from empty to full.

Safety and Technology

Like other Nissan models, the LEAF is outfitted with a bunch of features. You start with the usual suspects like Bluetooth and a USB port to connect with a small display screen, while upgrades in higher trims add touchscreen controls, navigation, smartphone integration and improved sound equipment. For safety, you get forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking as standard features, with a blind-spot monitoring and other driver aids available. Check out the new and improved 2019 LEAF by visiting Modern Nissan of Hickory today.