Nissan Leaf 36 kWh
Year of production
Brief description of Nissan Leaf
Nissan Leaf is the most advanced electric car in its class. It gives you a smart way to enjoy the thrill of driving. Its iconic curved lines, spacious interior and upgraded technology, such as the e-Pedal function to accelerate, decelerate and stop with a simple movement, make driving Nissan Leaf an exciting experience. Leaf's energy-efficient design ensures a comfortable and quiet ride.
Expert opinion by Top Rent A Car
Nissan Leaf electric car rental offers technology with a range of driving modes, adaptive cruise control and power of 147 hp with zero emissions. Enjoy the new entertainment system with 8-inch touch screen with built-in navigation, rear view camera, lane departure warning, intelligent emergency stop with automatic pedestrian recognition, high beam assistant and much more.
Charging Nissan Leaf
The battery has a usable capacity of 36 kWh. The electric car is equipped with an internal charger, which offers AC charging with power up to 7 kW. It is fully charged from the household electrical network in 16 hours. If you charge from the public network, it would take up to 7 hours аnd 30 minutes on an AC station and about 60 minutes on a DC station.
The connectors that Nissan Leaf has are:
- for slow charging station AC - Type 2
- for fast charging station DC – CHAdeMO
*Note that the charging time depends on the charging conditions, including the type and condition of the charger, the temperature of the battery, as well as the ambient temperature at the charging point. The indicated fast charge time (DC station) requires the use of a CHAdeMO type charger.
|Brand||Nissan||Battery capacity||40 kWh (usable 36 kWh)|
|Model||Leaf||Maximum mileage (WLTP)||270 km*|
|Coupe type||Hatchback||Maximum speed||147 km/h|
|Fuel type||Electricity||Average consumption||16.5 kWh /100 km|
|Seats||5||Acceleration from 0 to 100 km||7.3 sec|
|Doors||5||Power||110 kW (150 hp)|
|Trunk volume||435 l||Weight||1505 kg|
|Drive wheel||Front-wheel drive|
*Note that mileage varies depending on driving style, load, weather conditions or heating use.