2019 Nissan Leaf | Hudson Nissan of North Charleston


A compact, five-door electric hatchback, the Nissan LEAF has been in production since December 2010. An energy-efficient and environment-friendly vehicle, the Nissan LEAF has won many accolades, even winning the Green Car Vision Award in the first year that it was manufactured. The Nissan LEAF is the world's best-selling highway-capable electric car, popular among environmentally-conscious drivers who also demand performance. Operating on a 60-kWh battery pack, the 2019 Nissan LEAF is equipped to travel 200 miles in total, while producing over 150 HP. This, in addition to the hatchback's SiriusXM® Satellite Radio, CarPlay™, and Android Auto™ make it a great buy.

Improvements in the new Nissan LEAF


With a dramatic increase in battery capacity and mileage, the new Nissan LEAF is capable of traveling 200 miles on one full charge, as a massive upgrade to the 2018 Nissan LEAF which could go 151 miles. Using bigger LG Chem batteries, this car was built to outdo the previous model's range and performance. Charging the Nissan LEAF is also easier and quicker, with the DC Quick Charging which enables drivers to travel up to 90 miles in as low as 30 minutes of charging. Finally, the new Nissan LEAF also offers ProPILOT Assist and a must-awaited ePedal that makes the driving experience more effortless than ever.

Best features of  the new Nissan LEAF


Apart from a 40% increase in range and faster charging, the 2019 Nissan leaf also has major tech upgrades that are worth exploring. Offering ProPILOT Assist and an ePedal, the New Nissan LEAF has transformed the electric hatchback's driving experience. The car also features new upgrades that elevate its safety factor, such as the Rear Door Alert, which reminds the drivers to verify if the back seat doors are locked before driving off. If you are keen on learning more about the new Nissan LEAF's driving experience, contact us at Hudson Nissan of North Charleston so we can assist you.

Why the new Nissan LEAF is worth the penny?


Featuring a greater range per full charge and fast charging, the new Nissan LEAF is most certainly worth its price in value. From new tech upgrades such as the ProPilot Assist and Red Door Alert to better seat upholstering and surprising spaciousness for being a small car, the 2019 Nissan Leaf is an excellent prospect for a new car. The ePedal and well-calibrated driver assist systems make the car's driving experience incredible for an electric hatchback. The new premium Bose Sound System and 5-inch infotainment display add luxury to an extremely affordable car.