Matteo Valenza tells us about the Nissan Leaf E + with 62 kWh battery

Matteo Valenza tells us about the Nissan Leaf E + with 62 kWh battery
Nissan Leaf has been on the market for nearly 10 years now and has sold more than 400,000 cars worldwide; today we offer you a video review by youtuber Matteo Valenza, who tells us about it in detail.

In short, the Nissan Leaf is available in 2 versions, one with a 40 kWh battery pack and 1557 kg weight, and one with 62 kWh battery pack and 1707 kg weight. The two versions ensure respectively 270km and 385km, and the maximum speed of the two models is 144 and 157 km / h.

There are also two charging options, AC and DC, with the charging sockets positioned on the front , hidden near the front grille under a dedicated flap. At 240 V, with a home socket, the machine takes 7 hours and 30 minutes to fully recharge in the 40 kWh version, while for the 62 kWh model it takes 11 hours and 30 minutes. On the other hand, with 480 V fast charging, charging times drop drastically, to 60 and 90 minutes for the two versions.

The 'Vehicle to Home' system is interesting, allowing the Nissan Leaf to transfer energy from car batteries to your home system: ideally you could charge the car at night, when electricity is cheaper, and use it as an energy reserve during the day at peak times.

Pleasant interiors, with seats in heated leather and 5 seats, even if the space in the passenger compartment seems more designed for 4 people; The equipment is also not bad, with a Premium audio system produced by Bose, steering wheel controls, central console with joystick and DAB radio, 7-inch instrument panel and infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen integrated in the dashboard.

The exterior is made with strong lines and sharp edges, a futuristic style that Nissan has decided to maintain despite the trend that is leading electric cars to be much more similar to traditional ones.

The prices of the Nissan Leaf vary between € 29,300 and € 39,950, depending on the model and trim level chosen.

Enjoy Matteo Valenza's video review to discover all the secrets of the Nissan Leaf.

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