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About Nissan Leaf:
The Leaf represents the future of transportation, or maybe it’s merely an EV that’s fine around town but dies after about 84 miles on a charge. SV and SL models have greater battery capacity, giving them 107 miles of range—which is tops among compact EVs—but drivers might still be haunted by anxiety over that limited range. After all, it can take eight hours to fully recharge its lithium-ion batteries. The Leaf works as a second car for some, but it’s a poor only car for almost everyone else.
The only car here sold exclusively as an electric should ace this test, right? Nissan’s expensive and risky clean-sheet approach should give it no excuses for falling short of outright total domination. And indeed, the Leaf does a lot of things very well.
It and the Focus are the luxury cars of the test. They both deliver lots of interior space, a pillow-top ride, and the most amenities. Though there are less-expensive S and SV versions of the Leaf, all are equipped with heated seats both front and rear plus a heated steering wheel, which is nice when you’re trying to conserve range by not running the more energy-intensive cabin heater. However, Nissan neglected to install a telescoping steering column.
Except for a few too many pieces of hard interior plastic, everything about the Leaf is soft, from the cushy leather buckets to the way the steering and suspension respond to driver inputs. The Leaf lists and rolls with languid motions, like a sailboat tacking in a middling swell. It is happiest when following taillights in city traffic. The brakes are only just adequate.