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2023 Nissan Leaf on the road

All New 2023 Nissan LEAF® is Here!

What’s New in the 2023 Nissan LEAF®?  

With updated exterior styling and new aluminum-alloy wheels for the 2023 model year, Nissan’s all-electric LEAF will continue to play a significant part in the automaker’s swiftly accelerated drive to electrification. The 2023 LEAF, already on sale, will come in two grade levels: the LEAF S and the LEAF SV PLUS. The streamlined model lineup reflects the consolidated most popular features and technologies. Even though it had an odd appearance and a limited driving range, it was quietly strutting its kilowatts on the streets before any Tesla left the factory and demonstrated there was interest in EVs. The current Leaf, which is of the second generation, has evolved with more conventional styling and a greater driving range. Give this blog page by Palm Springs Nissan a quick read to understand what’s new in the 2023 Nissan LEAF®.  

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2023 Nissan LEAF® parked on a road

How Advanced is the Driver-Assist Technology in the 2023 Nissan LEAF®?

2023 Nissan LEAF® Driver-Assist Technology 

Nissan hit the jackpot in the world of electric vehicles with its LEAF model. Drivers who love fully-electric vehicles with zero emissions were instantly attracted to this vehicle. Now, the latest 2023 Nissan LEAF® is out on the market. The new EV is more stylish, advanced, and powerful than its predecessors. 

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The 2022 Nissan Leaf on a road at night

A Trim Level Guide to the 2022 Nissan Leaf

What Are the Trim Levels of the 2022 Nissan Leaf? 

With more people taking an increased interest in the EV segment of the automotive industry, automakers are trying to experiment more in this area and offer vehicles that come at an affordable price. The Nissan Leaf is one such electric vehicle that not only provides a wide range of options in its trim levels but also comes at a budget-friendly price. With a starting MSRP of $27,400, the Leaf is one of the most inexpensive EVs on the market. This blog by Palm Springs Nissan in Cathedral City, CA, aims to talk a bit about the trim levels of the 2022 Nissan Leaf so that you can choose the one that fits your bill.  

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The 2022 Nissan Leaf on a long road ahead

The 2022 Nissan Leaf Comes with Upgraded Features and an Affordable Price Tag

What Makes the 2022 Nissan Leaf a Great Electric Vehicle? 

As more and more people keep gravitating towards the EV segment of the automotive industry, it becomes imperative to examine the reason for this shift. The industry has long depended on vehicles powered by conventional engines, but the latest insurgence of EVs has shifted the needle to quite an extent. With the 2022 Nissan Leaf, it is expected that electric vehicles shall become more accessible and much sought after. So, what makes the 2022 Nissan Leaf a great electric vehicle? Is it its affordability or the fact that it now comes with more features than ever? Join Palm Springs Nissan in Cathedral City, CA, in learning more about the model.  

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2022 Nissan LEAF side profile

Which electric car is the best for me?

Best Electric Car Ever  

EVs are gradually getting so popular that new and more models are being launched in the market every day. But which electric vehicle is the best for you? Nissan has many EVs coming out this year, including the new Nissan Ariya, but the highlight is the Nissan LEAF. Read about the best electric car ever- the Nissan LEAF here by Palm Springs Nissan. Then look at our new inventory here in Cathedral City, CA!  

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2021 Leaf rear exterior view

How much does it cost to charge the 2021 Nissan Leaf?

You Can Fully Charge Your 2021 Nissan Leaf for Less than $10

Here at Palm Springs Nissan in Cathedral City, CA, we get a lot of question about EVs. Many of them are about range and charging at home, both of which are important. However, one of our favorite question to answers is this:

“How much does it cost to charge a 2021 Nissan Leaf?” It varies, but it’s less than you pay for full tank of gas, by a lot.

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2021 Leaf partial front view

What’s a good and cheap electric car to buy?

Autotrader Names the Affordable 2021 Nissan Leaf in Top 10 EVs of 2021

Here at Palm Springs Nissan in Cathedral City, CA, we get a lot of questions about electric vehicles. Which we love! EVs are an excellent alternative to gas-powered vehicles. And Nissan has an excellent option on the form of the Nissan Leaf. But don’t take our word for it.

According to Autotrader, the 2021 Nissan Leaf in a good, inexpensive electric car to buy.

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2021 Leaf frontal exterior view

How far can the 2021 Nissan Leaf go on a single charge?

2021 Nissan Leaf Single-charge Range

When it comes to electric vehicles, range anxiety is one of the major hurdles for many people. No one wants to be stranded in the middle of nowhere because they ran out of juice.

How far can the 2021 Nissan Leaf go a single charge? Well, that depends on the model you choose. Keep reading to find out which models have the highest range.

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2020 LEAF name badge

Is the Nissan LEAF eligible for the $7,500 federal tax credit?

Does the Nissan LEAF get the electric vehicle federal tax discount?

Electric vehicles are great. They have super fast acceleration thanks to their instant low-end torque. They’re zero emission operation. They’re quiet. They’re cheaper to charge than a gas tank is to fill. And many EVs are eligible for the $7,500 tax credit. How about the 2020 Nissan LEAF?

Is the Nissan LEAF eligible for the $7,500 US federal tax credit?

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2022 Ariya parked on wet tarmac

Does Nissan have any electric cars?

Ariya: The All-New Nissan Crossover EV is Set to Hit Market in 2021

With electric vehicles becoming more and more popular, automakers have been pouring a lot of resources into developing new all-electric models. The results have been incredible. While Nissan have been in the EV game for a while, they’ve recently unveiled their first all-electric crossover.

Let’s take a look at both of the Nissan electric vehicles, the upcoming Ariya and the best-selling LEAF.

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