Rolling off the production line from November 16, the MY20 LEAF doesn't mix things up too much – so we won't go into tremendous detail on the technical side of things. If you want to find out our thoughts on it, you can find our review of the 40kWh version here, and our review of the e+ 62kWh version here. Suffice to say, we like both.
What Nissan has done with the MY20 LEAF is essentially offer the same, but for slightly less – which is good news. We'll highlight the enhancements further down, so without further ado, here's how the model range stacks up.
The intelligent rear view mirror is a £395 option on N-Connecta versions and standard on Tekna cars. It has a built-in LCD monitor so drivers can switch between displaying the rear camera view, or the standard rear view mirror – depending on preference.
Blind spot intervention is standard across all models, adding to the LEAF's safety features. Another range-standard feature is a new steering wheel which now adjusts for reach as well as rake. Finally, on N-Connecta models and up, the LEAF gets a new shark fin antenna.
A new body colour – Ceramic Grey – is available for £745, or if combined with Pear Black Metallic for a two-tone design, £1095.
Order books are open now.
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