With nearly 600,000 examples sold since its initial introduction, the Nissan Leaf is one of the world’s most popular electric vehicles. Now in its second generation, the battery-powered compact continues to entice buyers with its decent performance, spacious interior, and incredible value for money. With a base MSRP of $27,400 before incentives, it’s no surprise the Leaf is so popular.
But to keep the electric hatch fresh, Nissan has bestowed the European model with several styling and tech updates. The facelifted Leaf now sports Nissan’s new logo on the front and rear, while new alloy wheels (available in 16- or 17-inches) give a sportier feel, says the brand. Painted in black, we’re not sure the rather avant-garde design will appeal to all. Still, at least it’s unique. Furthermore, A refreshed lineup of paint options gives buyers more choice, with Universal Blue and Magnetic Blue joining the already broad color range.
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