Changes to the 2023 Nissan LEAF
Among the changes for the 2023 Nissan LEAF are updates to the grille, headlamps, and bumper, which have improved aerodynamics. Multi-spoke wheels now crown the tires and the Nissan badge gets illumination. The previous lineup of five trims has now gone down to two: the entry-level S and the mid-level SV Plus.
When equipped with a 60-kWh battery and a 160-kW motor with 214 horsepower, the 2023 Nissan Leaf can run up to an EPA-estimated range of 212 miles on a single charge. You can charge at home from a 24-volt outlet, power up at over 6,000 public quick-charging DC stations, or use a standard 120-volt outlet.
Making It Your Own
Make the 2023 Nissan LEAF your own around Vandalia, OH, with such exterior colors as Scarlet Ember or Deep Blue Pearl, or with a two-tone version that uses a Pearl White TriCoat for the body and Super Black for the roof. Depending on the trim, you get either 16-inch steel wheels with covers or 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels.
The Nissan LEAF protects its riders as well as any gas-powered vehicle. But you don't have to take our word for it at Beau Townsend Nissan. Instead, turn to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which awarded its highest Five-Star Overall Safety Rating to the vehicle from 2021 to 2022
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