2014 Nissan LEAF Overview
What’s New for the 2014 Nissan LEAF
There will be slight changes for the small electric car in the 2014 model year with a new standard backup camera system on all grades, an updated electronic vehicle information technology system, which will include voice destination entry and SMS readout, and a reduced price on a new entry-level S grade.
2014 Nissan LEAF Exterior
The new LEAF sports an aerodynamic silhouette that smoothly sweeps from front to back. With a charging port at the front of the car and a compact physique, there’s no denying the 2014 model year’s spunk.
2014 Nissan LEAF Performance
With an 80kW AC Synchronous motor and lithium ion batteries powering the electric car, the LEAF gets about 107 horsepower and 207 lb-ft. of torque, making it a truly fun ride. The suspension of the car is straightforward with some great handling skills one might not expect from a compact car.
2014 Nissan LEAF Efficiency
The electric powered LEAF has an 84-mile range, which is the equivalent of 106 mpg and significantly higher than the previous year’s model. A full charge using a 240-volt outlet takes only six hours.
2014 Nissan LEAF Interior
Modernistic styling combines with futuristic touches in the 2014 LEAF with a two-stage gauge pod and a palm knob shift control, which matches the top-notch technology perfectly. For such a compact car, the interior provides plenty of room for five passengers while also utilizing recyclable materials in the majority of the materials used.
2014 Nissan LEAF Safety
A backup camera system is now standard for all 2014 LEAFs, making sure you remain safe whenever you’re in reverse. While it still hasn’t undergone government crash tests, standard anti-locking brake systems and a plethora of airbags are sure to keep the driver and passengers safe if an accident were to occur.