The 2020 Nissan LEAF Promises a Longer Driving Range in One of Top Electric Vehicles

With any version of the Nissan LEAF, you know you're driving the finest EV on the market. The Charlotte and Salisbury areas have more publics charging stations these days, accommodating drivers like you who care about the environment and want to skip the costly gas costs needed for driving around. The upcoming 2020 Nissan LEAF is still a ways off from becoming available, but we expect it to carry the same amazing features and long driving range as the current edition. Come on over to our Concord, NC Nissan dealership today and learn the latest about our lineup of new LEAF models.

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What's New for 2020?

We don't expect the 2020 LEAF to carry major changes, though there are early reports that the LEAF Plus model will have an even greater driving range, after it was recently extended to allow more mileage on a single charge. As with many of the upcoming 2020 Nissan editions making their way to our Concord dealership, the new LEAF might get some more safety features and other subtle changes.

Performance and Capabilities

Obviously an EV like the LEAF will offer a little different driving experience around Kannapolis, Matthews and Mooresville than traditional gas-powered vehicles. With the regular LEAF, the electric motor - powered by a 40-kWh battery - provides a 150-mile driving range, with a smooth 147-horsepower output. Moving up to the LEAF Plus grants you 226 miles of driving range from Monroe to Huntersville and beyond, with that upgraded version using a 214-horsepower electric motor. The new 2020 version might extend that driving range even further with improvements to its battery pack.

Safety and Technology

The LEAF has really made big leaps as far as features and technology in its past few editions, and the 2020 version is bound to add even more. The safety features available in the LEAF, like blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert are complemented by the optional Nissan ProPilot Assist suite, which blends lane departure warning and intervention, pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control and more through a system of radars, cameras and sensors to provide semiautonomous driving in certain situations. Along with those driver aids, you'll have plenty of handy infotainment features offered in the new 2020 LEAF as well. Learn more about when the next LEAF model is due by coming over to Modern Nissan of Concord today.