2020 Nissan LEAF

What's New For the 2020 Nissan LEAF?

In 2020, the Nissan Leaf gets an improved fuel economy with an electric motor and battery. This year's Leaf also receives some notable changes to its appearance and its list of features. The outside is outfitted with updated front and rear fascias that have blue accents for a striking finish. The charge port door also has a new logo plate. The Leaf's new all-blue look continues on the inside with contrast stitching dressing up the steering wheel, instrument panel, and seats.

On the technology front, the 2020 Leaf provides customers with a more extensive standard infotainment system this year that is eight inches instead of seven. Along with its larger size, the infotainment system this year also has a better resolution. Like its predecessor, this year's Nissan Leaf has plenty of power and quick acceleration for a sporty feel on the road. It also has agile and responsive handling.

2020 Leaf Trims & Features

There are three variants of the 2020 Nissan Leaf. The base model is called the S. It is followed by the SV and SL. The S has a generous assortment of base amenities. It comes standard with Nissan's intelligent key and automatic emergency braking. Automatic temperature control ensures everyone's comfort in both rows. With an onboard charger and hill-start assist, getting behind the wheel of the S is a relaxing and confidence-inspiring experience.

The SV has the same features and a few more standard amenities, primarily in the field of technology. The SV's infotainment system is upgraded with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and voice-activated navigation. This infotainment display also features NissanConnect navigation and support services. The SL, which is the top trim level, has a comfortable and more luxurious cabin with leather seats that are heated in the front row. This trim gets more standard safety technology and a higher-end Bose sound system with seven speakers.

2020 Nissan LEAF Interior

2020 Nissan Leaf Horsepower

The 2020 Nissan Leaf comes with an electric mechanical system. Across the board, the Nissan Leaf is powered by an electric motor and a 40 kWh battery. The motor that powers all three Leaf trims is a 110 kW AC synchronous electric motor. There is another 6.6 kW charger onboard the Leaf to help you recharge as needed. This battery and motor combination generates up to 147 HP and 236 LB-FT of torque. An automatic transmission is standard across the board, and you have an option for several drive modes to maximize performance and efficiency.

Nissan Leaf Safety

Safety is accounted for in the 2020 Leaf, which offers an assortment of standard and available driver-assist technologies. As with most vehicles, the list of standard and available safety technologies that you can get varies by trim. The base model comes equipped with cruise control, while intelligent cruise control is standard on the two higher trims. An advanced airbag system is standard across the board as well. Blind-spot monitoring, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, and either regular or intelligent forward collision warning are safety amenities that come standard or available with your Leaf, depending on the trim level and packages that you choose.

LEAF Questions

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