2021 Nissan Leaf

What's New For the 2021 Nissan Leaf?

The Nissan Leaf has minimal changes for 2021. The Nissan Leaf is part of the second Leaf generation that launched in 2018. It stands out for its efficiency and range. The same lineup and mechanical configurations return for the Leaf this year. You can also choose the Leaf Plus in addition to the regular Leaf. Many standard and available features are offered for both.

Which Trims & Features Are Available in 2021?

The 2021 Nissan Leaf comes in three trims. The first is the S. Next in line is the SV, followed by the SL. You'll get keyless entry, automatic climate control, and a tilt-telescopic steering wheel with the S. An eight-inch touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay is included. Smartphone integration is also available at the base level. A handful of safety features are included for the base trim, and you can choose an optional charging package for extra efficiency.

The second trim, which is the SV, adds the charge package. It has more safety features and luxury with a leather-wrapped steering wheel and integrated navigation. The audio system has higher quality as well. Several packages are offered for the SV, including a Technology package with LED lighting and a power-adjustable driver's seat. You can get a panoramic camera for safety as well. An all-weather package is also available with heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a cabin heater, and heated side mirrors. The top trim, which is the SL, adds all previous packages plus leather seats and a Bose sound system.

2021 Nissan Leaf Interior

How Much Power Does the Nissan Leaf Have?

The Nissan Leaf is powered by a 40 kWh battery that gets about 150 miles in range. The regular Nissan Leaf produces about 147 HP. The Leaf Plus comes with a more powerful 60 kWh battery, and its range increases to 226 miles. The Leaf Plus also has a more powerful electric motor that produces 214 HP. A DC battery charging pack is standard on the Leaf Plus and optional on the Leaf.

2021 Leaf Safety Technologies

The 2021 Nissan Leaf gets the Safety Shield 360 package with automatic emergency braking, lane-keep assist, rear collision warning, and blind-spot monitoring. A surround-view camera is added to the top trims, along with LED headlights.

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