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The second generation Leaf might seem to be an enticing electric vehicle at first blush. It offers decent--albeit limited--driving range and a low entry price. The base model is thousands less than the entry-level versions of the Chevrolet Bolt and Tesla Model 3, even before federal or state tax incentives.
Nissan Leaf Road Test

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Shoppers should consider the optional 62-kWh battery model, which has a longer estimated range of 226 miles and more power. The top trim SL comes with desirable features such as blind-spot warning, heated seats and steering wheel. An additional package includes automatic emergency braking with ped...
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4-door hatchback SL electric-cyl 1-speed Direct
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