2023 Nissan Leaf Exterior

What's New for the 2023 Nissan Leaf?

The electric car for Nissan has a few changes for this year. They focus mostly on styling stuff like a new grille and front bumper, as well as some new lighting options. There are also a few changes to the trims

2023 Leaf Trims and Features

The first trim level is called the Nissan Leaf S. The big draw of the vehicle is to let you drive an EV at a lower price tag.

One of the major features of this vehicle is the e-Pedal. This allows you to decelerate the electric motor as soon as you stop pushing down on it. This one pedal approach helps to reduce wear.

This includes more options as well, such as the intelligent key, which helps you more quickly unlock the vehicle with the gob. It has the standard CarPlay and Android Auto. It has auto climate control for keeping the temperature where you want it. It also has driver assist features like auto braking and other assets.

The Nissan Leaf SV Plus is the high-end option, and it gives you LED headlights, which are even brighter than usual, while also saving some power. You get the heated front seats, heated side mirrors, and even the ProPilot Assist suite. This helps you get some help with driving while also making your ride more accessible and safer.

2023 Nissan Leaf Interior

2023 Nissan Leaf Horsepower

The horsepower for this vehicle is a total of 147 hp with a 40 kWh battery along with a 110 kWh electric motor to go with it. This makes for a full range of about 149 miles for this electric vehicle.

Nissan Leaf Safety

The ProPilot Assist suite has adaptive cruise control, for example. This safety and assist feature makes it so that you can always maintain a safe distance between your car and whatever's in front of you. The vehicle can speed up or slow down based on what traffic is doing, for example.

You also get the standard auto braking with pedestrian detection as well as the blind-spot monitoring complete with the cross traffic alert. The adaptive cruise control is an extra option. It has a semi-autonomous driving mode.

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