2020/11/15 | Test drive
A New Nissan Leaf Awaits You!
It has quickly taken the lead in 2012 when it appeared for the first time on the North American market and it hasn’t ceased to impress even eight years later. The new Nissan Leaf will continue to bring you pleasure for years to come; it is 100% electric and possesses an added autonomy in 2020.
Alma Nissan, proud partner of the L’Ami Junior group in Lac-Saint-Jean unveils both versions of the 2020 Nissan Leaf, something to make you daydream!
Long Live the Electric Car!
In 2020, the Nissan Leaf is delivered to you in two versions: Nissan Leaf SV and Nissan Leaf Plus (S, SV and SL). The SV version can count on a 40 kWh battery, giving it 243 km of autonomy and unleashing 147 horsepower along with 236 lb-ft of torque.
As for the Plus version, it is equipped with a 62 kWh battery which ensures it an autonomy of 363 km, which is way better than the average of other electric vehicles. The Plus version develops 214 horsepower and 236 lb-ft of torque. You will thus be in command of a compact car which possesses good acceleration and downshifting strengths on the road.
With its unique e-Pedal system, you will have fun using the accelerating pedal in almost every situation, since when you lower the strength on the pedal to begin breaking, it will immobilize itself. You will take a liking of this unusual system from Nissan, which adds to the security and preventive driving features.
But what really distinguishes the Nissan Leaf from other electric vehicles is undoubtedly its numerous storage spaces, its large trunk and its very user-friendly and quite practical tailgate. Let’s take it even further: the Leaf is super comfortable, its seats are perfectly designed and the rear passengers will have lots of room.
It comes with multiple functionalities, starting with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, the USB port, the auxiliary plugs, the Bluetooth as well as vocal recognition. The Leaf is secure with its imminent impact warning system with pedestrian detector and autonomous breaking and its lateral and rear obstacle alerts. Let’s not forget that the Leaf is also equipped with lane exit warning and lane-keeping assistance, a drowsiness alert, a 360-degree camera, and so much more.
The Most Affordable Electric Car on the Market
The 2020 Nissan Leaf, at an exceptionally low price in Canada, is also highlighted by the expert Alain McKenna: “… the Leaf in its basic version remains one of the most affordable 100% electric vehicles in Canada*”.
Not only will you be at the wheel of a 100% family sedan, but your initiative in buying a new 2020 Nissan Leaf will contribute to improving the fate of the planet. The Japanese designer insists on this environmental dimension and poses concrete acts to diminish greenhouse gases. This said designer has been a pioneer with its 100% electric Leaf in 2012.
You now have all the reasons to buy a Leaf and launch yourself for adventure everywhere in Quebec and in Canada. It is comfortable and has plenty of luggage room, it possesses an added autonomy in its Plus version and it is hyperquiet. If you are a fan of electric vehicles, know that the Leaf ranks itself as a leader and kept this position during all those years. It is reliable, durable and quite ecoenergetic.
Alma Nissan: The One Who Makes You Save Big!
When we are looking for a car dealership, we first of all choose the brand of course. Then, we opt for a dealership for its prices, its service and its know-how. Alma Nissan perfectly answers all of these criteria. In business for a long time, the people at Alma Nissan are welcoming, professional and straightforward.
Since they thoroughly know the Nissan products, they will be able to advise you, to present you all the options that are offered to you and guide you in your final choice. Even more interesting, Alma Nissan offers you financing solutions adapted to your situation on top of offering unbeatable prices. Come discover the Nissan leaf now, we will be waiting for you
* Alain McKenna, « En attendant l’Ariya »,L’Annuel de l’automobile 2021, Montreal, La Presse Editions, p. 533.