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Nissan Leaf e+ 62 kWh Tech Specs

from: 2019

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Price in the United States of America (USD)
Base Price (MSRP) Destination Charge Effective Price
$36,040 $1,095 $37,135

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Price in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (GBP)
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Price in Germany (EUR)
Preis inkl. MwSt. Umweltbonus Effective Price
41.100 € -6.750 € 34.350 €

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Battery Capacity Gross/Useable 62​/​56 kWh

Range (WLTP) 385 km 239.2 mi

Minimal Consumption (WLTP) 18.5 kWh/100 km 29.8 kWh/100 mi

Acceleration 0-100 km/h 6.9 s

Acceleration 0-60 mph 6.7 s

Performance Specs

  • Power: compare 160 kW (214 hp)
  • Torque: compare 340 Nm 251 lb-ft
  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Drive: compare Front
  • Acceleration 0-60 mph: compare 6.7 s
  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h: compare 6.9 s
  • Acceleration 0-62 mph: 6.9 s
  • Top Speed: compare 157 km/h 98 mph
  • Quarter Mile (402.3 m): compare 15 s

Official Range and Energy Consumption (Combined)

  • WLTP Range (TEL*): compare 385 km 239.2 mi
  • WLTP Consumption (TEL*): compare 18.5 kWh/100 km 29.8 kWh/100 mi
  • Petrol/Gasoline equivalent: 2.08 l/100 km 113.2 MPGe

* TEL (Test Energy Low) indicates the lowest values (most economical) with the lightest set of options
TEH (Test Energy High) indicates the highest values (least economical) with the heaviest set of options


  • Battery Type: Lithium-ion
  • Battery Capacity Gross: compare 62 kWh
  • Battery Capacity Useable: compare 56 kWh

Dimensions and Weights

  • Body Type: Hatchback
  • Length: compare 4490 mm 176.77 in
  • Width: compare 1788 mm 70.39 in
  • Height: compare 1540 mm 60.63 in
  • Wheelbase: 2700 mm 106.3 in
  • Weight: compare 1685 kg 3715 lbs
  • Max Payload: 380 kg 838 lbs
  • Trunk / Boot Space: compare 385 l 13.6 ft3
  • Trunk / Boot Space Max: 1176 l 41.5 ft3
  • Frunk Space: comparedoesn't have a frunk
  • Max Roof Load: 35 kg 77 lbs
  • Ground Clearance: compare 142 mm 5.59 in
  • Min Turning Circle (curb-curb): compare 10.85 m 35.6 ft
  • Tire Standard: 215/50 R17
  • Seats max.: 5


  • AC On-Board Charger Standard: 6.6 kW
  • DC Fast Charging: compare 100 kW
  • DC Charge Port: CHAdeMO
  • Charge Port Location: Front

AC Charging Times (home, work, hotel)

Select State of Charge (SOC):

The maximum on-board charger power of the Nissan Leaf e+ 62 kWh is 6.6 kW.
All figures in the table above are assumed approximate values under optimal conditions.

DC Fast Charging Times

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The maximum fast charging power of the Nissan Leaf e+ 62 kWh is 100 kW.
All figures in the table above are assumed approximate values under optimal conditions.


  • Platform: Leaf
  • Dedicated EV Platform: Yes
  • Drag Coefficient Cd: compare 0.29

Safety - Crash Tests

Nissan Leaf Pros and Cons

  • profile photo of user Martin Martin GB

    Nissan LEAF Tekna E+ Review: An often overlooked EV that’s hard to beat for value for money 9.4

    owner review of Nissan Leaf Tekna E+ 2023

    • Relatively affordable, even by combustion car standards

    • Comes well specced as standard

    • ProPilot makes busy motorway journeys effortless

    • Tried and tested reliability

    • The Nissan Connect EV app makes it easy to stay on top of the LEAF's current charge and location, and remotely control aspects such as pre-heating, flashing the lights, and even unlocking the car

    • Spacious interior space and boot

    • While the light steering does make for relaxing drives, the LEAF is easily influenced by the camber of the road resulting in what feels like misaligned steering

    • The lack of CCS makes the longevity of the LEAF's long road-trip capabilities a little cloudy

    • Interior is a little dated compared to the competition, taking a rather conservative approach

    • While the lack of active thermal management isn’t a major issue for (the lack of) hot days in the UK, a cold battery does negatively impact winter range and charging speeds

    • Low charging speeds compared to newer cars

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  • profile photo of user ElectroDad ElectroDad

    Nissan Leaf - One year and 31,000 km driving an electric car 9.2

    owner review of Nissan Leaf 30 kWh Tekna 2017

    • this is my first electric car and I find driving it every day surprisingly fun even after a full year

    • it has a heat pump that reduces power consumption in cold weather

    • in the winter, Leaf is able to heat sufficiently after just 30 seconds

    • 5 stars, the highest rating in the EuroNCAP crash test

    • after many years of production, “fine-tuned” and reliable drive

    • quiet operation

    • mobile phone application (consumption statistics, option of remote heating and air conditioning, battery status, option to start charging, etc.)

    • Nissan offers a free tow four times a year to a charger if you run out of power

    • battery warranty of eight years/160,000 km

    • very inexpensive regular service (service interval = 30,000 km or 1 year)

    • it has a timer to start charging once the el. rate is cheaper

    • low long-term consumption average of 14.93 kWh after 30,000 km

    • thanks to 80% regenerative braking, the brakes will hold out roughly 3 times longer than those in internal combustion cars

    • solid handling and comfortable suspension thanks in part to the large 270 cm wheelbase

    • decent dynamics in the city and beyond, despite power of “only” 80 kW (110 hp)/254 Nm

    • the charging connector is on the front bumper - ideal location

    • the car feels solid, nothing creaks when driving on uneven road surfaces

    • spacious glovebox

    • the BOSE sound system plays well

    • in infotainment, it is not possible to restrict charging e.g., at 80%

    • by today’s standards, it has a smaller battery capacity of 30 kWh/27 kWh usable

    • relatively wide A (windscreen) pillar

    • buttons on the steering wheel are not placed ergonomically, I cannot get used to them

    • the battery has no active temperature control (presents an issue over long trips with rapid charge)

    • higher weight - 1,570 kg

    • the steering wheel can be adjusted only in one direction (up or down)

    • inconveniently shaped trunk, where space is taken up also by the Bose subwoofer (though it is large enough)

    • somewhat odd-looking exterior design, like an ugly duckling

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