The 2011 Nissan Leaf is a brand-new, purpose-built, mass-produced, battery-powered family car and, as such, the very first of its kind in the world.


Standard Motor:


Front-mounted electric motor, front-wheel drive car producing 107 hp and 207 lb-ft of torque. Plug-in driving range is approximately 100 miles.

Average Consumer Rating: 0 stars

Expert Rating: 4.0 stars

2011 Nissan LEAF and Toyota Prius 2011 Nissan LEAF Review – Comparing the LEAF against the Volt and Prius
By Dan Tsuchiya

“Nissan took a bold shaping approach with the lighting (LED low voltage) and bumpers of the LEAF making it stand out as a very noticeable car…nothing offensive, but it does make a visual statement.”

2011 Nissan LEAF 2011 Nissan LEAF Review – Driving into the future with Nissan’s EV
By Jessika Lora

“Nissan thought of ways to help you stretch your dollars even further through Eco mode: through a second click of the palm shifter you can control the throttle, a feature that is not seen in any other EV or hybrid.”

Nissan LEAF EV test mule First Impressions – Nissan LEAF EV Concept
By Derek Mau

“We seriously think that the LEAF warrants further investigation if having a quiet, short-range passenger vehicle fits your lifestyle. “

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2011 Nissan LEAF | Nissan LEAF EV Test Mule

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