With the 2013 Nissan Leaf you can not only save money on fuel, combat pollution, and get to work in a fully electric car, but you can actually enjoy driving again. To learn more about the 2013 Nissan Leaf, continue reading.
The 2013 Nissan Leaf is equipped with an 80-kilowatt motor and 24 kWh battery pack that work together to provide the equivalent of 106 MPGe city and 92 MPGe highway using 100% electric power. Unlike a hybrid vehicle, which combines the efficiency of an electric motor with a gas-burning engine, the Nissan Leaf makes it possible to drive to and from work without using a single drop of gasoline.
Enjoy the Driving Experience
Nissan packed the 2013 Leaf with a plethora of new technology that makes driving more fun, more efficient, and more comfortable. The touchscreen in the middle of the Leaf’s control panel features a state-of-the-art navigation system that gives you the location of recharging stations in the city and makes getting from A to B a simple effort. Nissan also spent a great deal of effort when designing the interior of the Leaf, ensuring that the cabin is both spacious and refined. Features like LED headlamps, a heated steering wheel, heated front and rear seats, folding rear seats, satellite radio, and keyless ignition lend to the 2013 Nissan Leaf’s driving experience. Adding to peace of mind in the Nissan Leaf, you’re driving around in one of the safest cars available, according to Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests.
Save Lots of Money
Fortunately, you won’t have to work much harder in order to make ends meet when you buy a new Nissan Leaf. This is because the new Leaf, in addition to saving you lots of money on fuel each year, is eligible for a generous federal tax credit, sometimes amounting to up to $7,500.
Find out when the brand-new Nissan Leaf will be available at Martin Nissan of Chicago by calling our dealership directly at (847) 965-3460.