Nissan LEAF Inventory

More and more car companies are rolling out electric vehicles (EVs) these days, but the name that really kicked off this revolution is sticking around and still impressing all kinds of drivers who are turning away from fossil-fuel-powered vehicles. With the new 2022 Nissan LEAF, you'll find the latest version of one of the first mass-produced consumer EVs. Click here to learn more about the 2022 Nissan LEAF, now available.

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2022 Nissan LEAF Overview


What's New For 2022?

An exciting change for the LEAF in its 2022 model year is its lower starting price, along with whatever savings you'll discover through federal tax credits when you purchase an EV. There's also improves for the fast-charging port on the LEAF, and the SV Plus trim gets more standard features, which were previously reserved for the Technology package that cost you more. All told, this is a great year to buy a new 2022 Nissan LEAF as you'll get more for less, and with more public charging stations being built around Dulles and Sterling.

Performance and Technology

A couple of versions of the LEAF EV hatchback give you a few different levels of capabilities and driving range. The regular Leaf uses a 40-kWh battery, worth 149 miles of driving range, with 147 horsepower. For more power and longer driving range, the LEAF Plus is the way to go. That setup offers up to 226 miles of range, with 214 horsepower. A variety of at-home and public charging options are available as well, and we'll be sure to go over in great detail how long certain types of charging takes, and where you can find public stations around Dulles and Sterling.

Even as one of our favorite brand's most unique vehicles, the LEAF will use all sorts of smart Nissan technology that keeps you safe and connected while you're on the go. A full suite of Nissan safety tech is standard, with automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and blind-spot monitoring, among others, starting you off nicely. You'll also have an infotainment touchscreen center with smartphone integration and plenty of options available at higher trims.

See if the new 2022 LEAF is the EV for you by visiting Safford Brown Nissan Sterling today.