EatsShootsandLeafs wrote:Nissan has really sat on their hands in the past five years. I can't believe they have done so little to the Leaf's essential stats.
And yet it remains the best selling EV in recorded history. If you have a winning formula, you are very careful how you tweak it.
With that said, nothing stands still, and it appears that the next version of the LEAF will beat or match everything that Tesla will offer with the Model 3, plus give the consumer a much wider set of options for pricing and content than either GM or Tesla will.
You want a well equipped long distance EV for under $30K before incentives? There is a LEAF for that.
You want a LEAF with all the bells and whistles, that will drive itself and has a range of 250+? There is a LEAF for that too.