and slow response to throttle. that was the biggest thing I noticed and still miss when I drive an ICE car. you press the pedal and you have to wait for the power to hit the road. the Leaf.. the moment you touch or change you get it to the road the instant you want it.gshepherd wrote:Call around some of the dealers. I rented a 2015 LEAF S last spring from Bellevue Nissan for a few days. Too bad Nissan doesn't have the same "three day test drive" that BMW USA has with the i3 (which I also tried out before the LEAF; I was sad to turn the i3 back in, but the LEAF tipped the scales on price and other factors). A few days driving an EV will likely make you view your ICEV as a smelly, vibrating, noisy Rube Goldberg machine.