Before there were the Chevrolet Bolt and the new Tesla Model 3, there was the Nissan Leaf. The vehicle was what most people would consider if they were looking for an affordable and compact electric vehicle but the same cannot be said about the 2018 Nissan Leaf.

With new rivals like the Chevrolet Bolt and Tesla Model 3, it feels like the Nissan Leaf is slowly being left behind. The new Nissan Leaf will come with a 60kWh battery that would offer 200 miles of electric range, a huge jump from the previous model but it might be a little too late now.

With newer models like the Bolt and Model 3 all offering about the same range, there is really no reason why people would give the Nissan Leaf a second though especially when vehicles like the Model 3 comes with Autopilot system and more.

If you were to get an electric car, would you choose the Nissan Leaf over the rest?


Mario Caballero

Always looking for something new to learn, Mario looks at the internet as one big startup. With him at the helm, Autoomobile.com continues to head in the right direction of providing high quality and unbiased information on the latest new car models and electronics.