Electric vehicle sales are on the rise all over the world. As a result, more automakers are making EVs, from crossovers and trucks to small economy cars. Despite the increased competition, the Nissan Leaf is still one of the most affordable models available. If you’re on the fence about EVs, then the 2022 Nissan Leaf could be the tipping point.
Below, we’ve listed out many important specs for the 2022 Nissan Leaf EV. You’ll find powertrain details, infotainment tech, and a breakdown of the safety suite. Is the 2022 Nissan Leaf worth your hard-earned cash?
Each 2022 Nissan Leaf, regardless of trim level, is equipped with the Nissan Safety Shield 360 suite. Included therein are forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, forward and reverse automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, automatic high-beam headlights, rear door alert, and a rearview camera. Other driver assistive features are added on higher trims, including the Nissan ProPilot Assist semiautonomous driving system, adaptive cruise control, driver attention monitoring, and a surround-view parking camera system.
The 2022 Leaf is loaded with connectivity features to make your commute more enjoyable. Each model has an 8-inch touchscreen, four USB ports, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, SiriusXM satellite radio, a four-speaker stereo, and voice recognition technology. Higher trims get some premium features, such as a GPS-linked navigation system, a six-speaker stereo, and a seven-speaker Bose stereo.
There are two different powertrains for the 2022 Nissan Leaf. The S and SV are equipped with a 40-kWh battery pack and 110-kW electric motor. This powertrain can go up to 149 miles on a single charge. The S Plus, SV Plus, and SL Plus have a 62-kWh battery pack and a 160-kW electric motor. The SV Plus and SL Plus can go up to 215 miles, while the S Plus can go up to 226 miles. No matter the trim, the 2022 Leaf has FWD.
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