So you are planning on leasing the 2019 Nissan Leaf? Nissan touts the Leaf hatchback series as the #1 selling EV in the United States. It’s the company’s sole EV and is roughly around the same size as the Versa Note hatchback and Sentra sedan.
The all-new 2019 Nissan Leaf is powered by an 80KW AC synchronous electric motor that produces 107hp and 187 lb-ft of torque. Like most EVs, the Leaf is pretty responsive off the line. It reaches a zero-to-60mph sprint in about 10.2 seconds and stores its electricity in a 30kWh laminated lithium-ion battery that peaks at 107 miles on a single charge.
At 122 feet stopping power, the ultimate panic-stop distance from 60mph will indeed reassure during any drive. The brake-pedal is smooth with a linear response time, making life easier for you during routine stops.
As for safety features, the 2019 Leaf has earned a good rating in the overlap front and roof strength. It got a four-star rating (out of five) from the NHTSA for both frontal crash, and rollover safety.
Entering the vehicle is as easy as it can get regardless of your size and there’s plenty of room to get comfortable once you are seated. The only minor inconvenience you might have to deal with are the relatively smaller-sized door pockets. Apart from that, the 2019 Nissan Leaf comes with a premium design and build quality for an EV in its price range.
Q: What’s the benefit of leasing a 2019 Nissan Leaf as opposed to buying it?
A: Leasing a car can be a great option for people who like to drive new cars and keep up with the latest models without having to worry about the hassles of ownership. You could always return the car at the end of your lease agreement and lease a newer model of the same car or any other car of your choosing. Not only that, you also retain the option of purchasing the leased car at a reasonable price at the end of the lease agreement. Also, by leasing a car, you incur a much lower monthly cost as compared to what you would be otherwise spending on EMIs if you purchased it outright.
Q: Who else can drive my leased 2019 Nissan Leaf?
A: Your lease agreement will specify who else is allowed to drive the leased vehicle.
Q: What happens if I exceed the annual mileage on the lease contract?
A: Simple – should you exceed the total mileage specified in your lease agreement, you can buy additional mileage at a discounted price.
As one of the largest car-leasing platforms in the United States, Oz Leasing makes leasing your ideal car simple. After specifying your ideal car, we guide you through the process of finding the car that fits your budget, assisting with the credit application process, conveniently verifying insurance coverage, and delivering the car to you. It’s that easy.