Quality Nissan Leaf Research From Pinnacle Nissan

The five-passenger Nissan Leaf hatchback is an eco-friendly alternative to today's gas-powered vehicles. Introduced in 2010, the Leaf has received numerous awards for its capabilities and green initiatives. It was named the 2011 Eco-Friendly Car of the Year by Cars.com and it was the first electric vehicle to win the World Car of the Year award in 2011. Coming into 2014, the Leaf keeps its same award-winning components but reveals a new standard and updates its EV-IT for increased functionality. The features, along with last year's group of enhancements, puts the 2014 Nissan Leaf at the front of its segment and ahead of the competition.

All-new for 2014, the Nissan Leaf has taken its previously available review monitor and added the option to its list of standard features. The amenity, a notable addition according to early 2014 Nissan Leaf reviews, is outfitted within the center cluster and provides additional visual support for drivers when backing out of parking spaces. The Leaf's EV-IT capabilities have expanded for the new year to include voice destination entry and SMS readout. In addition to the upgrades, features such as navigation, Pandora, Google search, Google Places and Eco route, which provides drivers with alternate routes that will help save power, are also available.

If you are getting low on power, charging is simple with the optional Quick Charge Port. Just hook up the Leaf to a public charging station and receive an 80 percent charge within 30 minutes. At home, you can connect to the front charge port, which fits the standard 220V charger, or take advantage of the SV and SL models' 6.6kW onboard charger (available on S), which speeds up charging time, rounding out the total to four hours. One you're finished, power up the electric car's 24 kWh lithium-ion battery and 80kW AC synchronous motor, producing 107 horsepower, and prepare to experience a car like no other.

Read on below for more information on the 2014 Nissan Leaf in Phoenix and its specifications.

2014 Leaf vs the Competition - Compare Features & Specs

When you compare Nissan's new 2014 Leaf to the 2014 Toyota Prius, Ford Fusion Hybrid and the Chevrolet Volt, we're sure you'll realize that the Leaf is perfect for you. If the Leaf's inexpensive sticker price and user-friendly cabin amenities don't convince you that it's the right vehicle for your needs, we're sure its attractive looks will seal the deal. Compare its price against the opposition and you'll surely see that it's a truly amazing value, which makes it a number-one choice for many Phoenix Nissan customers. Find out more details in our bullet list below!

  • 2014 Nissan Leaf Cargo Space: 24 cubic feet
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf Colors: Pearl White, Super Black, Cayenne Red, Blue Ocean, etc...
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf Body Style(s): Compact Sedan
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf MSRP: $32,780
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf 0-60 MPH in 7 seconds
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf Doors: 4-door
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf MPG: 106 city / 92 highway
  • 2014 Nissan Leaf Seats: 5 passengers

Find out more about the 2014 Nissan Leaf at Pinnacle Nissan

We know your next Nissan purchase is important; that's why we've provided the 2014 Leaf review above, along with reviews of prior models. We're a chief car retailer in Phoenix for a reason, part of which is that we provide reviews transcribed by skilled writers who are at the height of their craft. Make wise decisions when it comes to your next auto purchase - don't take guesses! Each summary is packed with material and vehicle features in a set-up that's easy to understand. Please visit our Nissan review and compare gallery if you feel the Leaf is not the right choice for you; there you&ll learn about Pinnacle Nissan's entire lineup.

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