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2017 Nissan Leaf

Bringing with it over 82 years of Nissan’s cutting-edge engineering, the 2017 Nissan Leaf is poised to bring a host of exciting changes when its redesign arrives near Indianapolis and Zionsville later this year. Though many hard details are still being held close to the vest by Nissan, we can share what we do know. Read on for more details on what to expect, then stop by Andy Mohr Nissan to learn more.

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2016 Nissan LEAF

The 2017 Nissan Leaf Changes

The 2017 Nissan Leaf will see substantial improvements in its interior design and features, especially with a luxurious new dashboard design accompanying upgrades to its LCD monitor interface and comprehensive Nissan Connect media suite. The 2017 Leaf’s cabin will offer ample additional space to the 2016’s already considerable storage and seating capacity, as well as elevate the standard of comfort afforded through the 2016’s seat options with premium materials touting softer plush surfaces.

Continuations From the 2016 Leaf

The 2017 Nissan Leaf is slated to retain the rounded ends, dynamic accents, and overall design of its predecessor. Nissan has kept quiet about dramatic changes, which makes us think it’s likely that we’ll see the new model carry over the features that made its predecessor so popular, including heated mirrors, full power accessories, and Nissan’s advanced telematics system for navigating charging and climate control features with ease.

The 2016 Nissan Leaf Highlights

The 2016 Nissan Leaf was a hit among critics and daily drivers both, offering a bevy of advanced design and technology features built to please:

  • Performance: The 2016 Nissan Leaf boasts an 80-kW base electric motor that is capable of generating up to 107 hp and 187 lb.-ft. of peak torque when properly equipped.
  • Fuel Economy: The 2016 Nissan Leaf’s proprietary electric motor boasts a phenomenal fuel economy estimate that averages between 126 mpg/city and 101 mpg/highway, with a maximum range of 84 miles on a fully charged 24 kWh battery pack.
  • Comfort Features: The 2016 Leaf is stocked with interior features designed to keep you entirely comfortable whenever you’re in the cabin. Drivers can look forward to features like heated front seats, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, and the option to upgrade to a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel.

Prepare Yourself For Imminent Release of The 2017 Nissan Leaf Redesign Set to Debut in Indianapolis and Zionsville Later This Year!

To see what the 2017 Nissan Leaf changes mean for your Indianapolis or Zionsville commute, stop by Andy Mohr Nissan at 8867 E. US HWY 36 in Avon today. You can also feel free to contact us online or by phone at (855) 735-8717 for more information.

Images shown are those of the 2016 model.
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Phone: 317-298-2000

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Phone: 317-298-2000

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