2017 Nissan Leaf: Positioned as an electric-car with an affordable price tag, the 2017 Nissan Leaf will be getting new competition this year in the form of the upcoming Chevrolet Bolt. For 2017, the Leaf carries over mostly unchanged.
An 80-kilowatt electric motor that makes 107 horsepower powers the Leaf, and the EPA has estimated the car's maximum range at 107 miles. The battery is a 30-kilowatt hour lithium-ion unit. The Leaf is front-wheel drive and uses a single-speed transmission.
The Leaf offers available features such as fog lamps, rear spoiler, heated front seats, heated rear seats, premium audio, auxiliary jack, USB port, satellite radio, Bluetooth, and navigation and telematics system.
Available safety features include rear-view camera, 360-degree camera, anti-lock brakes, stability control, traction control, and dual-front, front-side and side-curtain airbags.
The Leaf has a base price of $30,680, not including destination and dealer fees.
Visit the official Nissan site for more information