Yes. and you can tell it when to stop charging on a timer too.
EV Database - Nissan Leaf states estimated 39.0kWh out of a marketed 40kWh for a new vehicle. In terms of efficiency, you'll probably get to cover more distance per kWh than the Corsa, but it's a smaller capacity battery pack. The aerodynamics are a bit better on the Leaf, and the heat pump is a bit more efficient, but still nowhere near the efficiency that Tesla and the korean Kia/Hyundai group manage.That's good that you can tell it when to stop, cant do that on the Corsa, also whats the useable battery on the leaf?
On the older Leafs, on the non-touchscreen models (Versa, or SL trim levels) , you could set the charge timers via the dashboard buttons. The screenshot was taken via a video of a US model on Youtube. The nissan uk website says it can be set via the touchscreen. No reason you couldn't set it either way.Wait, on the new Leaf, the charge timer is set via D-pad in the dashboard!?!
That's a backwards step from the infotainment touchscreen for things that are set when stationary.