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We Are EV are pleased to offer this 2018 (18) 40kWh NISSAN LEAF TEKNA

BATTERY OWNED vehicle, (no battery lease to pay). 6.6kW A/C CHARGER. Immaculate condition inside and out, ONE OWNER. 28k miles. NISSAN EV WARRANTY Until October 2023 or 60k miles. NISSAN BATTERY WARRANTY UNTIL October 2026 or 100k Miles.

Maximum range estimate: 130 Miles in winter, 160 miles in summer*

This LEAF has an amazing amount of technology. Spec includes: HEATED SEATS FRONT AND REAR. HEATED STEERING WHEEL. DAB RADIO. 360 DEGREE CAMERAS WITH BIRDS EYE VIEW. INTELLIGENT CRUISE CONTROL. EMERGENCY BRAKING. LANE DEPARTURE WARNING. It takes around 6 hours to charge the car with a dedicated EV Charging Point, costing £6.00 in electricity (based on an electricity price of 15p per kWh unit). The 50kW CHAdeMO Rapid Charging port will charge the car from 0-80% in around 45 minutes.

This LEAF, including both the Type 2 - Type 2 charging cable, and the 3pin charging cable is for sale at £17,995.
We also offer this car with our We Are EV Complete Package for £18,545.

The complete package for this car includes:
  • Home Charging Point Installation Assessment
  • Pod-Point 7kW Home Charging Point Installation (terms and conditions apply)

At We Are EV, we are genuine electric vehicle specialists and enthusiasts. For your complete peace of mind, we will ensure you have everything you need to enjoy your new electric vehicle.


Finance and Part Exchange available on request.

Please get in touch if you would like to view a car, or if you have any questions about electric vehicles and charging.

We are located in Bristol, JUST OFF THE M5 CRIBBS CAUSEWAY JUNCTION 17.

Tel. 0117 251 0015
08:00 - 20:00. 7 days a week

*Real world range results will vary depending on factors such as: The amount of charge in the battery when setting off, air conditioning and heater use, weather conditions, driving style, vehicle load and route driven.
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