With respect, are you new to this EV stuff? Batteries are measured in kWh and there are two Leaf models - 24kWh and 30kWh. Your advert I assume is for the latter. Nissan at least get it right most of the time -30kw
Incidentally it is 30kWh - if EV specialists can't get it right we are all doomed
Quite agree - and a Nissan ad should not get that wrong. However, AutoTrader ads are the worst certainly when I was looking at the end of last year, as they all show the "Leaf 80kW" which is the power of the motor and don't distinguish between 30kWh and 24kWh battery capacity unless the seller chooses to put it in the title.30kw motor or maximum supply from battery?
Glad I have the previous model which can deliver a lot more power.
But that aside welcome to the forum @T Edwards you were very helpful when I was looking for a Leaf deal at the end of last year having been messed around by my local dealer. Managed to bash them around the head enough to honour the original quote in the end but would have gone with your offer if notI will have mine changed on Monday.
@T Edwards Just to save you changing it twice it should be 80 kW (peak motor power) and 30 or 24 kWh (overall battery capacity). The correct use of upper and lower case for the units does matter if one wants to be professional. k = 1000 times (K = 1024 times) and it's Watt because it is the name of a scientific unit but it is lower case for hours because it would be too easy if it was all totally consistent.I will have mine changed on Monday.