Nissan has launched a new constrained edition N-Tec version of its Leaf electric powered vehicle that arrives hot on the heels of the X-Trail, Qashqai and Micra N-Tec types introduced before this year. All the N-Tec badged types are positioned as higher-specification versions in their respective model line-ups featuring added value to buyers.
The Leaf e+ N-TEC works by using a 62kWh battery, develops 214bhp and 340Nm and has up to 239 miles of array (WLTP blended). Nissan offers 6.nine seconds to 62mph and a prime pace of 98mph.
Priced at £32,795 (such as the £3,five hundred Government Grant), the