Nissan Leaf EV launched in Nepal: Price and SpecificationsPosted On: September 5, 2021 By : Shuva Raj Khatri
The Nissan Leaf EV, which won the ‘Best Used Electric Car’ at the inaugural Electrifying.com Awards 2021, is available in Nissan showrooms across Nepal from 13 September. The price of the Nissan Leaf EV in Nepal is Rs 62.99 lakh, and the model comes in a single variant.
In Nepal, the 2nd generation Nissan Leaf EV rivals the likes of the Kia Niro EV, MG ZS EV, and Hyundai Kona Electric. The EV, says the company, is based on three key aspects: intelligent power, intelligent driving, and intelligent integration.
The EV’s exterior has a sleek, modern, and aggressive design. The front grille screams electric, with the Nissan branding embedded centrally. The LED headlamps have a boxy appearance, with side indicators and mounted daytime running lamps on top.
The aerodynamically designed vehicle stands on 17-inch alloy wheels and features a zero-emission badge on both of its sides. And it comes with an iconic floating roof.
On the rear, the vehicle portrays a sporty look with elements such as a blue bar, fog lights, and a diffuser.
The Nissan Leaf EV is equipped with a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery producing 110 kW of peak power and a peak torque of 320 Nm.
The battery can provide a range of 311 km, and the EV–which can go from zero to 100 kmph in 7.9 seconds–can achieve a top speed of 140 kmph.
As for charging, the vehicle can be fully charged within 15 to 18 hours at home, through a dedicated wall outlet, via the supplied universal charging cable. Furthermore, Nissan dealerships nationwide provide quick-charging stations that can charge the car to full in just 40 to 60 minutes.
The Nissan Leaf comes with the revolutionary e-Pedal technology, which allows the drivers to start, accelerate, decelerate, and stop using just one pedal–by increasing or decreasing the pressure applied to the accelerator. When the accelerator is fully released, the regenerative brakes are deployed automatically, bringing the car to a complete stop.
This makes the Nissan Leaf ideal for stop-and-go city traffic since the need to shift from one pedal to another is obviated, making driving simpler and more convenient.
The premium cabin is large enough to seat five people and has plenty of storage. An 8.0-inch floating infotainment display with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, compatible with smartphones, will keep passengers entertained.
Furthermore, the vehicle includes a telescoping D-shaped steering wheel, a distinct centre console, a Bose energy-efficient series premium audio system, and ample cargo space with 60/40-split rear seats.
The EV’s safety elements include intelligent driving features such as lane intervention, lane-departure warning, around-view monitor (with moving-object detection), emergency braking, traffic-sign recognition, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert, trace control, driver alertness, and emergency assistance to deal with pedal misapplication.
The length, width, and height of the Nissan Leaf are 4490 mm, 1788 mm, and 1530 mm, respectively. The wheelbase of the Leaf is 2700 mm. It comes in 11 colour options, wherein the customers can choose between six single-tone colour options or five dual-tone colour options.
|Motor||AC Synchronous Electric Motor|
|Drive Type||Front-wheel drive|
|Charging Time||8 hours|
|Suspension Setup||Independent Strut and Torsion Beam|
|Kerb Weight||1580 kg|
|No. of airbags||6|
Nissan Leaf EV price in Nepal
The price of the Nissan Leaf EV in Nepal is Rs 62.99 lakh. It will be available in Nissan showrooms across Nepal from 13 September.
|Nissan model||Price in Nepal|
|Leaf EV||Rs 62.99 lakh|
The Nissan Leaf is more than just a car: it also includes vehicle-to-everything (V2X) technology, which allows bi-directional charging to use energy from the Leaf’s battery to power home and equipment, or simply return energy to the grid.
The Leaf EV comes with a three-year vehicle warranty or for the first 100,000 kilometres (whichever comes first), and an eight-year battery warranty or for the first 160,000 kilometres (whichever comes first).
The price of the Nissan Leaf EV in Nepal is Rs 62.99 lakh.
Yes, the Nissan Leaf EV is available in Nissan showrooms across Nepal on 13 September.
The Nissan Leaf is more than just a car: it includes vehicle to everything (V2X) technology, which allows bi-directional charging to use energy from the Leaf’s battery to power home and equipment.