Fresh LEAF: Nissan debuts new model with 239-mile range

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The new Nissan LEAF comes with an extended driving range | Credit: Nissan
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The new Nissan LEAF comes with an extended driving range | Credit: Nissan

New LEAF model has the longest range yet for the iconic electric vehicle in a move Nissan hopes will 'broaden the appeal' of electric motoring

Nissan yesterday unveiled a new Nissan LEAF model with a 239-mile range, in a bid to retain its leading position in an increasingly competitive electric vehicle (EV) market. The new LEAF 3.ZERO e+ outstrips...

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