Nissan LEAF | Maplewood

Schedule Test Drive

NISSAN LEAF

Make an Inquiry

Contact Information*

When would you like to test drive?

Test Drive the Nissan LEAF


at Kline Nissan in Maplewood Today!

Want to test drive the all-new, 100% electric-powered Nissan Leaf? At Kline Nissan in Maplewood, MN, we've got the Nissan Leaf available to test drive, and we want you to take it for a spin!

If you've never driven a 100% electric vehicle before, you are in for a real treat. The 1-speed direct-drive mechanism delivers a seamlessly smooth acceleration unlike any car you've driven before. And with its 80 kW electric motor, the Nissan Leaf gets the equivalent of 106 MPG - all without gasoline! Simply plug-in, charge, and go!

Now is your chance to try the car the whole world is talking about. Schedule a test drive today!

Contact Adam Bazille at 651-206-9222 or at adambazille@klineautoworld.com to schedule your test drive or to get a personalized price quote.



NISSAN LEAF - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ):

Q: Does the "engine compartment" just contain the smaller electric motor or is there the potential for more trunk space?
A: The electric motor and inverter only fill the front compartment due to their size and layout, therefore, we've maximized interior and cargo space in the rest of the vehicle.

Q: How long will the battery remain charged if you leave it parked where you cannot charge it?
A: This depends on a variety of factors like ambient temperature, age of the battery and how much energy is in the battery when you park it. However, the drain is very small relative to the battery's capacity.

Q: Is the Nissan LEAF? going to have the Zero Emission logo on it?
A: The Zero Emission badge is located on the back of every Nissan LEAF vehicle. In addition, you have the option to purchase a zero emissions body graphic as an accessory on your vehicle.

Q: Since the battery is in the front, is there something protecting it in case of a collision?
A: The battery is actually located under the seats and is fully integrated into the body structure. It has been tested for impact safety and meets or exceeds all regulatory standards - the same as any Nissan. The Nissan LEAF? has also earned a Top Safety Pick rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety as well as a 5-star overall vehicle rating for safety as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's New Car Assessment Program (NCAP).

Q: In case of a problem, can a qualified mechanic fix a Nissan LEAF?? Is special training needed?
A: The Nissan LEAF? has an electric motor and no gasoline engine, so it will require service at your local LEAF? certified Nissan dealership by a qualified, trained EV technician.


Q: Will my golf clubs fit in the trunk?
A: Yes, the Nissan LEAF? is a family car with ample passenger and cargo space.

Q: Does it sound like driving an electric golf cart? I would imagine it would be virtually silent?
A: The driving experience is exceptionally quiet, but Nissan LEAF? is definitely not a golf cart, it's a real car.

Q: What company is supplying the laminated lithium-ion batteries?
A: The battery is being built by AESC, the Automotive Energy Supply Corporation.

Q: Is there a lease-only program, or are only purchases allowed?
A: The Nissan LEAF? is available to lease or purchase.

Q: Will the maintenance cost over a few years be more or less than a similar gas engine vehicle?
A: Maintenance costs are projected to be equal to or lower than comparably equipped gas-powered cars.

Q: Does the battery location prevent the back seat from folding down?
A: Not at all ? the battery is located in the floor of the car and won't interfere with interior space.

Q: What is the weight of the car?
A: The Nissan LEAF? has a 3,366 lb curb weight (SV trim level).

Q: What kind of maintenance is required?
A: Please check out our maintenance guide for full information. The good news is that oil changes aren't needed!

Q: I am 6'1" so interior dimensions are important to me. What are they?
A: The Nissan LEAF? is spacious and seats 5. The interior dimensions are as follows: head room (front/rear) 41.2 in/37.3 in. - hip room (front/rear) 51.5 in/50 in. - leg room (front/rear) 42.1 in/31.1 in. - shoulder room (front/rear) 54.4 in/52.5 in. - cargo volume 14.5 ft.

Q: How is it doing in crash test ratings?
A: The Nissan LEAF? (like all Nissan cars) is built to meet or exceed federal safety regulations and our own rigorous internal testing. The Nissan LEAF? has also earned a Top Safety Pick rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety as well as a 5-star overall vehicle rating for safety as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's New Car Assessment Program (NCAP).

Q: What kind of warranty does the Nissan LEAF? have?
A: The Nissan LEAF? Basic Warranty Coverage is 36 months/36,000 miles. The Powertrain Coverage is 60 months/60,000 miles. The Lithium-ion Battery Coverage is 96 months/100,000 miles.

Q: Could we get a tax deduction for owning one since it's so eco-friendly?
A: The federal government provides up to $7,500 tax credit for eligible EV buyers.

Q: Where will the Nissan LEAF? be built?
A: The Nissan LEAF? is built in Smyrna, Tennessee.

Q: Where are the batteries located? Will they take up a lot of the hatch space?
A: The battery is located in the floor of the vehicle, so it has a minimal intrusion into the interior space.

Q: How long does the "quick charge" take, and will it be available for home use?
A: In select markets, 480V quick-charging systems are now available and provide an 80% charge in under 30 minutes. For all markets, we still recommend a standard 208-240V home charging system which takes 3-4 hours or 6-7 hours depending on which vehicle you select. Quick charging will likely be available only at public stations or businesses.

Q: How much will a replacement battery cost?
A: At this point, an estimated cost cannot be provided. We'll be able to share more as information becomes available. Most customers will not have the Leaf long enough to experience a battery replacement and the warranty goes to 100,000 miles. 

Q: Can the Nissan LEAF? be towed by lifting the front and leaving the rear wheels on the ground?
A: Towing procedures are outlined in the Owner's Manual provided with the vehicle.

Q: Is this an electric Versa?
A: The Nissan LEAF? uses an exclusive platform. It's a true individual!

Q: What is it ? a compact or full size?
A: The Nissan LEAF? is a compact, 5-door family hatchback, with seating for 5 (3 child seats fit in the back seat).

Q: Will the price include the battery pack? Or will there be an option to rent/lease the battery pack?
A: The total cost of the vehicle will include the battery pack. Both lease and purchase options will be available for the vehicle, but no option to rent/lease just the battery pack.

Q: Is the Nissan LEAF? available outside the US?
A: The Nissan LEAF? is now available in Canada, Japan and certain European countries in addition to the select markets in the United States.