2020 Nissan Leaf consumer reviews

$31,600 starting MSRP
side view of 2020 Leaf Nissan
87% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior design 4.0
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.0
  • Reliability 5.0
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4.6

Great value as commuter car, EV must be the future

Safety and value. Was looking for an EV for a new teen driver. Safety, ease of use, visibility, features (ePedal and 360 camera specific to LEAF), and VALUE (with dealer discounts before the auto market heated up and credits), was the easiest car buying decision I have ever made. Dealer experience so so. They all hedged around the $7500 Fed Tax incentive, so, recommend you figure this out at time of purchase. The customer service at the dealership I bought the car was mixed. Note: I have NOT owned the car long enough to determine its reliability. Now problems so far. Time to power the electric grid with sustainable sources.

4.6

Great Intro to EVs without breaking the Bank

I purchased a Certified Pre-owned 2020 Nissan Leaf from Bronco Motors. With the current high demand for EVs, I felt I received a very fair price. The primary reason I purchased the LEAF is to transport my 90-year old mother to church and her other appointments. The LEAF is one of very few hatchbacks that allows her walker to store upright in the cargo area. Although I wasn't originally looking at the SL Plus the leather seats make entry and exit much easier. There are a ton of features in this car that make life a little more pleasant. First, the adaptive cruise control is much appreciated for both in town and highway jaunts. The heated steering wheel and seats make cold winter days a little more bearable. The Bose stereo is the nicest car radio I've ever owned. Charging times are programmable so you never have to worry about charging a hot battery. Just set your charging time for an hour or so after you get home and the battery will fully charge by morning. The seats are very comfortable and the steering wheel now tilts and telescopes. Finally, although I never felt like I was a snob, I do appreciate driving past gas stations with their insanely high prices. This car/EV is a keeper and does what I need it to do.

4.6

Just about perfect.

I only have 3 nit-pics with this vehicle. - There is no way to monitor the charge level (while plugged in) without turning on the power. - The rear window wiper has no "park" position. In order to clean the glass, you have to hold the wiper blade with on hand and clean with the other. - There is no "mute" function for the audio. You have to turn the power off completely.

1.0

WHY is this five STARS

The steering is bad the seat is broken the review mirror is crooked and the driving is so bad it broke my bum. and this car is horrible

5.0

A reliable and economical car

This is perfect car for my daughter. She can use for her college commute. Saving money on gas is PLUS and environmentally friendly. Nissan brand is reliable

5.0

Awesome car

This 2020 Nissan Leaf SL Plus is awesome in comfort and performance. I am getting an estimated 210 to 240 mile range per charge. Little to no maintenance costs. Above and beyond customer service from Nissan. This is the third Leaf I have leased from Pearson Nissan in Ocala and will probably purchase this one.

4.4

love this car

great car. Comfortable, peppy and overall fun to drive I love the fact that it takes no gas. I actually enjoy driving again. Will be looking to Nissan again once my lease is up.

5.0

Nissan Leaf is the way to go!!

We LOVE the Leaf!! It’s been around a while so Nissan has loads of experience with EV. More than most other Brands I think! We are very impressed with the bigger & More powerful battery! And it’s a pleasure to drive!!