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$3,995 $1,000 price drop! 48,339 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Digital Auto LLC
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2.8 (33 reviews)
382 mi. from 20147
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Recommend dealer
by LaDonna from Louisa , Ky
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 2.8 (33 reviews)
Mike was very helpful. He met my husband and I on a Sunday because that's the only day we could both go. He let us take our time and check out the vehicle. We ended up purchasing the vehicle. Everything went quick and easy. Love the car!!
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
1 month review
by Chez from LA, CA
December 7, 2012
5
I bought my leaf with a bit of hesitation. Mainly, range anxiety, charging-time length, and cost of charging the Leaf. Range Anxiety is no longer a concern. I drive 54 miles (round trip) on s single charge (commute to work- 5 days a week). When I say one charge I mean on 8 "bars". The Leaf has a total of 12 bars, which represent a 100% max charge. Nissan recommends charging Leaf only up to 80% to preserve Battery life. What this means, is you may only charge battery up to 10 bars. My 54 mi commute starts at 10 bars and brings me home with 2-3 bars left... depending on traffic and climate control options. The leaf will most certainly complete a 54 mile commute on a single charge of 80% .. You may always override the charge up to 100% if you wish, which will allow more range. Charging the battery with a standard 120 volt plug takes me about 10 hours Important to note, I begin the charge with about 2 bars and complete charge with 10 bars (eight bars out of 12 are charged overnight). Charging is completed easily overnight, if plugged-in right after arriving home. The cost to charge my Leaf if about $50 a month, according to my most recent electric bill (and first bill after buying Leaf. Note- The monthly cycle of my first bill with my leaf actually began on the day I purchased my Leaf (coincidence). I live in So Cal, and Edison charges electric bill based upon 5 tiers. I consistently fell under the first Tier (except in summer) before the Leaf. Normally on non summer months, I was billed between 35-40 $ a month. My most recent bill was $87- 3rd tier- The billing cycle represents a full month of charging Leaf- 5 days a week- 8 bars, and weekends, which vary. Needless to say, I was relieved to see my electric bill being only $50 dollars more than the usual. I was previously paying about $350-400 a month on gasoline for my former car- for the same commute. The savings on gasoline alone pays for the car!!! The Leaf makes a great commuter car for a 54 mile daily and round-trip commute. Furthermore, it is not a strip down car. The leaf offers navigation, bluetooth, USB charger/mp3 player, keyless entry, app to view charging status, back-up camera, XM radio, and an interior feel of a entry level luxury car (I own a base model Leaf). Nevertheless, the leaf should not be your only car in my opinion. Charging stations are not very available (and I live in Los Angeles where stations are supposed to be more accessible), and even though the leaf is able to take care of 90% of my driving needs.... I still drive my gasoline-car on longer trips out of town... San Diego, San Francisco, etc... Complaints: a second USB port would be nice, so I may charge my phone and play my mp3/USB music at the same time. You have to be mindful of your driving habits. As a rule I stay on eco-drive, which if you have a heavy foot like mine... it is best for battery charge conservation- On the freeway I stay between 55-65 mph. I hope you find this review helpful.... I tried answering all the same questions I had when trying to decide if I should buy a Leaf.... I remember how frustrating it was trying to gather all details to help me decide if the Leaf was the car for me :) Chez
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$5,999 73,162 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Ed Martin Nissan of Fishers
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4.9 (191 reviews)
457 mi. from 20147
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Best buying experiance
by FCP6158 from DealerRater.com
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.9 (191 reviews)
After searching all around the Indianapolis area Ed Martin was the only dealership that didn't treat you like just another sale. Randy found the truck we wanted, Henry took care of the sales and any questions we had, Scott took care of the financing without any of the "You need this add on" for your vehicle. Now all of this wouldn't have happened if when we were getting our car serviced (2012 Maxima) and Lendra hadn't told us about the sales staff, none of this would have happened. A+ service
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Amazingly surprising!
by Ladybug's Leaf from The Piedmont, NC
May 14, 2013
5
When I first considered an EV (Electric Vehicle,) I assumed it would be like driving one of those kiddy-cars-- slow. Wow! Was I wrong! During my test drive of the Nissan LEAF, I merged onto a highway where everyone was going 65-75 mph. I was not only able to move into the traffic easily, but it felt like I was flying a jet plane! AND, I never have to buy gas again. I searched owners' forums for over two months. The LEAF owners who were disappointed were those people who needed to go a long way between charges, but for those of us who don't need a car for a long trip, the car is fantastic! I got the "SL" which is the top-of-the-line-- navigational system, Blue Tooth, rear-view camera-- so many things that I am reading the owners' manual every day and learning new things-- like setting the charge or climate control by remote, (telephone, computer, etc.,) ahead of driving. But for me, the main feature is that there is only a limited supply of oil on the planet, and I can no longer afford the ever-increasing cost of gas/oil. Electricity can be made from lots of sources. I can run my errands, go to work, come home, plug my LEAF into a regular socket, and come back to it in the morning, fully charged. Why did I choose Nissan? Well, I own a 1987 Nissan Stanza wagon with four-wheel drive-- it was one of the first yet-to-be-named "SUV's," from which all others were designed. That car has over 260,000 miles on it and has NEVER had a major incident/repair. That's all I need to know. I believe EV's are the way of things to come-- someday (soon?) gas stations will be converted into electricity stations-- plug in (and of course pay for) a designated time/amount of electricity. In the "Quick Charge" mode, you can get 80% charge in about 30 minutes. You can have a charge port installed at your home, (though so far, I find it unnecessary.) I'm on the SE coast of the USA, where change isn't embraced the same way it is in other areas, (e.g., the west coast,) so we have public charges only at places like post offices, libraries, and of course dealers. But should you want to go over 100 miles a day, I learned that some LEAF owners offer their own, private ports to other LEAF owners-- plug in, "sit a spell," and be on your way. That feels very "Little House on the Prairie" to me, and maybe it is, maybe EV owners are the modern-day pioneers in travel. Once you drive the Nissan LEAF, you'll know why the 2011 was named World Car of the Year!
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$6,338 53,220 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Nissan of Cool Springs
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4.9 (1780 reviews)
552 mi. from 20147
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MARVELous experience
by MARVELous Karla from DealerRater.com
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.9 (1780 reviews)
Was not planning to purchase a new car anytime soon however Connor ???Bow Tie??? was able to ask me all the right questions to get me to see that now was the perfect time to get into the vehicle that Best serves me! He asked more than he told, he made sure I understood everything, he was not in it for himself and had me in and out quickly. Thanks for making this experience so MARVELous. 😍??😍
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
No gas stations. No maintenance.
by AQL from Mercer Island, WA
June 12, 2017
5
I don't drive very much. My LEAF has been worry free for 6 years. NOTHING has gone wrong with it. I expect it will serve me for 20 years. I have solar panels on my roof so I drive this car for virtually $0.
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$6,490 15,958 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SV

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  • Ext. Color: Black
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  • Transmission: Automatic
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Sam Leman Mazda
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(888) 354-3921
4.7 (18 reviews)
616 mi. from 20147
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Tim Stuepfert is the best car Salesman ever!
by Zac Moline from Bloomington, Illinois
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.7 (18 reviews)
I can't say enough about Tim Stuepfert and the Sam Leman family in Bloomington Illinois. In the past 9 months I've bought two new vehicles from Sam Leman's and Tim was my go to guy for getting the job done. Tim made my experience pleasant and hassle free. My experience working with Tim, there was never any pressure in buying, but making sure I found what I was looking for and agreeing on a price I was happy with. I've always bought my past vehicles from other dealers, but after meeting Tim and working with the Sam Leman family.. I'll never go any where else. I can drive into any of their dealerships at any given time and get a free car wash, a cold drink while I wait and back on the road in minutes.. That's is what I call customer service! Sam Leman's is a family owned American company that is dedicated to serving the Amercan people.. If your looking for a new ride and quality people ready to help and serve you, Sam Leman's is the place to go! Ask for Tim Stuepfert and you'll have nothing but the greatest experience ever!
2011 Nissan Leaf SV Review
Pleasure to drive
by First EV from South Central Pennsylvania
December 13, 2012
5
I love this car!! So easy to drive and comfortable. No problem on range with the short trips that we have to make. Kept my 2005 Prius to use for long trips.
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$6,488 48,153 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Somerset Sales and Leasing
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(715) 549-3048
4.3 (24 reviews)
882 mi. from 20147
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Scott is great!
by Third time buyers from Stillwater, mn
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.3 (24 reviews)
We have purchased three vehicles here. Always have had a good and fair experience. Good purchases and repairs. Scott has helped us with the last 2 buys, highly recommend.
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
no-brainer
by spaceman from south carolin
March 2, 2014
5
If your daily drive is 80 miles or so - like most people, it is a no-brainer to lease this - LEAF lease = $199 a month - I save $160 (net of electricity costs) a month on gas, oil changes etc. So, the net monthly cost is about $39 - you do have to put down $2,000 - but that's about $60 a month over 36 months - so, you're driving a new, fully warranted car for 3 years at a net cost of about $99 a month. I have 14K miles on my Leaf now and it has been flawless - better pick-up than a gas car & super quiet. I live in South Carolina - the average full charge is about 100 miles.
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$5,978 41,231 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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  • Transmission: Automatic
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Wells Auto Group
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4.2 (35 reviews)
1137 mi. from 20147
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1st car For My Son
by Heretic817 from Euless, TX
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.2 (35 reviews)
I purchased a Camry as a first car for my son today. I really did my research up front. I think I have looked at cars for maybe 3 months. I came across what looked like a pretty great car here at Wells Auto Group. Most dealers are pushy as heck and hound you if you even sniff a car. I did't get that vibe at all which I appreciate. I found the Camry to be of reasonable age, mileage, and price. The Carfax was exceptional in that it showed that the car had all recommended maintenance performed at the dealer over the years. They were cool about letting me send my own mechanic to check out the car. My mechanic found a component in the front suspension needed to be replaced but other than some minor cosmetic problems was in good shape. At the end of the day I got what should prove to be a great vehicle for my son at a very fair price and I did not have to deal with pushy sales tactics. I have been to some dealers that I would never step foot in again. Finding a used car can be exhausting. Thankfully, my transaction with Wells Auto Group was nothing like those other dealers. Greg and Frank were both easy to work with. I'm pleased with the end result and I would buy from them again.
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Turn over a new Leaf!!!
by EV Lover from Ft. Lauderdale, FL
June 28, 2013
5
I am in love with this car, for two reasons...first, it's responsive, comfortable and down-right fun to drive; second, I never need to stop at a gas station! For a city-car this is definitely the best...along with the most advanced computer control system.
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$6,995 32,931 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Wheels In Motion Auto Sales
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(480) 619-5759
4.9 (178 reviews)
1946 mi. from 20147
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pd off my car 30 days ago-still don't have title
by marys from tempe, Arizona 85282
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.9 (178 reviews)
I paid off the car free and clear but I can't seem to get a free and clear title. I have been waiting over a month for it. When I did get it, it was not notarized or signed and it still had a lean on it. I am very disappointed. It was like he just pulled it out of a drawer and mailed it just to pacify. This is the owner! no less, first he was at an auction, then out for 2 weeks, then he was at the hospital, and now he is going to be gone for a week So I took the title back to Wheels in Motion and still waiting. I don't know what to think at this point. I trust the Tim to do the right thing, but to do business with him again at this point is questionable. Maybe it is just me, so I would recommend this dealer to a friend, because I love the people who work there, but be on the part of caution. I don't think he expected me to pay off the car, I really think he thought I was going to trade it in. I never paid off a car before so maybe this is what is supposed to happen. So I am stumped as to how to get a free and clear title. The title is still not right. It was signed or notarized or signed nothing. I may be wrong but I thought it was up to the company to remove all liens and sign off on it. At least that was what I was told so now I don't know what the truth is. I was told I couldn't take the lien off the company has to do that. So at this point I am confused. I just want a free and clear title from the DMV which shows a lien still in place after a month. So it seems nothing got done in 30 days. So my questions are: Who is supposed to remove the lien? How long does it normally take to get a free and clear title from a dealership? Now that I paid off the car why can't I get a proper free and clear title from Tim Zarbock? Why would he send me a non-notarized title with a lien still on it and call it good? I don't understand. What am I missing? Then be gone for a week? Why are his employees making excuses for him? Why do my emails and phone calls go unanswered? When I called they said he was at an auction, then he was gone 2 weeks, then he was at the hospital, and last week or he will be out of the office for a week. It seems to me a runaround just to get a free and clear title. Then when I finally did get it was not notarized, or signed and still had the lien on it. So I gave it back. This is what I have been dealing with for the past month. Why? Is it supposed to be this hard to get a free and clear title? What is wrong with this picture? Does this make since to anybody?
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Nice car with no cost for fuel
by Zarni Tun from Rowland Heights,CA
July 28, 2017
5
Nissan leaf is a nice car without any additional cost for fuel as well as maintenance for daily communication...
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$4,995 77,125 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Jones Ford Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Wickenburg
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4.8 (243 reviews)
1971 mi. from 20147
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GMC 2500HD
by Marco E from Anaheim, CA
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.8 (243 reviews)
Erica Slone was the best. She was very helpful and answered all my questions: A+ sales manager guy not so much :^(
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
love the car hate the battery
by bioburner from manassas Va.
August 13, 2013
4
We love the car and being able to "refuel" at home. Only problem encountered is the main battery has lost in excess of 15% of its storage capacity in just 1 year. Current range is only 50 miles on a full charge. Resale valve on this car has dropped in half in just 18 months. If you are interested in this car Lease it don't buy it!!!!
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$5,599 56,273 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL w/Cold Weather Pkg

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  • Transmission: Automatic
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AutoNation Honda East Las Vegas
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4.8 (602 reviews)
2051 mi. from 20147
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by Mickey Trevathan from Chattanooga, TN
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.8 (602 reviews)
We were traveling and needed work. Service associate Krith Staab was very helpful and personable. He should be praised for these qualities. My only issue is the cost. We had the exact same issue and took. The car to Honda in rapid city Honda and the charge for the same service was $62.50 while Las Vegas autoNation was $114.00. The discrepancy of price for the same service is highly questionable.
2011 Nissan Leaf SL w/Cold Weather Pkg Review
Welcome to the 21st Century!
by StellarRat from Salem OR
April 27, 2012
5
I've had my 2011 Leaf for a month now. It's my only vehicle. I admit that I REALLY had to think about whether or not to buy this car because of the range limitations, but after analyzing my driving habits, reading some reviews and information, and looking at how much my old car was costing me I decided to go for it. Since then I've had no regrets. Let's talk about Leaf economics: So far I've spent a grand total of $4.25 for electricity to drive about 600+ miles. In my previous car I was spending $170 a month in gasoline and probably another $50 in maintenance (if you averaged it out per month.) In the NW (where I live) off-peak power is $.044 / kwh (I have time of use billing plan) and it's mostly generated by hydro and a various renewables (wind, etc...) So, as you can see it's saving me about $220 / month. In addition there is a $7500 Federal tax credit for this car. Range anxiety, nope! I've taken this car to every family event, errand and work daily. Not a single problem with range or anything else. I don't use a 220v charger I just plug it in at night (the charger starts at 10 PM) to the 110v charger it comes with. That's gives me about 9+ hours of charge time per night. That is enough to bring it to at least 45%, but since it is rare to drive more than 40 miles per day for me, it's at full charge every morning. If I need to travel further there are charging stations all over the major cities here and a network of fast DC chargers are being installed on the major highways and in the "junction" cities around state. These bring the car to 80% charge in 1/2 hour. Look up the "Green Highway Project" for more about this and maps, etc... So, I'm trying to figure out why everyone is so negative on range with these cars. I've seen nothing but savings! And have had NO issues with range. Finally, the car as, well, a car. Putting aside electric power stuff, this car is a match for any other compact to mid-size vehicle on the road. It's got plenty of space for four adults. Lots of cargo room. It rides nicely and is nearly silent at lower speeds. The acceleration is more than adequate, in fact I think it would have given my G35 coupe a run for the money up to 30 or 40 mph. It handles well. Steering is a bit mushy, but OK under normal conditions. The sound system is good. Accessories are near luxury car standards with nav, Carwings, steering wheel controls, etc... There are also some cool Carwings internet features and the ability to control/monitor some of the car functions from a cellphone or a desktop web browser. Out of the six cars I've bought in my lifetime this is without a doubt, the happiest I've been with a new car.
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$5,488 48,429 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Hunt Auto Sales
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2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Better than expected
by EV Early Adopter from Denver, Colorado
December 26, 2011
5
I've wanted an EV for years and this car is the ticket. After 9000 miles, the best way to describe the experience is to say... Gas is so old fashioned. The Leaf is quick, quiet, and so very smooth. All the little things don't seem like much until you look back. The handling is nicely basic and low slung. Pre-heating and cooling on a timer or with an internet click. Always full when you want to go. No oil changes. $3.00 of electricity will move it about 150 miles. The perfect commuter.
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$6,950 33,904 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Auto Boyz
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5 (2 reviews)
2256 mi. from 20147
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Kia Rio
by Veronica from Irvine
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 5 (2 reviews)
These people actually work hard and go the extra mile to help you & I love my new car!
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Love the car but battery reliability has mworried
by VVee from Orlando, FL
March 12, 2014
3
I,ve put almost 19000 miles on my Leaf. The car handles well, is comfortable, gets me from point A to point B and saves me a lot of money by not having to buy gasoline. I am very concerned about the realiability of the battery. So far I've lost one bar and depending on weather outside, At times I am pushing to make a 60 mile round trip. The value of the vehicle has dropped significantly over the past year.
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$5,888 50,782 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Boktor Motors
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4.6 (10 reviews)
2269 mi. from 20147
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Tracy Mandell
by Tracer from Thousand Oaks, Ca
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.6 (10 reviews)
I have been to several dealerships while searching for a new car and this, by far, was my favorite and it's where I will return to purchase my car. They had the selection I had been looking for, the sales team was helpful & knowledgeable, without being pushy and they have proven that they will work with me on my financing criteria. What more can you ask for?
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Leaf
by Sparky from arizona
January 23, 2012
5
Perfect Car for under 45 mile each way commutes. Gets 100 miles for about $1. Can't beat the economy of this car.
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$6,999 48,500 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SV

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Ayla Motors
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1 (2 reviews)
2273 mi. from 20147
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2011 Nissan Leaf SV Review
What I expected
May 31, 2018
4
There was nothing new to this leaf. I've researched them a lot and test drove one other one. This one was on par with what I've seen/drove. My mine focus was on the drive range depletion while driving. I drove 20 miles but only lost 15 miles in drive range thanks to the braking regeneration.
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$6,995 24,423 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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West Motorsports Inc
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2.6 (5 reviews)
2284 mi. from 20147
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2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Predictable 2,000 miles a month without gasoline
by Brian Keez from Fontana, CA
March 14, 2012
5
After driving the car for six months and putting over 13,000 miles on it, the car is excellent. A well planned-out electric vehicle that I get full use out of. The charging station location feature is great. The remote climate control is needed and important. Charging at home, over night is a wonderful change in lifestyle. I needed extra cushion for my lower-back and elbow on the center arm-rest, which is my only negative on the interior, but I need those in my last car too. My last new car was a 350Z, so the I'm not into four-door hatchbacks, but all electric is an acceptable trade-off. Performance off the line is excellent and there is more than enough power to merge onto the southern California hi-ways (fast). It's not a high performance car, but surpasses the typical economy car. I constantly drive 2,000 miles per month, half of my fuel (electricity) is public and free-of-charge. The half that I pay has been about 400 kwh or $50 per month. So $50 per 1,000 miles without using the lower night rates because I just haven't bothered calling my electric company to change my rates. Full insurance coverage is less than $80/month.. I needed a new car and I would have had the same payment + $200 in gasoline, so the value is there. Excellent car and I will never go back to a gasoline vehicle.
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$5,388 90,241 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL-e

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Car Club, Inc - Burien
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4.2 (26 reviews)
2291 mi. from 20147
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Good experience with no pressure
by Dave Mc from Bonney Lake, WA
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.2 (26 reviews)
Recently stopped by the Car Club in Burien and looked at a few used cars. The Salesman John Hicks was very helpful and knowledgeable. Selection was very good and will return to the Car Club in Burien when I am ready to purchase.
2011 Nissan Leaf SL-e Review
It's like driving the future!
by evcarguy from Chandler, AZ
November 23, 2017
5
This car has been a great commuter car. It's been reliable and easy to maintain! The electric torque and power makes such a fun driving experience! Charging this car with a full charge only costs about $1, to provide up to about 70-80 miles commute. The A/C is by far the best performing of any car I have owned!
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$4,995 64,279 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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Regan Motors
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3.4 (21 reviews)
2297 mi. from 20147
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The best experience.
by Al R from Newbury Park, Ca
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 3.4 (21 reviews)
This is my second purchase from Regan in the last 4 years. The best service I've ever experienced. The first was a Jeep Cherokee for myself that is going on 228,000 miles and now a car for my wife. Thanks again guys!!!
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Improving air quality and saving money!
by CCI from Turlock, CA
July 15, 2014
4
My Leaf comes in SL model, the upscale version. It includes a touchscreen navigation system, XM radio, plenty of connections for all kinds of devices, in addition the option of streaming with Bluetooth. The interior comfort and ride are excellent for a family car and it accelerates much like a sporty car. The only reason it is not fetching a 5 star rating is due to the limitation of the battery pack during freeway hauls. Above 45 MPH, the charge disappears quickly. I would estimate about 60 miles of freeway driving but keep it around 70 and under. Also be sure to use the cruise control and the ECO mode to maximise the range. Around this car is a beauty. Driving around 40 or so miles a day under city trips is optimal. I have reached more like 75 miles on a charge around town, this is the Leaf's niche. The car is quiet and comfortable for all passengers and it is fun freaking people out while driving through parking lots. The ability to drive in the HOV lane in California allows you to pass the crowds stuck on the freeway as well. Overall this vehicle is a great value with absolutely no gas purchasing required. I would estimate my power bill was affected about $60 per month. This is charging it all night every night. The 110v EVSE that comes with the car does the job but to reduce your charging time 3x, you should definitely opt for the 220v EVSE to charge in about 7 hours from nearly a dead battery. This is much more efficient for overnight charging and you can utilize the power companies' lower rates in the wee hours of the morning. The battery charge and range have been improved on the newer model years but you will pay for the right to drive a brand new vehicle. I found a great deal on a used Leaf and have been pleasantly surprised. Buy a Leaf and start protecting the environment as much as possible!
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$5,991 42,403 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Columbia Motors
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(503) 476-3975
4.4 (52 reviews)
2310 mi. from 20147
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Columbia Motors Review
Well worth the Wait
by MMRaney from Salem, OR
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.4 (52 reviews)
Art and Joseph provided great customer service, working with the credit union. The credit process was a little complicated because of the credit union's requirements, but the rate was great.
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Great commuting or second car
by GaryL from Seattle, WA
September 21, 2012
5
I've had a Nissan Leaf for 16 months and have driven it about 16,000 miles so far. It's a perfect car for commuting and driving around town. My commute is 45 miles round trip per day which is more than most people in America and I only need to charge to 80% on a typical day which extends battery lifespan. It is not for those that commute more than 50 miles per day round trip. Look at the Volt or just a hybrid if you drive more than 50 miles per day. The car accelerates quickly, is super quiet, and handles very well. It has a lot of nice premium features like Bluetooth, navigation system, and electronic stability control that you just don't see in subcompacts. It can seat 5 comfortably. While it cannot be an only car for most people, it can be an everyday car for a 2-car household that has a gasoline car for longer trips. A garage or carport is needed so you have a reliable place to park it every night for charging. If you live in an area like Seattle where there is a growing public charging infrastructure, you can take it on longer trips.
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$5,999 49,600 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Beaverton Toyota
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(503) 608-7490
4.8 (8508 reviews)
2323 mi. from 20147
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Beaverton Toyota Review
Total Satisfaction with Service Team
by Richard Small from Tigard, OR
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.8 (8508 reviews)
When we showed up for service at our appointed time, you welcomed us with friendly faces, helpful motions on where to park and reviewed exactly what you were going to do. Then we went into your waiting area and enjoyed comfortable seating, refreshments and a WiFi system to retrieve our emails. I can't think of anything that was lacking. It was all highest quality, professional, clean, fast and well done. Many thanks... we'll be back.
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Problems with battery capacity long-term
by Cathie from San Diego
July 21, 2014
3
We have owned our Leaf since May 2011. We have loved the car but are now getting quite concerned. My husband drives the car, on average, 20-40 miles/day to and from work and running errands, mostly 100% on city roads. We live in San Diego, so no issue with winter weather and we live 7 miles from the ocean so seldom have daytime temperatures above 85. Originally, we would get 65-70 miles per 80-90% charge. Last fall we noticed that there was considerably less remaining charge left after a day of driving. He began to track daily miles, remaining "bars", as well as started charging it 100%. For 9 months we have only been getting 40-45 miles on a full charge with only 1-2 "bars" remaining at the end of the day. Sometimes it will be blinking and "talking" to us to get to a charging place ASAP. We just had it into the dealership. Though on a full charge, the car gauge shows 12 bars, the dealership states that the batteries have lost 2 bars via the computer diagnostics (which we are told is a different reading from the car gauge itself) and, that they say, is average and excepted for the car at this age. Everything else (software, diagnostics, etc.) shows 100%, so the dealership thinks that the car is functioning as it should. They are unable to explain why we can only go 40-45 miles on a charge, but keep saying that the car tests out fine. If the distance one is able to drive on a full charge decreases any further, it will begin to render the car useless. As someone else recommended, in retrospect, the best way to go is to lease the Leaf so that battery life is not an issue.
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$5,999 $1,000 price drop! 45,807 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Autoamore
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4.1 (10 reviews)
2337 mi. from 20147
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Best car buying experience I've ever had
by Kurt from Sacramento, CA
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.1 (10 reviews)
I felt very accommodated through the whole experience. The service went above and beyond my expectations. And sales staff were pretty resourceful with handling my questions and satisfying a couple special requests. Good job guys. I look forward to our next deal ;-)
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
Never go back to gas
by Puppy Car from OC, CA
January 2, 2012
5
Greatest buy I've ever made. The only star I reserved is that I think the cabin can be made bigger if Nissan is able to fully utilize the benefit of electric power train. There is still a lot of room under the hood. If some space can be moved to the passenger space, it will be perfect. there is no engine in the world can beat the comfort and the immediate response of electric motor. The car is in complete quiet even in full throttle. I love that the most.
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$5,999 $1,000 price drop! 63,831 mi.

2011 Nissan Leaf SL

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  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
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San Jose Mitsubishi
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5 (1 reviews)
2389 mi. from 20147
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2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
5 months review
by JT from kissimmee, fl
November 26, 2014
5
I got this car with 3800 miles certified pre own , 5 months ago , now at 15000 miles the cars its saving me money on gas i drive around 80-95 miles a day with no problem , you have to be careful not to be speeding around town but order that that my car will give an average of 90 miles on a charge, i drive around 2000 miles a month so the money i am saving on gas is a lo t, pretty much the car pay it self , the more you drive the more you save, i haven't lost any bars yet , i know that's coming , i will continue to use and abuse my car , until that day comes around.

Review Score

4.5 37 Reviews
89% of drivers recommend this car
Score Breakdown
  • Comfort
  • Value for the Money
  • Interior Design
  • Reliability
  • Performance
  • Exterior Styling
  • Seats: 5
  • Door Count: 4
  • Engine: 107-hp, (electric)
  • Transmission: 1-speed automatic
  • Drivetrain: Front-wheel Drive
  • MPG: 100
Trim MPG Engine Starting Price
LEAF SL 4dr Hatchback 106.0 - 92.0
107-hp, (electric)
From $33,720
LEAF SV 4dr Hatchback 106.0 - 92.0
107-hp, (electric)
From $32,780
LEAF SL 4dr Hatchback
MPG
106.0 - 92.0
Engine
107-hp, (electric)
Starting Price
From $33,720
LEAF SV 4dr Hatchback
MPG
106.0 - 92.0
Engine
107-hp, (electric)
Starting Price
From $32,780
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