Used Nissan Leaf for Sale in Oklahoma City, OK

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2011 Nissan Leaf SL

25,511 mi.
GREAT DEAL $697 Under
  • Ext. Color: White
  • Int. Color: Gray
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Bob Howard Nissan
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(405) 463-4272
4.4 (103 reviews)
4 mi. from 73120
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Bob Howard Nissan Review
AMAZING Customer Service!
by Ms V from Edmond, OK
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.4 (103 reviews)
I have been going to this dealership for maintenance/repairs since 2010. At this point, I consider them family! I want to give a shout-out to Tim who was so kind and patient with all my questions!
2011 Nissan Leaf SL Review
What I expected
May 31, 2018
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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2018 Nissan Leaf S

19,912 mi.
GOOD DEAL $1,406 Under
  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Carvana-Touchless Delivery To Your Home
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(405) 246-0292
4.3 (3341 reviews)
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Carvana-Touchless Delivery To Your Home Review
Easy easy EASY way to buy a car!
by janders5511 from
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.3 (3341 reviews)
My old car was my third minivan in 15 years. Now that my kids are older and leaving for college, I wanted something that could carry 6 or 7 passengers but was ... well... NOT a minivan. I did some research on late model used three-row SUVs, and found the 2017 Nissan Pathfinder. (My favorite of my three vans was a 2005 Nissan Quest, so choosing Nissan was easy for me.) Before I started browsing for cars, I applied for credit through Carvana, and was approved. Next, I entered in all of the information about the van I was trading for the Pathfinder. (Beware -- the trade-in amount is only good for 7 days, and it can change wildly in that time!) I was pleased with the trade amount, and it was great that I could shop for my new car and see my down payment and monthly payment for every car I viewed! My specifications were pretty clear -- AWD, less than 10,000 miles, and never a rental car. I found my dream car a few days later, and started the purchase process. It was quite smooth and the directions were very clear about what documents need to be uploaded. When I went to click on "finalize purchase" (or something like that), a red flag popped trade-in value expired WHILE I WAS IN THE PROCESS OF CHECKING OUT! I got on chat with Carvana staff right away, and they were able to return the trade in value to NEARLY what it was before the expiration. This is something that needs to be addressed by Carvana -- once a customer is to a certain point in the process, those numbers need to be frozen. So we set a delivery time, and the Carvana rep was pretty much on time considering he was traveling 70 miles or so from the Chicago office. Everything was smooth -- signed a couple more papers, took my Pathfinder for a spin, Eric inspected my trade, and I left within 30 minutes with my new car. I would also like to add that I drove directly to my mechanic, so he could inspect the car and make sure I wasn't buying something with hidden damage. Mechanic said to me, "This car is perfect, like new." Just what I wanted to hear. Thanks Carvana! I am telling everyone I know about you guys. Good to work with you! Janet - 2017 Nissan Pathfinder
2018 Nissan Leaf S Review
The perfect commuter car
by Tony in San Diego from San Diego
January 18, 2019
While doing my research for an EV, I had a few criteria: 1) The price needs to be under $35K 2) The battery range has to be at least 120 miles. 3) It needs to have Drive Assist and Intelligent Cruise Control (which I used in my friend's Tesla and decided that they would make driving much safer and much less stressful). Leaf met all these criteria. With the $7500 CA rebate and 10K federal rebate, my cost ended up being only about 24K for the car. My commute is 15 miles one way. With the Leaf's battery capacity, I only have to charge once a week at the cost of about $10. But the best parts of the Leaf are its Pro-Pilot and Intelligent Cruise Control (the package cost $2200 at my dealership). I wouldn't get a Leaf without them. They make driving so much easier, safer, and more comfortable. The ride itself is very smooth in my opinion. I drive mostly in Eco mode, and the responsiveness is sufficient in my opinion. It is extremely quiet. When I make calls from my phone through Apple Car Play, people I call can't tell that I was calling from a car. The one-pedal driving is even much better than Tesla (according to my friend who owns a Tesla). While a Tesla won't come to a full stop until you hit the brake, Leaf will eventually stop once you take your foot off the gas pedal. It does take some getting used to, but once you get used to it, you'd never want to drive without it! I only gave 4 stars for the interior design, because it feels that there is no "uniformity" in the design. For example, to park, you push a button, but to activate the Eco mode, you pull a switch. It's a minor gripe, though.
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2019 Nissan Leaf SV

8,024 mi.
  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Bob Moore Nissan
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(877) 635-2416
4.8 (1298 reviews)
22 mi. from 73120
Bob Moore Nissan Review
Always gives me deals, even if I have not brought coupons
by Silas Koshy from
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.8 (1298 reviews)
My policy has always been to use the dealership's Service Center for the 1st Year. Since my 1st experience (2013) was very good, I just bring all my Nissan vehicles here now since their prices are comparable and don't recommend anything that is not required.
2019 Nissan Leaf SV Review
Great EV with excellent range for the dollar
by DVM from Delray Beach, FL
May 3, 2019
I got my first EV in 2004, so I have had a few of them. I recently replaced my 2015 Leaf S with a 2019 SL Plus. Compared to the older Leaf, the 2019 is an outstanding vehicle in every way. I love the e-pedal capability, which reminds me of the Mini-E. The car handles well and has decent acceleration. The range of the new Leaf has been great, even at 88% charged (max I have done so far) the range is over 200 miles, and even on the highways at speed the range seems to hold up. Yes, you can get more range in other cars. Yes you can spend less money. Overall though, the Leaf is a proven and practical car with excellent range and utility for the dollar.
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