If you’re familiar with electric cars, you may have heard of the Nissan Leaf. It was one of the first full-electric cars available to the mainstream market when it was introduced in Australia back in 2012. The first generation model was followed up by a new version in 2019 that addressed some of the concerns people had with the original, such as a bigger battery and improved driving range.
The second-generation model also added new safety features and technology while remaining relatively affordable for a full-electric hatchback in Australia. The Nissan Leaf starts at $50,990 and the 2023 model prices range from $50,990 for the basic Hatchback LEAF base to $61,490 for the top-of-the-line Hatchback LEAF E+. The 2023 Nissan Leaf is a Hatchback model and is only available in electric. The engine sizes and transmissions for the 2023 Hatchback range from 0.0L 1 SP Automatic to 0.0L 1SP Automatic.