HOW FAR DO YOU DRIVE?
To calculate the distance of your daily commute, enter your starting point in field A followed by all of the stops you make in an average day. Be sure to include your return trip.
The Nissan LEAF® can get you 75 miles on a single charge [*]. Speed, topography, load, and accessory use can significantly affect the estimated range.
Get the most out of each charge
The air conditioner and heater draw energy from the battery. Use a moderate temperature setting inside the cabin. Using the Nissan LEAF® CARWINGS® [*] app or website, remotely pre-condition your vehicle while it's plugged in and draw power from the grid.
Higher speeds require more energy to overcome air resistance. Drive at constant, moderate speeds. Smooth acceleration and deceleration can extend your range.
Eco driving reduces air conditioning output, is more efficient, and can improve your range—up to 10%. Switch to Eco Mode while driving to conserve energy. To increase regenerative braking, switch to B-Mode.
Cargo and Topography
Heavy cargo and driving up steep long inclines can reduce range. Plan your trip beforehand and utilize destination charging.
With the ever-increasing EV Infrastructure, you can plan trips based on the availability of charging stations near your destination. Use the ChargePoint® [*] map to find charging stations along your route.