Nissan LEAF burns absolutely zero gas so it produces absolutely zero tailpipe emissions and no engine noise.

    Nissan LEAF unleashes the full power of its 100% electric drivetrain every time you hit the accelerator.

    Going electric comes with some surprisingly pleasant cost-of-ownership benefits like low maintenance costs.

Nissan LEAF performance

Feel the electric rush

There’s nothing quite like 100% electric driving. There’s no power band – just straight power for a rush of instant acceleration every time you hit the pedal. And all this performance comes without so much as a drop of gas, absolutely zero tailpipe emissions, and amazingly smooth operation.

2021 Nissan LEAF driving swiftly on highway

100% torque off the line

Unleash the full power of the Nissan LEAF’s drivetrain every time you hit the accelerator for a rush of instant electric performance.

2021 Nissan LEAF taking a corner at night on a wet city street

Handles like a dream

The Nissan LEAF is just as much fun through the twists and turns. The  floor-mounted battery pack creates a low center of gravity for a great ride and smooth handling, helping the Nissan LEAF corner with minimal body roll.

2021 Nissan LEAF closeup of the e-pedal

2021 Nissan LEAF standard e-pedal icon

2021 Nissan LEAF standard e-pedal icon

2021 Nissan LEAF standard e-pedal icon

e-Pedal: one pedal, lots of fun

Imagine being able to drive your Nissan LEAF with only one pedal. Just press down for an instant rush and ease off to slow down. The same pure, direct response for accelerating and braking. It’s one smooth motion, and a whole lot of fun and, of course, your brake pedal is still there so you can brake on demand. [[1180]]

2021 Nissan LEAF transparent silhouette showing chassis, battery, motor and suspension

How does the Nissan LEAF work?

The Nissan LEAF is an all-electric vehicle, its motor doesn’t require gas at all. It’s not a hybrid — instead it gets the energy it needs to drive the electric motor between its front wheels from the large lithium-ion battery mounted along the floor of the car. Charging is as simple as charging your cell phone: plug it in, and let it go.

Nissan LEAF benefits

Going 100% electric adds up

Owning a Nissan LEAF keeps getting better with numerous benefits to going electric beyond lower cost of ownership. You’ll never have to stop for gas again, so forget the pump and stop worrying about the price of gas. And depending on where you live, you may qualify for potential state and Federal tax incentives, HOV lane access, and more. [[108]][[109]]

Nissan LEAF potential savings and incentives

2021 Nissan LEAF man leaning against car on a beach

Potential tax credits, rebates and incentives

Depending on where you live and your personal tax situation, you may qualify for potential Federal, state, and city tax incentives like the New Qualified Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Credit of up to $7,500 just for driving fully electric. Click below to see potential tax incentives that you may be eligible for. [[108]]

2021 Nissan LEAF in silver at night with city and bridge in background

How much will you save on gas?

The amount you’ll save driving a Nissan LEAF depends on the rate you pay for electricity, average gas prices, and even how far you typically drive. Use our tool to find your customized savings. [[1036]]