Nissan Leaf 2014

The Nissan is largely underestimated car, consider its place in the world and you could easy class it as the Electric Model T of its day. It’s the first mass production electric car that truely works on a daily basis and affordable prices. The interior is robust, no nonsense and the with the large boot space the car is incredibly practical.


It's a get in and just drive car built for the modern age with the best part being that it is easy, fun and very cheap to run.

The front-wheel-drive Leaf is powered by an 80-kilowatt electric motor (107 horsepower and 187 pound-feet of torque). The system utilises a 24 kWh lithium-ion battery pack.

First registered in NZ in December 2019 and only had 1 New Zealand owner since then.

The car has very minor surface scratches in a couple of places and the interior has some small stains on the rear seats but all four of the rims are completely scratch free.


16-inch wheels.

Heated mirrors. 

Full power accessories.

Keyless ignition and entry.

Automatic climate control.

Trip computer.

Heated front and rear seats.

Cloth upholstery.

Six-way manually adjustable driver seat.

Four-way front passenger seat.

60/40-split-folding rear seats.

Tilt-only heated steering wheel.

Bluetooth phone connectivity.

4.3-inch colour touchscreen.

Rearview camera.

Four-speaker CD player with iPod/USB input and satellite radio.

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