2019 Nissan LEAF Offers Three Charging Modes

Range is always a big issue when dealing with an electric car, especially if you get stuck in traffic in Danville and eat up battery power regularly. However, the new 2019 Nissan LEAF offers three different charging modes, so you'll be able to get some juice on the fly and drive your vehicle further.

If you leave the car plugged into the trickle charger like we do at Bob Allen Nissan, then you should be able to drive 150 miles. You often don't have this luxury, though, so you might want to give it a quick half-hour charge. This should still take you around 90 miles.

Plug into a public charging terminal for just a little while using Nissan's new Level 2 charging feature, and you should be able to get an extra 22 miles out of your ride. You'll never worry about whether you have enough battery life to get home again.

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