2020 Nissan LEAF

What's New For the 2020 Nissan LEAF?

The all-electric 2020 Nissan LEAF is set to hit the market early in the new year. Not all of the new features have been revealed so far, but there will be some changes for the 2020 model. One change that drivers will notice is that Intelligent Blind Spot Intervention will now be a standard feature on all trim levels. This is a feature that provides both audible and visual warnings if another vehicle is in the LEAF's blind-spot when a lane change begins.

There is a change planned in the door-to-door navigation system for the 2020 LEAF. The navigation system will now be able to plot out driving directions that will include information on where the driver can recharge the LEAF's battery to continue a long journey.

The 2020 Nissan LEAF will be equipped with a feature called Canto. This allows the LEAF to have a distinct sound so that pedestrians will know that the vehicle is coming down the road.

2020 LEAF Trims And Features

There were six trim levels available for the 2019 Nissan LEAF, and no changes have yet been announced for 2020. The base trim is the S featuring the 40 kWh battery and auto emergency braking. The SV trim adds Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features. With the SL trim, the LEAF will have leather seats and a Bose Premium Audio system. The S Plus trim makes the 62 kWh battery standard while the SV Plus adds 17-inch wheels as a standard feature. The LEAF SL Plus trim has numerous standard features, including ProPilot Assist and the Intelligent Around-View Monitor.

2020 Nissan LEAF Interior

2020 Nissan LEAF Horsepower

For 2020, the Nissan LEAF will once again be powered by two different batteries. The 40 kWh battery is the smaller battery. It provides the equivalent of 147 horsepower and gives the Nissan LEAF a driving range with a full charge of 150 miles. The larger battery is a 62 kWh battery that delivers 214 horsepower. The driving range with this battery is 226 miles.

The 40 kWh battery will recharge completely in 8 hours. It takes the 62 kWh battery with 11.5 hours to charge up to 100 percent.

2020 LEAF Safety

There are multiple safety features available for the 2020 Nissan LEAF. One of these features is automatic emergency braking. If the sensors in the LEAF detect that a frontal collision is imminent, the brakes will come on automatically to help prevent an accident.

The 2020 Nissan LEAF also features rear cross-traffic alert. This feature is designed for safety in parking lots. When the driver begins to back up, sensors scan to check for vehicles coming behind the LEAF. If a vehicle is detected, the driver is alerted.

The 2020 Nissan LEAF is on the way to Peoria Nissan in Peoria, AZ. The sales professionals at our dealership will be happy to answer any questions about the 2020 LEAF.

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