2022 Nissan Leaf Range and Batteries
2022 Nissan Leaf Range and Battery
A new era is upon us as the rise of electric vehicles takes shape. Automotive manufacturers have been hard at work engineering and designing a new fleet of EVs that will help to cut emissions and preserve the environment. Fortunately, Nissan has been on this road for quite some time with the LEAF EV. The world's best-selling EV is ready to take on the competition, and West End Nissan has a great selection of them in their new vehicle inventory. Continue reading to learn more.
Nissan LEAF Limited Warranty
Nissan understands that electric vehicles are not the norm and that some automotive consumers are hesitant to purchase a vehicle they don't completely understand. Luckily, the 2022 Nissan LEAF features a complete vehicle warranty to provide you with a heightened peace of mind.
Every new Nissan LEAF is backed by a Complete Vehicle Warranty that offers new vehicle coverage for three years or 60,000 km, whichever comes first. Plus a five-year Corrosion Perforation Warranty and a Limited Lithium-Ion Battery Coverage for 96. Months or 160,000 km. Some consumers wonder what exactly is covered under the EV System because we know that our engineering and design doesn't stop at the battery warranty. The Electric Vehicle System coverage includes the following components:
- Inverter Unit
- Reduction Gear
- DC/DC Converter
- Onboard Charger
- Onboard Charger Connector
- Trickle Charge Cable
- And more
Also, for the first 36 months of ownership or 60,000 km, whichever comes first, if you visit a participating certified Nissan LEAF dealer, you will be provided with a free rental vehicle during any warrantable repairs. They will be subject to availability and eligibility requirements.
How to Charge your LEAF?
Charging the 2022 Nissan LEAF is extremely simple, so whether you are charging at home or a public charging station, follow the four steps below:
- Park the vehicle and make sure that it is completely turned off
- Walk around to the front and open the charge port lid and cap.
- Take the charging cable and plug it into the port. If you've done it correctly, the LEAF with sound a quick beep.
- Once the LEAF is fully charged, it will stop consuming energy. However, if you need to unplug at any point, push the button on the connector and remove the charging cable.
240V - Home and public charging
120V - Standard outlet
480V - Public DC Quick Charging
Charging Options and Time
The Nissan LEAF is always ready for your next adventure; that's why Nissan has designed multiple ways for you to charge your LEAF safely and securely. The world's best-selling EV also notifies you when you plug it in with a quick beep. The 6.6 kW onboard charger and available Quick Charge Port makes charging easy. The following options are available:
- 120 V Standard Outlet
- 240 V Home Charging Station
- 240 V Public Charging Station
- Canada's EV Charging Network
Canada's EV charging network has grown in the last decade. EV drivers are able to choose from over 13,000 Level 2 and more than 2,000 DC Quick Charging Stations. These stations are compatible with the 2022 Nissan LEAF, and as more and more stations are built, it will make it easier for drivers to top up their EV vehicles. Plus, with quick charging, you can stop for a quick rest or bite to eat and have enough charge for the next leg of your journey. Below are the approximate charging times:
- 8 hours-40 kWh Battery Full Charge
- 11.5 hours-62 kWh Battery Full Charge
- 40 Minutes-40 kWh Battery to 80% 50kW Quick Charge
- 45 Minutes 62 kWh Battery to 80% 100kW Quick Charge
- 60 Minutes 62 kWh Battery to 80% 50kW Quick Charge
At West End Nissan, we understand that there can be a lot of questions surrounding electric vehicles; that's why our EV specialists are standing by to help you any way they can. Please contact us for more information or clarification.