2013 Nissan Leaf


In harsh economic times when prices are sky rocketing but your budget is still the same and there are no promotions or paycheck increases, it is sometimes difficult to maintain ones living; especially when it comes to driving.  You may have to cut back on other aspects of your life (most likely entertainment) to make sure that you can pay for gas to travel back and forth without over stepping your means.  Well, I have some very good news for those of you who want to save yourselves the headache of increased gas prices later on.

There is a new car on the automotive block that can potentially save you hundreds of dollars in gas money and allow you to put that money towards something else.  Maybe purchasing a home rather than renting or taking those extra college courses you always wanted to but couldn’t find the money for?   This car is all the talk and the best part about this car is the fact that it is 100% electric.  Now, I know that most of us are used to getting our tanks filled with gas rather than charging our car from an electrical outlet but in time, if you are ready to save money, you will get used to the process.

Introducing the 2013 Nissan Leaf!

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The 2013 Nissan leaf is already taking the world by storm as owners have already rated it as a 4.7 out of 5 stars.  The Nissan Leaf does  129 mpg in the city and 102 mpg on the highway.  It has a 100% electric drive-train and a 24 kWh lithium-ion battery that provides a smooth ride and a powerful motor.  It does not have a tailpipe which means that you will not be releasing any emissions into the air.  It also has a regenerative braking system for brake control.

The exterior comes with 16″ steel wheels, halogen headlights, adjustable heated mirrors, a charge port, and an aerodynamic underbody.  The interior comes with push button ignition, Bluetooth hands free phone system, heated leather steering, heated front and rear seats, Am/FM radio and CD system, 60/40 folding rear seats for more space, and a USB connection port.

With safety being the most important factor, the 2013 Nissan Leaf has an advanced air bag system, vehicle dynamic control (stability control), anti-lock braking system, traction control, and tire pressure monitoring system.  And if that isn’t enough, customization is more than possible with over 30 different accessories available to customize the 2013 Nissan Leaf to suit you.  From a nose mask, splash guards, rear bumper protector, wheel locks, to the center console applique, you can make your 2013 Nissan leaf stand out on the road.

Now what about the charging itself? Charging the 2013 Nissan Leaf is like charging your cell phone.  Most people charge their cell phones overnight.  The 2013 Nissan Leaf takes seven hours to fully charge but there are select markets that have charging systems that will give you an 80% charge in a matter of 30 minutes.  What about the cost?  The 2013 Nissan Leaf comes in at an affordable $21, 300 and you can purchase yours today at www.teamnissan.com.

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