Despite looking a bit silly when it came out, thehas become the best-selling electric car in the world, with more than 300,000 of them leaving the showrooms since 2010.  The Leaf made a name for being the first truly affordable and mass-produced electric vehicle. At a time when other manufacturers were simply submerging their toes in the water with somewhat hurried electric versions of gasoline-powered cars, the Leaf was something completely new and different.
If you were not a fan of electric vehicles in 2010, the Nissan Leaf seemed a bit silly. It was strange, his rank was less than stellar and it was not exactly super cheap, particularly when compared to any of the well-established hybrids. However, over the years, with more EVs coming onto the market at almost any price, Leaf has become a much more attractive option, particularly for the EV owner for the first time.
Over the last seven years, the Leaf has continued to sell even in the face of much tougher competition from companies like Tesla, although in its price segment, the Leaf is still king. The model year 2018 sees the available sheet with more technology and a larger battery – 40 kWh, above the 30 kWh package of the outgoing car – finally addressing the biggest complaint from people about the car.