Say goodbye to your neighborhood fuel station clerk -- because once you purchase a 2015 Nissan Leaf, gasoline will be a thing of the past. This lean green machine operates on electricity only and can easily get you all over Naples without ever having to stop for a charge. Let the friendly folks at Sutherlin Nissan of Ft. Myers in Ft. Myers, FL, show you every detail about this unbelievable car. Then open the door to your garage -- because you'll be charging a 2015 Nissan Leaf inside this evening!
Let's take a peek out how the 2015 Nissan Leaf holds up against the Fiat 500e.
When the Nissan designers and engineers dreamed up the Nissan Leaf, who could believe it would be such an exceptional car and affordable, too? With its starting price tag of $29,010 -- $21,510 after federal tax rebates -- it's over $3000 less than the starting price of the Fiat 500e, which begins at $32,300 and comes in at $24,800 after a $7500 tax rebate. Think of all the fuel you could purchase with that extra three -- whoops! You won't need any gas money when you purchase a 2015 Nissan Leaf!
Breathe in that gorgeous Florida air which is kept cleaner thanks to electric cars such as the Nissan Leaf and Fiat 500e. So how do these babies work? In the 2015 Leaf, you'll find a synchronous electric motor with 107 hp and a 24 kWh Li-ion battery. In the Fiat 500e, you'll find an 83kW electric motor with 111 hp and a 24kWh Li-ion battery. With those similar powertrains, you'll get impressive mpg on a charge. In, the Leaf, you'll get an estimated mpg range of 126 city/101 highway on a single charge, and in the Fiat 500e, you'll get 122 city/108 hwy. So these cars are definitely matched up pretty equally, with the 500e taking the edge in highway mileage and the 2015 Nissan Leaf taking the lead with city miles.
Even though these electric vehicles have innovative mechanical systems, they're still cars, and you'll want the same kind of features you'd get in a traditional car. In the 2015 Leaf, you get standard features such as 16 inch wheels, a rear spoiler, a rearview camera, Nissan intelligent key with push button start and an audio system with a 4.3 inch display -- none of which you'll find in the Fiat 500e.View Inventory