Here’s How Much The Longer-Range Nissan LEAF Might Cost

When Nissan unveiled the 2018 LEAF electric hatchback, it disappointed many customers who were hoping that Nissan would be introducing a new liquid-cooled battery pack design to avoid the problems suffered by first-generation LEAFs.

Sadly that didn’t happen — and Rapidgate ( didn’t help either.

Now Nissan is readying the longer-range 2019 LEAF e-Plus for market, a car that’s been promised for a while. It will have an actively-thermal management 60 kilowatt-hour battery pack, higher-power DC quick charging and, as we’ve just learned, a competitive price.

But will it be enough to save the LEAF in the eyes of loyal plug-in fans?

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