Ever since 2011, Nissan Leaf is manufactured and sold, it is favoured by many. Today it is one of the first top grossed EVs in the market.
It may not be wrong to refer to it as the best selling electric automobile in the world. But these days, it is facing jaw breaking competition.
At the time of its launch, rarely any EVs were sold in the market. But today, Nissan’s Leaf has to face a deadly competition from the Chevrolet Bolt EV, Hyundai Kona Electric, Kia Niro EV and the Tesla Model 3 etc.
However, Leaf has a more extended distance variant as its primary advantage, thus providing it with a better footing. However, Chevrolet Bolt EV offers the same car at a price $4,000 cheaper than the Leaf with 238 miles per range. The Tesla Model 3 is also about $3,000 more affordable and also has supported an autopilot.
The Kona, which starts for $45,695, offers a 258-mile range, though it costs $1,500 more than the former while The Niro offers 239 miles of range and also supports some amazing features.
Though, Kona supports these features but at a much competitive price. But lets, not forget Leaf has its showrooms worldwide while Kona and Nira don’t.
The Nissan Leaf might have been the top-grossing EV and would be far better, but still, trends could not be predicted.
But Nissan’s competitors are offering more fun, more style and along with better mileage. The Plus would be a better version of the former, but it is not necessarily the best affordable EV.