Sportier look for 2022 Nissan Leaf

Sportier look for 2022 Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf has been given a round of updates, refreshing its design to keep it in tune with the brand’s latest design language. It also gets improved driver aids and infotainment system, and is available to order from the beginning of March, with prices from £26,995 after the Plug-in Car Grant has been deducted.


With the first European deliveries scheduled for April, the 2022 Leaf gets the new Nissan logo on its wheels, front grille and boot. There’s also new 16- and 17-inch alloy wheels which look sportier thanks to a two-tone black and silver finish. The choice of exterior colours has been bolstered by Pearl Blue and Magnetic Blue, which made their debut on the Nissan Qashqai. They join the existing range of five monotone and five duotone colours.


Sportier look for 2022 Nissan Leaf

Propilot technology can automatically stop, start and maintain a safe following distance when travelling along in traffic, and the 2022 Leaf will still feature the innovative ‘e-Pedal’, which gives the driver the option to accelerate and decelerate just by modulating the accelerator pedal.

The NissanConnect infotainment setup offers Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, with remote control of features such as the climate control from N-Connecta trim and above using the NissanConnect Services smartphone app.

With no mechanical changes, two battery options remain available for UK buyers: 40kWh and 62kWh, with the latter providing a driving range of up to 239 miles in the Leaf e+. As before, there’s a choice of Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna trim levels, with prices between £26,995 and £34,945.


The Nissan Leaf has been given a round of updates, refreshing its design to keep it in tune with the brand’s latest design language. It also gets improved driver aids and infotainment system, and is available to order from the beginning of March, with prices from £26,995 after the Plug-in Car Grant has been deducted.

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