Nissan PH reminds that the Leaf is both eco-friendly and economical

Nissan PH reminds that the Leaf is both eco-friendly and economical

MANILA: Nissan Philippines has joined the electric vehicle (EV) segment in the country when it launched the Nissan Leaf last May. The Nissan Leaf is a 100% electric, zero-emission vehicle that comes with tech advanced features providing safety, comfort, and confidence for a one-of-a-kind riding experience.

Aside from delivering a safe, smart, and sustainable drive, the Nissan Leaf also delivers strong acceleration and smooth handling. It also guarantees lower running and maintenance costs compared to vehicles powered by an internal combustion engine (ICE).

Based on a test run conducted by the Meralco Power Lab, the Nissan Leaf can be fully charged for just P363.40. It can travel up to 311 kilometers on a single charge. This makes the Nissan Leaf’s running cost around P1.17 per kilometer, which is about half of the P2.08 per kilometer rate of a regular sedan with a petrol engine.

Nissan Leaf Running Cost

Aside from being less expensive, EV charging is also more convenient than fueling up. The Nissan Leaf can be fully charged from a low battery status in 18.5 hours at home. Nissan EV dealerships also offer quick charging stations that power up the Nissan Leaf in just 40 to 60 minutes. When used in normal city driving, the Nissan Leaf only needs to be charged once or twice a week.

The maintenance costs of the Nissan Leaf can also cost up to 23% less than that of a midsize sedan. Nissan Leaf parts can also cost up to 39% less than that of ICE-powered cars since it has less parts that need maintenance. It also uses fewer consumable materials like oil and filters, therefore, owning a Nissan Leaf requires less trips to the service center for oil changes and tune-ups.

Nissan Leaf Maintenance Cost

Nissan also guarantees that all their EV dealerships have specialized tools, equipment, facilities, and trained personnel to serve the maintenance and repair needs of the Nissan Leaf.

Every purchase of the Nissan Leaf also comes with an eight-year or 160,000-km battery warranty and a three-year or 100,000-km vehicle warranty, whichever comes first.

The Nissan Leaf is priced at P2.798 milliion. It is available at Nissan Mantrade Makati, Nissan Otis, Nissan Cebu South-V. Rama, Nissan Tagum, and Nissan Matina.

To learn more about the Nissan Leaf, log on to nissan.ph/vehicles/new/leaf.html.

Photos from Nissan Philippines

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