2016 Nissan Leaf Gets Improved Range and Is Compared To the 2012 Variant, More Information

The NissanConnect EV system is present in the SV and SL trim levels and at the same time, a remote connection to the vehicle allows the owner to monitor the charge level in the battery. Therefore, the charging times can be managed and the air-conditioning or heat can be turned on from a distance.

At the same time, two new paint colors have been offered: the Deep Blue Pearl and the Coulis Red. There are significant rebates being offered during the purchase of a 2016 Nissan Leaf and they amount to $8,500, $8,250 and $8,000 for the residents in BC, Ontario and Quebec.

In the meantime, some concept designs have been offered on the internet which shows what the Nissan Leaf could become in the near future. The bumper cover has been redesigned to showcase more of a pronounced line down to the charge point cover. From the looks of it, the nose appears to have a smile cut across it when you compare it to the present version.

The LED fog lights and the lower front bumper have undergone changes as well. Nissan Leaf seems to have moved from a circular light to a vertical line of LEDs. As a result, these designs provide great potential for significant Nissan Leaf upgrades in the future.

Stay tuned for more information on this topic!