How many miles does a 2013 Nissan Leaf last?

June 6, 2020 Off By idswater

How many miles does a 2013 Nissan Leaf last?

A well-used Nissan Leaf can last anywhere between 100,000 miles to 150,000 miles before requiring any major upgrade. Nissan provides a 100,000 miles warranty for the battery, which suggests you should be able to get at least eight to 10 years of service from the car.

Are used Nissan Leaf reliable?

Overall, a Nissan Leaf is very reliable EV. Total cost of maintenance over 6 years was $185 ($151 USD) and the total cost of ownership (which would include the very little I’ve had to pay for charging over the past 6 years) would ad up to maybe a few hundred in total.

What are the problems with Nissan Leaf?

Nissan Leaf reliability A surprisingly high 22.6% of respondents reported one or more faults within the first year, with electrical glitches the most common issue. As the Leaf is the world’s best-selling EV, Nissan is in the best position to learn about potential issues that can affect electric cars in the long run.

Why is a used Nissan Leaf so cheap?

Used Nissan Leafs are so cheap due to a poor battery design and outdated technology that can’t compete with newer EVs. What’s more, Nissan Leafs depreciate by as much as 70% after just 5 years of owning them.

How long does 2013 Leaf battery last?

The battery you’ll find in the Nissan Leaf lasts up to 96 months or 100,000 miles and is backed by a warranty. The warranty lasts for 96 months, and the battery life can last at least ten years.

How long does it take a 2013 Nissan Leaf to charge?

21h at 110V, 4h at 220V, 0.5h at 440V
2013 Nissan LEAF/Battery charge time

Is it worth buying an old Nissan Leaf?

In its modern form the Leaf is still a competitive EV and worth a look, but the low prices of early models mean that the older car can be a used bargain. There are plenty to choose from in the classifieds and prices are pretty low (but they are rising), so it’s a great time to buy a used Nissan Leaf.