2013 Nissan Leaf S Review
Nearly free after fed. rebate and no gas w/ 2yr. lease
~70 Miles of range
My Favorite Car — This car penciled out with gas savings, and rebate to be nearly free. It has plenty of power, and pep - seemingly more than most internal combustion engine cars I have driven. Price would have been a bit high without fed. incentives.
Primary Use: Family transportation
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