Nissan Leaf Launching In India Very Soon?

Nissan has a long history in India. Although sales and brand recognition haven’t exactly been great over the past few years, the Nissan Magnite has done a nice job of containing the damage. Nissan is getting ready to introduce the Leaf in India in order to gain market share there. What is known about the Leaf’s launch is listed here!

The Nissan Leaf is what?

The Leaf is an all-electric vehicle that has been offered for quite some time in international markets. It is a compact hatchback with a tonne of high-tech features. Nothing else is known, but the Nissan Leaf has been seen undergoing testing there.                                               

What time will it launch?

Nissan announced in its invitation to the Move Beyond event that the Leaf would debut on October 18, 2022. Yes, this is a very covert launch since the EV hasn’t even been given a name.


The brand-new Tata Tiago EV and the Nissan Leaf will be direct competitors. That is the only rival this vehicle currently has. Depending on the price, the Leaf might also go up against the Hyundai Kona, MG ZSev, and Tata Nexon EV. It is hoped that the pricing will be reasonable and that everyone will be able to afford this vehicle.

Battery and features

Overall, the Leaf performs better than anticipated. Although it isn’t the most opulent or roomy car, it is quite contemporary. It comes with all the necessary convenience features and a plethora of ADAS features. A 40kWh battery powers the motor, which produces roughly 146HP and 320nm. Around 240 kilometres is the range, which is not as competitive. Nissan should introduce the Leaf in India with a larger battery and increased range.

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