A Reader Review Of The Nissan LEAF (w/Video)
Nice job Kaleb! You might want to add 1. How smoothly the EV accelerates without using a transmission. 2. There is no transmission. 3. The efficiency compared to a typical ICE. (My Leaf, which I’ve been driving for 18 months, gets 4.8 miles per kwh. When we multiply that by 33.7 to determine MPG equivalent (MPGe), we see that I get as amazing 161.76 MPGe! Today’s average ICE gets only about 23.6 MPG. The 33.7 kwh per gallon of gas conversation number comes from the EPA. 4. I noticed that you park in a garage. Have you noticed how you EV doesn’t get you garage all hot. That’s because the EV is so much more efficient that there’s very little heat generated by the electric motor. A typical ICE is much less efficient and produces a lot of unnecessary heat. 5. Options exist to charge much faster. Talk about the Level 2 and quick charge. 6. $7,500 federal tax rebate. 7. Nissan’s...