The number of pre-orders for Nissan Leaf e+ 62 kWh reached 3 000 across Europe

A month after the announcement of the Nissan LEAF e+ with battery 62 kW⋅h the number of pre-orders has reached 3, 000 units across Europe.

A month later after the new model was introduced at CES in Las Vegas, the number of pre-orders for the new Nissan LEAF e+ 3.ZERO Limited Edition reached the level of 3000 across Europe.

Electric car Nissan Leaf e+ 2019 with battery 62 kWh © nissannews.com

New Nissan LEAF e+ 3.ZERO Limited Edition, which is equipped with a battery capacity of 62 kWh, turned out to be a very attractive offer on the old continent. Pre-orders for the new model currently has more than 3000, which puts the Nissan LEAF in excellent position to again achieve record sales in 2019 after a very successful 2018.

Recall that the 2018 Nissan LEAF with a battery capacity of 40 kWh became the best selling electric car in Europe in 2018. In addition, the Nissan LEAF remains the best-selling electric car in the world: more than 380 000 vehicles have been sold worldwide since the release of first electric vehicle in 2010.

Currently Norway is in the lead in pre-orders for new LEAF, reaching almost half of the 3,000 orders, and it is not surprising, because LEAF was the most sold car in Norway in 2018.

Nissan LEAF e+ 3.ZERO Limited Edition has a power output of 160 kW (217 HP) and the expected range of range of up to 385 km on a single charge cycle WLTP.

Delivery of the first electric cars LEAF e+ 3.ZERO Limited Edition for European customers is planned for the summer.

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Recall that the Nissan LEAF has the lowest cost of ownership over 5 years according to the American website Kelley Blue Book.

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