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Charging Points

Things have moved on a lot from 2011 when it comes to charging points for EV’s and cars like the Nissan LEAF. There are now five times more charging stations in the UK, currently around 13,000.

With the plans now in place, the argument around not enough charging stations to warrant getting an EV are evaporating. 

  • New high powered charging hubs that will charge your Ev in 20minutes
  • BP has acquired a company so it can add charging units to its forecourts
  • Tesco are looking to provide charging units
  • Potential for all new homes to have charging ports as standard
  • Proposal for street lights to have charging ports for on street charging
  • Proposal for offices to have charging points as well
  • Free rapid-charge points at participating Nissan dealerships (or refer to Holdcroft)
  • Charge your EV at home with a Nissan WALLBOX or simple plug-in
  • Recharge on the go by selecting the B mode (recover braking energy) from your driver modes

The future is looking bright for charging points and the making the EV more accessible to everyone


This is a big area when it comes to EV cars and one many people discuss. The LEAF starts from £27,995 and below we have listed out some of the costing advantages of purchasing the NIssan LEAF

  • You qualify for the a £3,500 government grant off the price of a brand new LEAF 
  • LEAF owners qualify for the 100% discount on London congestion charge with a potential annual saving of around £2,500 pounds *
  • It has been reported that batteries for EV’s have dropped around 50% in price and with the government looking to cut the cost for recharging, why not look to get an electric car, what’s stopping you?
  • With the LEAF being cheaper than £40,000 it will be exempt from road tax
  • It has been reported in the Guardian that EV will currently save you 5% over a diesel vehicle
  • You can get £500 off a home charger through a government scheme
  • It has been reported that drivers can save up to a £1000 a year in fuel costs when using a home charging point.
  • Fewer moving parts on the LEAF which means lower maintenance costs
  • Free 8 year / 100,000 miles Nissan LEAF battery warranty

Over the coming years the cost of running is only going to get better and more competitive. Get in touch today to discuss the LEAF and how you can change your carbon footprint.


Cost / Finance

Below is an example finance package for the Nissan LEAF Acenta 40Kwh

From - £299.53 p/m


  • MONTHLY COST | £299.53
  • CUSTOMER DEPOSIT | £299.00
  • CASH PRICE | £24,524.00
  • TOTAL AMOUNT OF CREDIT | £23,255.60
  • TOTAL AMOUNT PAYABLE | £32,187.78
  • REPRESENTATIVE APR (%) | 4.99%
  • ANNUAL MILEAGE | 6,000



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Making an impact on climate change and helping the environment

How are we looking to the future of our planet?

The LEAF and EV cars in general are produced to help save the planet. So why just focus on the engine area? Nissan have thought of this and have additional aspects to do our bit for the environment. Below we have listed out some relevant information on how eco-friendly the LEAF actually is.

  • The Nissan LEAF was the ‘World Green Car 2018’
  • Zero emissions while driving
  • 99% of the Nissan LEAF can be recycled once the vehicle comes to the end of its lifespan
  • Parts and components of the body are made from recycled aluminium
  • The batteries within the LEAF are lithium which means they can be recycled
  • All the Nissan LEAF vehicles sold around the world have assisted in reducing the CO2 emissions by 241 million kilograms
  • Recycled clothing is used for the sound installation under the bonnet 
  • 60% of the interior has been created using recycled water bottles
  • The seat materials are made from recycled PET bottles ( PET is a type of plastic )
  • Recycled copper and steel are also used in the construction of the LEAF
  • Nissan LEAF EV ion batteries are not toxic and can be converted into stationary energy storage structures for homes once their life cycle as a Nissan LEAF battery has ended
  • Nissan LEAF EV batteries make up a key street lighting structure for the Japanese city Fukushima within the 'Reborn Light' project framework. These batteries are completely off grid, because they have been restructured into solar powered recharging cells…

As you can see there are some amazing aspects when it comes to the Nissan LEAF and how we are looking to make less of an impact on the environment.

60% of the interior has been created using recycled water bottles
Recycled copper and steel are also used in the construction of the LEAF
The seat materials are made from recycled PET bottles ( PET is a type of plastic )
Nissan LEAF Interior

How does your current car compare to the LEAF?

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The spec for the new Nissan LEAF

Safety Features

  • ABS and EBD
  • Brake Assist
  • Hill Start ASSIST
  • 6 Airbags (Front, Side and Curtain)
  • Intelligent Trace Control
  • Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian recognition
  • High Beam Assist
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Intelligent Lane Intervention
  • Cross Traffic Alert
  • Blind Sport Warning
  • Thatcham Alarm

Audio and Technology

    • Intelligent Cruise Control and Speed Limiter
    • Lane Keep Assist
    • AutoSteer
  • e-Pedal (with regenerative function)
  • NissanConnect EV Telematics system (Activate Charging, Eco Routing, Driving Range, Preset Air Conditioning, Nearby Charging Stations and Touch Screen)
  • 6 Speakers
  • Intelligent Around View Monitor
  • Moving Object Detection
  • Intelligent Driver alertness
  • Parking sensors
  • Heat pump-energy saving cabin heating system

Convenience and Comfort

  • Rear View Mirror (with Auto Dimming)
  • Heated Leather Steering Wheel
  • Heated Seats (Front and Rear)
  • Nissan Intelligent Smart Key with Start Button
  • Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Front and Rear electric windows

Exterior Styling

  • 17" Alloy Wheels
  • Privacy Glass
  • Electric Folding Door Mirrors
  • B-pillar gloss black
  • Front Fog Lamps
  • Full projector halogen Headlights with follow me home function
  • Tilt adjustable Steering wheel
  • Automatic Headlights
  • Rain sensing windscreen wiper
  • Chrome Door Handles
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Learning Centre / FAQ's

Find out all the answers to the top questions asked by people whoare thinking about purchasing a Nissan LEAF

What is the cost of the new Nissan LEAF?

The Nissan LEAF starts from £27,995 and you are also have access to the government grant of £3,500 to go towards your purchase.

How do I find a charging station on the go?

Use the Nissan LEAF’s Zero Emission menu on your navigation screen to find the closest public charging station to you. The system is smarter than ever on the Nissan LEAF, with additional filters that let you search by type of charger and method of payment.

Download the NissanConnect EV app to view charging stations near your car, store your favourite charging locations (your vehicle will tell you when you are close and remind you to plug-in) and monitor your car battery status

What kind of advanced safety features the Nissan LEAF have?

The Nissan LEAF offers some of the most advanced technologies available. These are features that help you see better, alert you to what’s happening around you, and, in some cases, even step in and take action. Includes Automatic Emergency Braking, Blind Spot Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Recognition, and much more. With all these advanced safety features, the European New Car Assessment Program (Euro NCAP) has given the Nissan LEAF a maximum five-star safety rating.****

What does it feel like to drive an electric car?

Driving an electric vehicle isn’t that different to driving an automatic car but without the noisy petrol or diesel engine, it’s exceptionally quiet inside the Nissan LEAF. The best way to really find out is to try it for yourself!

How far can a Nissan LEAF go on a full charge?

The Nissan LEAF has a WLTP range of 168 miles, while the Nissan LEAF e+ has a WLTP range of 239 miles.**

Does the Nissan LEAF have one-pedal driving

Yes. The Nissan LEAF features the e-Pedal™. You can speed up and slow down in one smooth motion. It’s lots of fun, and enhances regenerative braking, too. At the flip of a switch, you can go back to driving with two pedals.****

Where are the electric car charging stations located?

There are now 4,600 public charging stations in Europe and more are being built everyday - check the charging map to locate them! 

Charging Stations

Is the Nissan LEAF equipped with cruise control?

Yes, all versions of the Nissan LEAF are equipped with cruise control.

If the engine doesn’t produce any heat, how is the interior kept warm?

The Nissan LEAF uses fully-integrated electric heating to keep you warm.

Does Nissan LEAF have apple carplay

Yes. The Nissan LEAF offers Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto® on all versions, for the most seamless integration with your compatible smartphone.

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