Last Update: Feb. 27, 2017, 5:55 a.m.

Nissan Leaf Fuel Consumption

Year Modification Recommended fuel Consumption per year
2013 Leaf Automatic Electricity 0L
2012 Leaf Automatic Electricity 0L
2011 Leaf Automatic Electricity 0L

If you drive Nissan Leaf made in 2011, it would be interesting to know how much petrol your car consumes. There is a strong connection between car age and consumption rate. Note that you should use fuel type Electricity to achieve these results in consumption. For some drivers it’s necessary to understand fuel needs for a whole year. On the average basis consumption per year will be quite like 0L.

  • The brand Nissan provides all economic elements to lower consumption in Leaf Automatic.

  • On average you’ll need 0L of fuel to drive the Leaf with this engine.

  • There is no need to buy petrol – use Electricity and your Leaf will be ready for trips.

  • These data are true for Leaf Automatic of the year 2012 with average mileage.

  • Modern electric car Nissan Leaf gives you freedom of using fossil fuels, use only Electricity to go.

  • In 2011 year Leaf Automatic proved to be quite affordable to charge and drive.

Take into account that if you buy Leaf of the 2011 year, you might not get the initial figures. If your actual data are not sufficient, there might be some technical problems. Always check your figures of consumption for Leaf Automatic and compare with initial data of the Nissan.

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