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2013 Nissan LEAF S
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have a battery instead of a gasoline tank, and an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine (ICE).

VIN: 1N4AZ0CP1DC416782
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) have a battery instead of a gasoline tank, and an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine (ICE).
Mileage:
23,030
Total Range:
84 Mi
Seats:
5
Distance from you:
4,853
$12,995
Mileage:
23,030
Distance from you:
4,853

HIGHLIGHTS:

Back Up Camera
CHAdeMO

SELLER’S STORY:

Bluetooth, Remote power door locks, Power windows with 1 one-touch, Heated drivers seat, Automatic Transmission, 4-wheel ABS brakes, Air conditioning with climate control, Audio controls on steering wheel, Traction control - ABS, Head airbags - Curtain 1st and 2nd row, Passenger Airbag, 107 hp horsepower, Heated passenger seat, Power heated mirrors, Tilt steering wheel, 4 Doors, Front-wheel drive, Fuel economy EPA highway (mpg): 102 and EPA city (mpg): 129, Heated steering wheel, External temperature display, Trip computer, Video Monitor Location - Front, Speed-proportional power steering, Keyless Ignition - Doors and push button start, Transmission hill holder, Stability control, Climate controlled - Driver and passenger heated-cushion, driver and passenger heated-seatback, Climate control

Location

Honolulu, HI

EQUIPMENT & OPTIONS:

+ Alloy Wheels
+ Bluetooth
+ Child Safety
+ Backup Camera
+ Satellite Radio
+ Voice Recognition
+ Power Outlet
+ Anti-Theft System
+ Internet Radio
+ Heated Steering Wheel

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EXTERIOR:

Body StyleHatchback
Exterior ColorSilve...
Length 175"
Wheelbase 106"
Width 69.7"
Width Full N/A
Clearance 6"

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INTERIOR:

Seating5
Interior ColorBlack
Head Room Front 41"
Head Room Rear 37"
Leg Room Front 42"
Leg Room Rear 33"
Shoulder Room Front 54"
Shoulder Room Rear 52"
Hip Room Front 51"
Hip Room Rear 50"
Curb Weight 3256 lbs
Weight Distribution N/A
Rear Cargo Volume 24"
Rear Cargo Volume With Seats Down 30"
Front Trunk Cargo Volume N/A

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BEV PERFORMANCE:

Horsepower 107 hp
Top Speed 90 mph
0-60 9 seconds

CHARGING:

Electric Range

Range is the amount of distance this vehicle can travel on a full charge.

84 Mi.
Battery size

Battery size represents the technical capacity of the battery.

24 kWh
Cost to charge (full)

Cost to charge represents approximately how much this vehicle will cost to charge from empty to full based on home charging options. Charging rates vary based on destination so this number is unique to your zip code.

$2.5
Monthly charge cost

Monthly charge costs are calculated based on the national average of 12,000 miles driven per year and the cost of electricity within your zip code.

$30

HOME CHARGING OPTIONS:

NEMA 5-15

Full charge in 20+ Hours

Labor $0 | Parts $0

NEMA 14-50

Full charge in 6-8 Hours

Labor $0-100 | Parts $150-300

Wall connector

Full charge in 6-8 Hours

Labor $300-600 | Parts from $379

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Listed for sale 142 days ago

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Term Length 72 Month

Down Payment $1299.5 (10%)

Est. Monthly Payment This estimate is for illustration purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. Acquisition fees, destination charges, tag, title, and other fees are not included in this calculation.

$26,182

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Asking price: $12,995
EST. PAYMENT: $540 / MO.
This estimate was generated with 10% down over a 72 month term.This estimate is for illustration purposes only and accuracy is not guaranteed. Acquisition fees, destination charges, tag, title, and other fees are not included in this calculation.

Estimated savings

  • Electricity vs. Gas

    We've assumed a fuel economy of 21 miles per gallon for a comparable gasoline powered premium sedan, for example, the 2016 Mercedes-Benz S550. We've also assumed the national average of $0.13 per kilowatt-hour for electricity, 10% charging on Tesla’s Supercharger network and $2.70 per gallon for premium gasoline over the next five years.

    $300
  • Express Lane bills

    Florida has allowed owners of hybrid, electric and other low-emission vehicles to ride in high-occupancy-vehicle lanes with only one person in the car between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays. And with the introduction of the I-95 express lanes, they don't have to pay tolls.

    $120
  • Maintanance

    EVs benefit from not requiring oil changes or other maintenance costs for exhaust systems. Studies have shown that this represents a 35 percent decrease in cost over time. Some calculations peg this to about 3 or 4 cents per mile of maintenance cost in an EV versus closer to 6 cents in an internal combustion car.

    $120
  • Total estimate $540

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