Nissan

Nissan of Mission Hills

11000 Sepulveda Blvd
Directions Mission Hills, CA 91345

  • Internet Sales: 888-387-8158
  • Service: 888-250-4294
  • Parts: 877-868-2238

2017 Nissan LEAF Hatchback

New Nissan Cars in the greater Northridge, CA Area - Nissan of Mission Hills

Come down to Nissan of Mission Hills if you are searching for a new Nissan car, truck, or SUV. Our greater Northridge Nissan dealer has all the popular Nissan models in stock, including the Altima, Maxima, Sentra, LEAF, Frontier, Versa, Murano and many more. Our Nissan dealership is proud to offer low prices and excellent customer service from a brand that you can trust.

Get Your Quote Today!

Call Nissan Of Mission Hills Sales Department      
Email Nissan Of Mission Hills      
View Nissan Lease Specials in Mission Hills      
View New Nissan Inventory In Mission Hills      



City mpg:
124
Highway mpg:
101

Actual rating will vary with options, driving conditions, habits and vehicle condition.

2017 Nissan LEAF Hatchback Overview

The standard features of the Nissan LEAF S include 107hp engine 1-speed automatic transmission, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), side seat mounted airbags, curtain 1st and 2nd row overhead airbags, airbag occupancy sensor, automatic air conditioning, 16" steel wheels, cruise control, ABS traction control, electronic stability.

2017 Nissan
LEAF Hatchback

Starting at: $30,680

  • Manufacturer Offer

    Financing Offer : 0.0% APR for 72 months on select Nissan LEAF models

    * Read full offer details
    Applies to select new 2017 Nissan LEAF.

    * Disclaimer(s)

    • Truth in Lending Act Disclosure: Down payment will vary with APR and credit. For example, 0.0% APR with $2,500 down payment provides for 72 monthly payments of $13.89 per $1000 financed for qualified buyers. 0.0% for a term of 24 months corresponds to a monthly cost of $41.67 per $1000 financed. 0.0% for a term of 36 months corresponds to a monthly cost of $27.78 per $1000 financed. 0.0% for a term of 39 months corresponds to a monthly cost of $25.64 per $1000 financed. 0.0% for a term of 42 months corresponds to a monthly cost of $23.81 per $1000 financed. 0.0% for a term of 48 months corresponds to a monthly cost of $20.83 per $1000 financed. 0.0% for a term of 60 months corresponds to a monthly cost of $16.67 per $1000 financed. The rates described are for estimation purposes only; you may not be able to finance at this rate.

      See Trims

  • Manufacturer Offer

    $4,000 NMAC Cash Back on Select Nissan models

    * Read full offer details
    Applies to select new 2017 Nissan LEAF.

    * Disclaimer(s)

View New Inventory

Yes, I'm Interested

Specifications

  • Air conditioning
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Speed control
  • Power windows
  • 1-touch down
  • 1-touch up
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Illuminated entry
  • Tilt steering wheel
  • Driver vanity mirror
  • Passenger vanity mirror
  • Front beverage holders
  • Rear beverage holders
  • Overhead console
  • AM/FM radio - SiriusXM
  • CD player
  • MP3 decoder
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Speakers - 4
  • Wireless phone connectivity - Bluetooth
  • 1st row LCD monitors - 1
  • Primary LCD size - 5.0"
  • Basic warranty - 36 months/36,000miles
  • Powertrain warranty - 60 months/60,000miles
  • Corrosion perforation warranty - 60 months/ unlimited distance
  • Roadside assistance coverage - 36 months/ unlimited distance
  • Max seating capacity - 5
  • Front seats - bucket
  • Front center armrest
  • Heated front seats
  • Rear seats - bench
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Engine horsepower - 107hp @ RPM
  • Engine torque - 187 lb.-ft. @ RPM
  • GVWR - 2,010kg (4,431lbs)
  • Exterior length - 4,445mm (175.0")
  • Exterior body width - 1,770mm (69.7")
  • Exterior height - 1,549mm (61.0")
  • Wheelbase - 2,700mm (106.3")
  • Turning radius - 5.2m (17.1')
  • Front legroom - 1,069mm (42.1")
  • Rear legroom - 846mm (33.3")
  • Front headroom - 1,046mm (41.2")
  • Rear headroom - 947mm (37.3")
  • Front hiproom - 1,313mm (51.7")
  • Rear hiproom - 1,270mm (50.0")
  • Front shoulder room - 1,379mm (54.3")
  • Rear shoulder room - 1,334mm (52.5")
  • Passenger volume - 2,616L (92.4 cu.ft.)
  • Interior cargo volume - 668 L (24 cu.ft.)
  • Interior maximum cargo volume - 850 L (30 cu.ft.)
  • Rear cargo - liftgate
  • Power door mirrors
  • Spoiler
  • Door mirrors - body-color
  • Bumpers - body-color
  • Horsepower - 107hp @ RPM
  • Torque - 187 lb.-ft. @ RPM
  • Engine location - front
  • Hybrid electric powertrain type - electric only
  • Hybrid traction battery capacity (kWh) - 30
  • Hybrid traction battery all electric range - 107 miles
  • Recommended fuel - Electric
  • Transmission - 1 speed automatic
  • Drive type - front-wheel
  • Fuel economy combined - 112mpge
  • Fuel economy city - 124mpg
  • Fuel economy highway - 101mpg
  • 4 wheel disc brakes
  • ABS brakes
  • Brake assist
  • Dual front impact airbags
  • Dual front side impact airbags
  • Overhead airbag
  • Occupant sensing airbag
  • Panic alarm
  • Ignition disable
  • Security system
  • Electronic stability
  • Traction control
  • Anti-whiplash front head restraints
  • Front wheel independent suspension
  • Front anti-roll bar
  • Rear anti-roll bar
  • Power steering
  • Speed-sensing steering
  • Front tires - 205/55HR16.0
  • Rear tires - 205/55HR16.0
  • Wheel size - 16"
  • Variably intermittent wipers
  • Rear window wiper
  • Rear window defroster
  • Front reading lights
  • Display - digital
  • Outside temperature display
  • Low tire pressure warning
  • Trip computer
  • Exterior parking camera rear - RearView Monitor yes

Trims

  MSRP Engine Transmission City/Hwy mpg
S 2017 Nissan LEAF Hatchback S Search New $30,680   107-hp 0.0L 0-cyl  1-spd auto  124 / 101  
SV 2017 Nissan LEAF Hatchback SV Search New $34,200   107-hp 0.0L 0-cyl  1-spd auto  124 / 101  
SL 2017 Nissan LEAF Hatchback SL Search New $36,790   107-hp 0.0L 0-cyl  1-spd auto  124 / 101  

Reviews

Driving Impression

Editor:
New Car Test Drive
“”

Entirely calm and quiet, the Leaf can accelerate more quickly than an economy car with an engine. There’s less drama, but also less excitement. At least less visceral excitement. Being rapidly whooshed can be exciting too.

Those healthy 187 pound-feet of torque is there when you want it, although the Leaf isn’t terribly quick between 40 and 70 mph, the two-lane passing speeds.

At speeds above about 50 mph, the Leaf feels breathless, and the steering gets heavier, like it’s pushing into headwind, which is exactly what’s happening with wind drag, so the range drops like a stone.

The accelerator pedal demands a lot of pressure to get all the way down. It’s a deliberate design, to make sure you’re committed to using up your precious energy and range, not unlike your computer asking you, Are you sure?

The Eco mode cuts power by 10 percent to increase the range, but it sure feels like a lot more than 10 percent to us. It’s a good (and safer) thing that when you floor it, it snaps out of Eco and gives what you ask, all the juice it’s got.

One thing that will be a joy to city drivers, which is most of them because an electric car is really a city car, is the tiny turning circle of 17 feet. Easy to make a U-turn to snag that parking space on the opposite side of the street, like they do all the time in San Francisco.

The regenerative braking is tuned to feel like an automatic transmission. There’s a B mode, which increases the regeneration to feel like engine braking. B mode theoretically brings you more range, because it keeps the battery charge higher and longer; but it requires more concentration from the driver, so allow for that aggressive braking.

The low-mounted battery pack lowers the center of gravity, so the balance is good, and there’s no body roll during cornering, but neither is there much feedback or feel in the steering. Hard cornering isn’t what the Leaf is all about anyhow, nor is that something Leaf owners are likely to engage in, on their way home from the library. However, it is a tall car on small wheels, so it’s sensitive to side winds.

Overall, the Leaf’s handling and roadholding are adequate, but hardly engaging; driven aggressively, it’s disappointing, with numb steering and little feedback. The driver feels removed. But on the upside, the turning circle is a shockingly small 17 feet.

Walk Around

Editor:
New Car Test Drive
“”

With some electric cars, you can’t tell. The Leaf isn’t like that. It announces itself with a weird aero jellybean shape. No grille, rather a sloping nose with a hatch over charging port. Frog-like headlamps rise and creep to the windshield pillars. The tail is striped by vertical LED taillamps.

Interior Overview

Editor:
New Car Test Drive
“”

The cabin doesn’t try to match the aero style, but that doesn’t mean there’s not some space-agey features mingling with some cheap controls. The drive selector looks like a mushroom, and the digital displays are dazzling. The Leaf starts with a button and goes into gear with a mouse. The parking brake still uses a pedal, somehow stuck in the last century.

The instrument panel uses two rows bunched behind the steering wheel, plus a screen in the center of the dash that displays range, maps, energy use, nearby recharging points, and more. On the entry-level S it’s five inches, and on other models it’s seven inches.

Due to federal definitions, the Leaf squeezes into that official midsize interior/compact exterior class. It will seat four comfortably and five without much more effort. That’s only possible thanks to the careful mounting of the battery pack deep under the rear seat.

Since an electric car has no engine to drown out the road noise, a well-isolated cabin is critical. A special detail in the Leaf is its exclusive silent windshield wipers; engineers tried using the wipers borrowed from a luxury Infiniti, but they were too loud. We have to ask: does that mean the new Infiniti will feature Leaf wipers?

Summary

Editor:
New Car Test Drive
“”

The Nissan Leaf is a contender in the all-electric field. However, a redesigned model is expected for 2018.

Sam Moses contributed to this report.

Model Lineup

Editor:
New Car Test Drive
“”

The 2017 Nissan Leaf comes in S ($30,680), SL ($34,200), and SV ($36,790) models. (Prices are MSRP and do not include destination charge.)

The S comes with heated seats front and rear, heated steering wheel, Bluetooth, rearview camera, dark nylon upholstery, 16-inch steel wheels and plastic wheel covers, and a 5.0-inch touchscreen. Leaf SV adds a 7.0-inch touchscreen with navigation, power mirrors, and 16-inch alloy wheels.

The SL gets leather seats, 17-inch alloy wheels, and automatic headlamps. Options include a seven-speaker Bose audio system and surround-view cameras.

Your privacy is important to us.

Nissan of Mission Hills takes your privacy seriously and does not rent or sell your personal information to third parties without your consent. Read our privacy policy.