PLEASE READ: This is a 100% Electric, zero Emission Nissan Leaf (will not take gasoline). The Leaf goes about 70-80 miles per charge depending on how fast your are driving and if you are using A/C or heat your mileage will be diminished. Great for getting around San Diego, not great for driving to L.A.
Comes with 110 volt trickle charger that can be plugged into a standard house outlet or charged for free at places like Trader Joes/ Wholefoods Hillcrest, while you shop.
The best way to work this car is it plug it in at night, so it refuels while you are sleeping. This cars battery pack does NOT charge in a 1/2 hour like your cellphone.
From a completely dead battery the Leaf takes between 4-8 hours to charge fully (depending on the level of charger it is plugged into).
2011 Nissan LeafJeremy's Nissan154.59
This is a special car, being an electric, so you should be aware of what its quirks and limitations are. It would be most useful for frequent short trips in a limited area rather than for long drives. The miles-to-drive meter can't be all that relied on and charging the car takes longer than you might think. It helps if you live or stay in a place with a good outlet for overnight charging and if you are working somewhere it helps to have a charger where you go. Jeremy is a fine renter, the car was smooth, clean, quiet and peppy enough but you should be aware of the above. I used an app to know where chargers were and I also drove almost exclusively in ECO mode to keep the mileage up.