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Nissan Leaf 2018

SV

5.0

(6 trips)

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Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

The car

Nissan Leaf 2018

SV

5.0

(6 trips)

Electric

5 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Omer
5.0
Omer
6 tripsJoined Dec 2015

Typically responds within 1 minute

Omer has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

There are very good reasons to consider the 2018 Leaf. First of all, 150 miles is still plenty of range and can meet the demands of most commutes and daily errands. The vehicle includes a DC fast-charger port (CHAdeMO standard) and a portable charge cable capable of connecting to 120- and 240-volt sources. The SV comes with the Charge package, 17-inch alloy wheels, foglights, adaptive cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 7-inch touchscreen, navigation, NissanConnect (Nissan's web connectivity and remote-access system) and a six-speaker audio system with HD radio and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. With its more powerful electric motor, the second-generation Nissan Leaf feels far more at home when jockeying for position in traffic.. This second-gen Leaf is more of a hare. Acceleration is brisk, and it's gutsy enough to hold its own in traffic. We can't call it a speed demon, but our measured 0-60 mph time of 7.8 seconds. The brakes feel smooth, but most routine braking can be handled by easing off the accelerator if you engage the fantastic new e-pedal mode, which adds control and a bit of fun to the daily drive. The Leaf posted a stopping distance of 128 feet, which is average. The low-slung battery helps the Leaf hug the road, and it has the balance and coordination necessary to inspire confidence. As with most EVs, smooth, instant power and a total absence of shifting make the Nissan Leaf ridiculously easy to drive. It's hard to find fault with the Leaf's basic comfort. It delivers a smooth ride, and the front seats are genuinely comfortable. It's a very serene place to spend time thanks to the inherent quietness of its electric propulsion system. The Leaf's front seats are well-shaped and supportive, yet they still have a nice level of give. They're not overly confining, and they look as if they're well made. The Leaf's ride is smooth and nicely controlled — it's neither too rigid nor too buoyant. It's good at swallowing large and small bumps alike, but a little road texture feel and intermittent jiggliness do come through. The Leaf's electric drive components don't make any noise and lack the commotion that a non-EV car makes when it changes gears. Wind and road noise is the remaining potential noise source, but it isn't overly prominent. The climate control system is reasonably effective, and you don't have to wait through an engine warm-up phase to get heat because of its electric nature. Liberal use will eat into your range, but this is less of an issue with this big battery. Use the seat heaters instead if you want to conserve. The long doors open wide, and the doorsills are pretty short. The seat height is good for ease of entry, and the roof isn't so low that you have to duck. The rear door openings are generous, and the flattish roofline helps aid entry there, too. There is plenty of front and rear legroom, and headroom is generous as well. The Leaf's cabin isn't terribly wide, but it feels appropriate for its size. It's easy to see out thanks to the generously sized windows. Cornering sight lines are aided by peekaboo windows ahead of the front windows, but the rear roof pillars produce a bigger blind spot. The bottom edge of the rear glass is nice and low. The Leaf's standard cargo space is impressive when the rear seats are in the normal position due to a very low floor. Fold them flat, This is where the original Leaf fell flat, but the second-generation version has made huge strides. We like the new audio system and its support of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. And ProPilot Assist, while not a hands-free automated driving system, is effective at easing the driver's workload in freeway traffic. The SV comes with a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system that supports AM/FM, HD radio and satellite radio with real-time traffic information. Two knobs provide volume and tune control, and there are easily understood hard buttons for more complex adjustments. The Leaf has a USB port that allows a smartphone to be connected, and the upgraded 7-inch touchscreen audio system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Alternatively, you can stream music with Bluetooth audio, and those who prefer to go old school can use the aux jack. Automatic emergency braking is standard on all models; SV offer standard adaptive cruise control. All Leafs have voice controls for Bluetooth-connected phones, and those with the 7-inch touchscreen also have voice controls for audio and navigation functions. The menus are fairly straightforward, but certain phrasing is necessary to get your point across Absolutely no smoking or pets in the vehicle: $250 for cleaning for smoke smell, Vape smell, pets, excessive staining and spilling food or drinks.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Long-term car

USB input

Extras (2)

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range.

$25/trip

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$20/trip

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(6 ratings)

Reviews

MARCELLE B.

MARCELLEAug 12, 2020

Very easy to drive and Omer was very kind and available for any concerns..

Joanna S.

JoannaFeb 26, 2020

Great communication and easy drop and pick up

Wesley B.

WesleyFeb 16, 2020

Omer was great at communicating where and when to meet. The car was a pleasure to drive. Those electric vehicles are the way of the future!

Turo

TuroDec 5, 2019

The host cancelled this trip 22 hours before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Matthew G.

MatthewNov 18, 2019

Timely communication and quite understanding of my changing schedule. Thank you Omer, I look forward to renting/chatting again in the future.

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The car

Nissan Leaf 2018

SV

5.0

(6 trips)

Electric

5 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Omer
5.0
Omer
6 tripsJoined Dec 2015

Typically responds within 1 minute

Omer has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

There are very good reasons to consider the 2018 Leaf. First of all, 150 miles is still plenty of range and can meet the demands of most commutes and daily errands. The vehicle includes a DC fast-charger port (CHAdeMO standard) and a portable charge cable capable of connecting to 120- and 240-volt sources. The SV comes with the Charge package, 17-inch alloy wheels, foglights, adaptive cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a 7-inch touchscreen, navigation, NissanConnect (Nissan's web connectivity and remote-access system) and a six-speaker audio system with HD radio and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. With its more powerful electric motor, the second-generation Nissan Leaf feels far more at home when jockeying for position in traffic.. This second-gen Leaf is more of a hare. Acceleration is brisk, and it's gutsy enough to hold its own in traffic. We can't call it a speed demon, but our measured 0-60 mph time of 7.8 seconds. The brakes feel smooth, but most routine braking can be handled by easing off the accelerator if you engage the fantastic new e-pedal mode, which adds control and a bit of fun to the daily drive. The Leaf posted a stopping distance of 128 feet, which is average. The low-slung battery helps the Leaf hug the road, and it has the balance and coordination necessary to inspire confidence. As with most EVs, smooth, instant power and a total absence of shifting make the Nissan Leaf ridiculously easy to drive. It's hard to find fault with the Leaf's basic comfort. It delivers a smooth ride, and the front seats are genuinely comfortable. It's a very serene place to spend time thanks to the inherent quietness of its electric propulsion system. The Leaf's front seats are well-shaped and supportive, yet they still have a nice level of give. They're not overly confining, and they look as if they're well made. The Leaf's ride is smooth and nicely controlled — it's neither too rigid nor too buoyant. It's good at swallowing large and small bumps alike, but a little road texture feel and intermittent jiggliness do come through. The Leaf's electric drive components don't make any noise and lack the commotion that a non-EV car makes when it changes gears. Wind and road noise is the remaining potential noise source, but it isn't overly prominent. The climate control system is reasonably effective, and you don't have to wait through an engine warm-up phase to get heat because of its electric nature. Liberal use will eat into your range, but this is less of an issue with this big battery. Use the seat heaters instead if you want to conserve. The long doors open wide, and the doorsills are pretty short. The seat height is good for ease of entry, and the roof isn't so low that you have to duck. The rear door openings are generous, and the flattish roofline helps aid entry there, too. There is plenty of front and rear legroom, and headroom is generous as well. The Leaf's cabin isn't terribly wide, but it feels appropriate for its size. It's easy to see out thanks to the generously sized windows. Cornering sight lines are aided by peekaboo windows ahead of the front windows, but the rear roof pillars produce a bigger blind spot. The bottom edge of the rear glass is nice and low. The Leaf's standard cargo space is impressive when the rear seats are in the normal position due to a very low floor. Fold them flat, This is where the original Leaf fell flat, but the second-generation version has made huge strides. We like the new audio system and its support of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. And ProPilot Assist, while not a hands-free automated driving system, is effective at easing the driver's workload in freeway traffic. The SV comes with a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system that supports AM/FM, HD radio and satellite radio with real-time traffic information. Two knobs provide volume and tune control, and there are easily understood hard buttons for more complex adjustments. The Leaf has a USB port that allows a smartphone to be connected, and the upgraded 7-inch touchscreen audio system supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Alternatively, you can stream music with Bluetooth audio, and those who prefer to go old school can use the aux jack. Automatic emergency braking is standard on all models; SV offer standard adaptive cruise control. All Leafs have voice controls for Bluetooth-connected phones, and those with the 7-inch touchscreen also have voice controls for audio and navigation functions. The menus are fairly straightforward, but certain phrasing is necessary to get your point across Absolutely no smoking or pets in the vehicle: $250 for cleaning for smoke smell, Vape smell, pets, excessive staining and spilling food or drinks.

Features

Must be 21+ to book

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Bluetooth

GPS

Long-term car

USB input

Extras

Add optional Extras to your trip at checkout.

Prepaid EV recharge

Save time and make dropoff a breeze by adding this Extra, which allows you to return my car without fully recharging. Please return with at least 30 miles of range.

$25/trip

Post-trip cleaning

Return the car hassle free, without worrying about cleaning up after your trip. Does not cover upholstery cleaning, spills, stains, pet hair, or smoke removal.

$20/trip

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(6 ratings)

Reviews

MARCELLE B.

MARCELLEAug 12, 2020

Very easy to drive and Omer was very kind and available for any concerns..

Joanna S.

JoannaFeb 26, 2020

Great communication and easy drop and pick up

Wesley B.

WesleyFeb 16, 2020

Omer was great at communicating where and when to meet. The car was a pleasure to drive. Those electric vehicles are the way of the future!

Turo

TuroDec 5, 2019

The host cancelled this trip 22 hours before it started. This message was automatically posted by Turo.

Matthew G.

MatthewNov 18, 2019

Timely communication and quite understanding of my changing schedule. Thank you Omer, I look forward to renting/chatting again in the future.

Pickup & return location
Enter a delivery address

Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi

Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Liberty Mutual

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