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$Nissan Leaf 2014

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Nissan Leaf 2014

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Nissan Leaf 2014

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Nissan Leaf 2014

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Nissan Leaf 2014

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Nissan Leaf 2014

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Nissan Leaf 2014

SL

4.76

(27 trips)

Trip start

Trip end



Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Great Cars PNW LLC

5.0

Great Cars PNW LLC

All-Star Host

591 tripsJoined Jul 2017

Typically responds in 4 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Great Cars PNW LLC are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Great Cars PNW LLC has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

This is an all electric car with driving range of 50-70 miles before requiring a full recharge. No gas required. Once the charge wears down it requires 12+ hours for full charge. If booking for multiple days make sure you have charging plate in your garage or overnight parking spot. It has got heated seats, Bluetooth, backup camera. This car is terrific and fun for local jaunts. It is capable for reaching further destinations if you have enough time to use the abundance of charge stations around the metro areas. Best to stick near Seattle/Eastside/Tacoma. Trips to Bellingham/Olympia require a couple stops for quick CHAdeMo charge ups (time 20-45 minutes). How far you can drive on a battery charge depends on conditions of use (hills, lead foot, A/C use...) Note that charging at more abundant Level 2 stations can take 2 hours. Trips to Snoqualmie Pass can work, but plan to stop and charge en route at least 1x each way. Bremerton, Bainbridge, Vashon, Kingston are accessible with this car, and they are reasonably well resourced with Level 2 charging stations. In this car, trips to Mount Rainier or the North Cascades are not practical on a two or three day jaunt. Normally 2.5 hours each way in a gas-powered car, getting to either of these places would be all-day journeys in this all-electric car, due to multiple stops to charge (going uphill to the mountains burns more juice). Important to download PlugShare & Chargepoint apps to plan your trips accordingly. Electrify America and EVgo are also useful. In the Seattle metro area, Volta offers a number of free Level 2 chargers. When planning your trip, you will want to review the charger types available on your route before you count on them. Not all chargers will work with this vehicle.

Features

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Bluetooth

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

USB charger

Extras (1)

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

Guidelines

No pets, no smoking and please return the car clean

Faqs

  • How do I charge the car?

    I will share an charging power cord that goes into a standard 110v wall outlet, Make sure your hotel or parking spot have an wall outlet for 110v

  • Can I rely on the dashboard readout the predicts miles of driving available in the battery?

    No. Battery percentage is reliable. Range forecast is not. It is counter intuitive but on electric cars freeway miles (higher speed) drains the battery faster. Do not rely on the dashboard readout of driving range to plan how far you can drive. Actual range is usually less than the readout says.

  • If charging stations are sometimes broken, how can I plan a trip of 50 miles or more?

    1. Use the PlugShare & Chargepoint apps to carefully plan your trip. Identify which chargers have Level 2 or Chademo cables. Identify "fallback" charging options in each area where you plan to stop. 2. Build in some redundancy: leave yourself some 30+% in the battery to get to the next known charger. Don't run it down too low to reach another charging station. 3.: Leave time for charging. Outside of the Seattle metro area, most chargers that work in this car are Level 2 only. At these chargers, means it will likely take 2+ hours to get enough juice for the next leg of your journey. For example, we recently drove to Bellingham from Seattle. We made planned stops to charge for 15-30 minutes at well-maintained Chademo stations run by Electrify America at the Tulalip outlet mall and in Mount Vernon.

  • Where can I charge when on the move?

    Download PlugShare & Chargepoint apps and they show both free as well as commercial charging stations. If you stay around the Seattle area and plan ahead you will find there are quite a few available around.

Ratings and reviews

4.76

(21 ratings)

Reviews

Ali M.

AliMay 1, 2022

Very convenient car and awesome check in and out from the owner Thank you

Great Cars PNW LLC's response

Thanks for being a great guest and taking good care of the car. We hope you liked the Leaf and consider it as one of your next cars.

Jamarius F.

jamariusDec 30, 2021

Great host

Vandna M.

VandnaDec 21, 2021

Really nice experience with this Leaf. Charge estimate on dashboard was always accurate and never gave me range anxiety.

Nader A.

NaderNov 23, 2021

Five stars all around!

Great Cars PNW LLC's response

❤️ Thanks Nader, glad to hear that the electric car worked great for your use case 🙏🏽🙏🏽

Nikki S.

NikkiNov 8, 2021

Not worth it. We had to charge this car 4 times a day. We would try to drive just even seattle and the battery would go down to 30% so we pretty much got ripped off. I wasted like 7 hours of my life charging this car because it’s a 50 minute wait every time. The host of the car also said it would go 80 miles.. it goes about 10 miles. Can’t even make it to Bellevue.

Great Cars PNW LLC's response

It would have helped if you read and/or listened to the instructions we shared which every reviewer of this car raves about. For clarity, the car can and does go 60 miles on full charge. If we had accommodated your request of having someone else return the car and not insisted that the primary driver has to be there as per Turo’s rules, the review might have been different. Next time please take the time to read the description so that you make the right choices for your use case.

Pickup at car location

Kirkland, WA 98034
Free

Delivery locations

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
$60.00

Cancellation policy
$Nissan Leaf 2014

1 of 6

Nissan Leaf 2014

1 of 6

Nissan Leaf 2014

1 of 6

Nissan Leaf 2014

1 of 6

Nissan Leaf 2014

1 of 6

Nissan Leaf 2014

1 of 6

Nissan Leaf 2014

SL

4.76

(27 trips)

Electric

4 doors

5 seats

Hosted by

Great Cars PNW LLC

5.0

Great Cars PNW LLC

All-Star Host

591 tripsJoined Jul 2017

Typically responds in 4 minutes

All-Star Hosts like Great Cars PNW LLC are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Great Cars PNW LLC has completed training on enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices.

Description

This is an all electric car with driving range of 50-70 miles before requiring a full recharge. No gas required. Once the charge wears down it requires 12+ hours for full charge. If booking for multiple days make sure you have charging plate in your garage or overnight parking spot. It has got heated seats, Bluetooth, backup camera. This car is terrific and fun for local jaunts. It is capable for reaching further destinations if you have enough time to use the abundance of charge stations around the metro areas. Best to stick near Seattle/Eastside/Tacoma. Trips to Bellingham/Olympia require a couple stops for quick CHAdeMo charge ups (time 20-45 minutes). How far you can drive on a battery charge depends on conditions of use (hills, lead foot, A/C use...) Note that charging at more abundant Level 2 stations can take 2 hours. Trips to Snoqualmie Pass can work, but plan to stop and charge en route at least 1x each way. Bremerton, Bainbridge, Vashon, Kingston are accessible with this car, and they are reasonably well resourced with Level 2 charging stations. In this car, trips to Mount Rainier or the North Cascades are not practical on a two or three day jaunt. Normally 2.5 hours each way in a gas-powered car, getting to either of these places would be all-day journeys in this all-electric car, due to multiple stops to charge (going uphill to the mountains burns more juice). Important to download PlugShare & Chargepoint apps to plan your trips accordingly. Electrify America and EVgo are also useful. In the Seattle metro area, Volta offers a number of free Level 2 chargers. When planning your trip, you will want to review the charger types available on your route before you count on them. Not all chargers will work with this vehicle.

Features

Automatic transmission

AUX input

Backup camera

Bluetooth

Heated seats

Keyless entry

Long-term car

USB charger

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

Guidelines

No pets, no smoking and please return the car clean

Faqs

  • How do I charge the car?

    I will share an charging power cord that goes into a standard 110v wall outlet, Make sure your hotel or parking spot have an wall outlet for 110v

  • Can I rely on the dashboard readout the predicts miles of driving available in the battery?

    No. Battery percentage is reliable. Range forecast is not. It is counter intuitive but on electric cars freeway miles (higher speed) drains the battery faster. Do not rely on the dashboard readout of driving range to plan how far you can drive. Actual range is usually less than the readout says.

  • If charging stations are sometimes broken, how can I plan a trip of 50 miles or more?

    1. Use the PlugShare & Chargepoint apps to carefully plan your trip. Identify which chargers have Level 2 or Chademo cables. Identify "fallback" charging options in each area where you plan to stop. 2. Build in some redundancy: leave yourself some 30+% in the battery to get to the next known charger. Don't run it down too low to reach another charging station. 3.: Leave time for charging. Outside of the Seattle metro area, most chargers that work in this car are Level 2 only. At these chargers, means it will likely take 2+ hours to get enough juice for the next leg of your journey. For example, we recently drove to Bellingham from Seattle. We made planned stops to charge for 15-30 minutes at well-maintained Chademo stations run by Electrify America at the Tulalip outlet mall and in Mount Vernon.

  • Where can I charge when on the move?

    Download PlugShare & Chargepoint apps and they show both free as well as commercial charging stations. If you stay around the Seattle area and plan ahead you will find there are quite a few available around.

Ratings and reviews

4.76

(21 ratings)

Reviews

Ali M.

AliMay 1, 2022

Very convenient car and awesome check in and out from the owner Thank you

Great Cars PNW LLC's response

Thanks for being a great guest and taking good care of the car. We hope you liked the Leaf and consider it as one of your next cars.

Jamarius F.

jamariusDec 30, 2021

Great host

Vandna M.

VandnaDec 21, 2021

Really nice experience with this Leaf. Charge estimate on dashboard was always accurate and never gave me range anxiety.

Nader A.

NaderNov 23, 2021

Five stars all around!

Great Cars PNW LLC's response

❤️ Thanks Nader, glad to hear that the electric car worked great for your use case 🙏🏽🙏🏽

Nikki S.

NikkiNov 8, 2021

Not worth it. We had to charge this car 4 times a day. We would try to drive just even seattle and the battery would go down to 30% so we pretty much got ripped off. I wasted like 7 hours of my life charging this car because it’s a 50 minute wait every time. The host of the car also said it would go 80 miles.. it goes about 10 miles. Can’t even make it to Bellevue.

Great Cars PNW LLC's response

It would have helped if you read and/or listened to the instructions we shared which every reviewer of this car raves about. For clarity, the car can and does go 60 miles on full charge. If we had accommodated your request of having someone else return the car and not insisted that the primary driver has to be there as per Turo’s rules, the review might have been different. Next time please take the time to read the description so that you make the right choices for your use case.


Trip start

Trip end


Distance included

Day

200 mi

Week

1400 mi

Month

6000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Kirkland, WA 98034
Free

Delivery locations

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
$60.00
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