Alex Bernstein
Senior Pricing Analyst - September 27, 2019

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Initial order guides point to the Nissan LEAF being a carryover for the 2020 model year. Interestingly, the brand's flagship EV will continue to be offered in Plus and Non-Plus variants.

The current LEAF starts with a 40 kWh battery with up to 150 miles of range. "Plus" versions come with a 62 kWh battery capable of up to 226 miles depending on trim.

Unfortunately, full official specs are not yet available. As a result, it's unclear whether Nissan plans to up the ante with any sort of improvement in range for either style.

Meanwhile, competitors like the Tesla Model 3 offer up to 310 miles of range, while the 2020 Chevy Bolt EV promises a range of up to 259 miles, a 20% improvement compared to before.

Production of the 2020 Nissan LEAF is set to begin in November 2019. As a result, shoppers may not see cars arrive until early 2020.

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