Charging a Nissan Leaf (24kWh)

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Find the right charge point for the Nissan Leaf (24kWh) The Nissan LEAF is the first totally electric car from Nissan and was immediately crowned Car of the Year in 2011. Whether you’re leasing or buying, it’s expected you have questions about driving this innovative EV; What is the Nissan LEAF’s driving range, costs and charging time? And what charge point is most suitable?

We will gladly help you select the optimal charging solution for your car and your home and work situation. This means you will never pay more than necessary.

Nissan LEAF Driving Range

According to Nissan's NEDC test, the electric range is 199 kilometers for the 24kWh LEAF.

However, these are numbers are calculated in a labaratory environment. In our experience the actual range is lower and depends on various driving conditions such as weather, road and temperature.

Nissan LEAF Charging Costs

The Nissan LEAF 24kW can be fully charged for £4,80. This price is based on the average European price of £0.20 per kWh for charging at home (energy prices differ per country and provider). Learn more about public charging tariffs .

Nissan LEAF Charging Time

The 24kW Nissan LEAF can be fully charged in 3.5 hours.

The charging time is estimated by dividing the battery capacity by the charge capacity of the charge point. What is the right charge point for you? Find out more about charging times and charge points below.

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The right charge point for the Nissan LEAF

With a regular wall socket, the 24kW Nissan LEAF takes 10.5 hours to charge. However, with the right charge point these charging times can be decreased significantly.

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As as displayed in the overview, the Nissan LEAF is compatible 1-phase 32A charging. On a 220/240 Volt network, this results in a charging speed of 7.4 kW.

The charging time is estimated by dividing the battery capacity by the charge capacity of the charge point. Actual times may differ.