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2019 Nissan LEAF Details released for U.S.: No price increase

We still await the extended-range E-Plus Automotive columnist: , Updated:

Nissan has announced details and pricing in the U.S. for the 2019 Nissan LEAF. Pricing for all three trim levels will remain the same for American consumers, so we can probably assume that will be the case in Canada as well.

The LEAF, now into its second generation, has sold almost 350,000 units worldwide since it debuted back in 2010. The 2019 LEAF has a range of around 240 km and incorporates ProPilot Assist and e-Pedal technologies.

What’s new
For 2019, the Nissan LEAF gets standard Rear Door Alert (RDA), but no other changes, at least according to Nissan in the U.S. As we previously reported, an extended-range “E-Plus” version will be available at some point down the road – but that remains just that… down the road.

LEAF main points
Among the technology and convenience features are that standard e-Pedal, automatic emergency braking, automatic on/off headlights, Nissan intelligent key with push button start, Bluetooth hands-free phone system, streaming audio via Bluetooth, SiriusXM satellite radio, hands-free text messaging assistant, automatic temperature control with HVAC timer (on a 7.0-inch info screen) and 60/40 split fold-down rear seats.

Also available are NissanConnect with navigation featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, NissanConnect services powered by SiriusXM, 7-speaker Bose premium audio system, intelligent cruise control, quick charge port, blind spot warning, rear cross traffic alert, intelligent around view monitor and intelligent driver alertness.