It’s taken a while (for reasons) but here’s my review of my imported Japanese 2016 Nissan Leaf.
I finally got my “new” 2016 Nissan Leaf, putting me in the small cohort of Australians driving an EV. It didn’t half take a journey, though.
Tesla’s often held up as the “gold standard” of EVs in Australia, and it’s not hard to see why. At the same time, it also wasn’t that hard for me to work out that a Tesla wasn’t going to be my first EV. Here’s why.
My EV ownership is fast moving towards becoming a reality, and with that I have to face the classic EV question: What do I do about range anxiety?
I’ve made the decision to get behind the wheel of an electric vehicle in Australia — but how easy is that in reality without spending a fortune?