Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

Years of Production
When the car first came out and when they stopped making it
2013 - 2018
In 2015 this car was replaced by: Nissan Leaf 30 kWh

Trims

Currently Produced
Discontinued

Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

Technical Specifications of Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

General Info

Years of Production
When the car first came out and when they stopped making it
2013 - 2018
Country of Manufacture
Country where final assembly of the car took place
Japan UK USA
Current Status
Announced (planned), Produced (on sale), Discontinued (no longer made)
Discontinued
Body Style
Refers to the car's shape & design (sedan, SUV, hatchback)
Hatchback Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

Range and Battery

Range
Estimated range on a full battery: EPA (USA), WLTP (EU), NEDC (EU old), GCC (Green Cars Compare)
WLTP
EPA
NEDC
GCC
95 mi 84 mi 124 mi 86 mi
Battery Capacity
Nominal: total amount of energy the car’s battery can hold. Usable: actual amount of energy you can access.
Nominal
Usable
24 kWh 22 kWh
Efficiency
Energy consumption per distance driven. The more efficient the car, the less energy it needs to go the same distance.
25.6 kWh/100 mi (3.9 mi/kWh)

Charging

Max Charging Power
Max electric power the car can accept for charging, determined by its on-board charger (AC) and battery (DC)
AC
DC
3.3 kW 46 kW
Architecture
Most EVs use a 400V system, but newer models with higher voltage can charge faster and use less wiring.
400 V
Charge Port
The port type impacts charging speed and station compatibility
  • CHAdeMO
  • Type 1 (J1772)
CHAdeMO charge port Type 1 (J1772) charge port

Performance

Drive Type
Drivetrain configuration: PMSM (Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor), IM (AC Induction Motor)
FWD: PMSM
Motor
Total power and torque of the car's electric motor(s)
Power
Torque
80 kW (107 hp) 187 lb-ft
0-60 mph
Acceleration time from 0 to 60 mph (USA) or 0 to 100 km/h (Europe)
11 s
Top Speed
The fastest the car can go (maximum speed)
89 mph
0.00 s
00 mph

Dimensions

Length
Car's body length (front to back bumper)
175 in
Width
Car's body width including or excluding side mirrors
with Mirrors
w/o Mirrors
69.7 in 69.7 in
Height
Car's body height (from ground to highest point)
61 in
Wheelbase
Distance between centers of front and rear wheels (affects ride and handling)
106.3 in

Cargo and Towing

Number of Seats
Total passenger capacity of the car (including driver)
5
Curb Weight
Car's weight without passengers or cargo
3340 lb
Cargo Volume
Cargo capacity: Trunk (rear seats up),
Max (rear seats folded),
Frunk (in the front hood)
Trunk
Max
Frunk
13.1 ft3 24 ft3 No Data
Towing Capacity
Maximum weight the car can tow safely with a trailer that has its own brakes
No Data
Last Updated:
March 10, 2024
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How Far Can You Go in Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

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Charging Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

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Home and Office (AC) Charging

Fast (DC) Charging

Last Updated:
March 10, 2024
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About Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013)

Detailed Descriptions

The Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) is an all-electric front-wheel drive hatchback. It came out in 2013 replacing the older Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2011). Nissan stopped making the 24 kWh (2013) in 2018 and replaced it with the Nissan Leaf 30 kWh.

The Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) has a 24 kWh battery pack, allowing it to travel up to 86 mi on a single charge. The car has an average efficiency of 25.6 kWh per 100 miles (or 3.9 miles per kWh) — ranked №652 out of 683 electric vehicles.

Frequently Asked Questions

How powerful is it? How fast does it accelerate?

The Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) achieves a 0 to 60 mph acceleration in 11 seconds (placing it at №578 among 683 electric vehicles) and attains a maximum speed of 89 mph.

Its powertrain provides a power output of up to 80 kW (107 hp) and a torque of 187 lb-ft.

How far can it go on single charge? What is the real-world range?

Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) achieves a How far can it go on single charge? What is the real-world range? of 77–95 miles, placing it at №652 among 683 electric vehicles. However, this range is subject to several influences:

  • Speed: Traveling at higher speeds reduces battery life.
  • Temperature: Extreme cold or hot weather can affect range.
  • Terrain: Hilly or mountainous landscapes decrease range.
  • Driving habits: Aggressive driving with frequent acceleration and braking consumes more energy.
  • Feature usage: Climate control and media systems also influence range.

It's important to acknowledge that these are estimations, and your actual driving range may differ. Consider these factors when planning your trip and be ready for potential charging stops.

Utilize the interactive EV Navigation map for trip planning assistance.

What charging options are available? How long does it take to charge it?

In the USA Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) has a CHAdeMO charge port.

  • You can charge it at home using a standard domestic socket or plug into any public AC charging station using the right cable. Keep in mind that the car's on-board charger (inverter) limits the maximum AC charging rate to 3.3 kW, which translates to approximately 12 miles of range added per hour of charging.
  • For quicker charging, consider using a compatible DC fast-charging station. The car boasts a maximum charging rate of 46 kW, but remember that battery temperature and charge level can influence the actual speed you'll experience.

Estimate charging time, rate and cost using Green Cars Compare Charging Calculator.

How big is it? What are the dimensions (length, width, height)?

The size and weight specifications for Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) are as follows:

  • Length: 175 in
  • Width: 69.7 in (including side mirrors) or 69.7 in (excluding side mirrors)
  • Height: 61 in
  • Wheelbase: 106.3 in (distance between the center of the front and rear wheels)
  • Curb weight: 3340 lbs (weight of the empty car, no people or cargo)
How much cargo space does it offer? Does it have a front trunk?

Here's a breakdown of the Nissan Leaf 24 kWh (2013) cargo space:

  • Trunk capacity: With the rear seats up, you get 13.1 cubic feet of cargo space in the back (ranked №484 out of 683 electric vehicles).
  • Max cargo capacity: Fold down the rear seats, and you open up 24 cubic feet of total cargo space (ranked №522 out of 683 electric vehicles).
  • Frunk capacity: The car doesn’t have a “frunk” (front trunk).
Is it suitable for towing? What is the maximum towing capacity?

The car isn’t officially rated for towing.

Additional Information

Ratings

2.8

Design

based on 25 votes
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2.7

Performance

based on 61 votes
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2.5

Desirability

based on 17 votes
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Safety Ratings

NHTSA safety rating
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NCAP safety rating
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NEDC
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