Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por BECOOL » 18 ago 2015, 13:14

Acho que a Nissan vai tentar tudo para incentivar a troca do Leaf antigo pelo novo, pelo menos numa primeira fase. Mas pressionada vai acabar por ceder e permitir a troca de bateria no modelo antigo. A vantagem de quem tem um Leaf é pertencer a uma comunidade grande que se faz ouvir, principalmente nos EUA.

Entretanto nos EUA já começaram os descontos no modelo anterior, são 5.000 dólares. E há um stand que oferece um Nissan Rogue/Qashqai durante 24 meses a quem comprar agora o Leaf de 2015.


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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por BECOOL » 18 ago 2015, 13:29

Pronto, é oficial.

O Leaf de 30 KWh está a poucas semanas de chegar.
2016 Nissan LEAF

Nissan LEAF continues as the best-selling 100-percent electric vehicle in the world. LEAF’s popularity continues to grow as a mix of new and returning customers seek its quiet, fun and sustainable driving experience. Nissan LEAF buyers are also discovering its value as a primary everyday vehicle – with High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) access (check local regulations) and range more than twice the average driver’s daily need*.

More than 80,000 LEAFs have been sold in the U.S. alone (through mid-2015 calendar year).

Enhancements for 2016 will be announced closer to its mid-September on-sale date.

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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por Orlando » 20 ago 2015, 15:31

Cá pela Europa não chega em 2015....conhecendo estes ibéricos aposto para março.
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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por MRider » 23 ago 2015, 23:35

Quanto mais rápido chegar esse melhor :-)

Assim os mk2 baixam de preço :-P

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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por BECOOL » 10 set 2015, 13:25

É oficial:
* – Nissan LEAF S – $29,010 ($29,010)
* – Nissan LEAF SV – $34,200 ($32,100)
* – Nissan LEAF SL – $36,790 ($35,170)
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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por beme83 » 10 set 2015, 14:33

Penso que a novidade novidade é o aumento da garantia para 8 anos e 100000 milhas....boas noticias.

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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por Orlando » 10 set 2015, 14:38

Preços ainda não definidos para a Europa...pena!
E a refregiração?
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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

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2016 Nissan LEAF: 107 Miles EPA Range – Full Specs/Pricing

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2016 Nissan LEAF Sees All-Electric Range Improve To 107 Miles

"Nissan has taken the wraps off the 2016 Nissan LEAF, and the company did not disappoint on earlier range expectations as both the SV and SL trims now come equipped with a 30 kWh battery, giving the LEAF 107 miles of EPA rated range, as well as a new 8 year/100,000 mile battery warranty.

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2016 Nissan LEAF – Now With 107 Miles Of Range!

The base S trim level still comes with 2015 model year’s 24 kWh battery, good for 84 miles of range.

As for pricing, the base Nissan LEAF (S) remains unchanged at $29,010, while the extra 23 miles found in the SV and SL trims see the prices increase anywhere from $1,600 to $2,100.

After the federal government’s incentive is factored in, a 107 mile LEAF will set you back at least $26,700 before any dealer or state-level incentives are applied:

* – Nissan LEAF S – $29,010 ($29,010)
* – Nissan LEAF SV – $34,200 ($32,100)
* – Nissan LEAF SL – $36,790 ($35,170)

(full spec sheet on the 2016 Nissan LEAF can be found below)

A larger battery also means a greater sweet spot for fast charging, hence the new 30 kWh LEAFs can now be quick-charged to 80% (from the low battery warning) in about 30 minutes, which nets about 22% more miles of range over that of the base S trim.

Level 2 charging stays at 6.6 kW and a full charge will set SV and SL LEAFs back about 6 hours, as opposed to 5 hours with the 24 kWh battery.

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2016 Nissan LEAF SV/SL Interior (w/black leather)

Additionally, the base LEAF (S trim) now comes with a standard 5″ screen (as opposed to the “no screen” console found in the 2015 model), with the 7″ screen in the SV and SL trims continuing in the new 2016 edition.

Nissan says the infotainment and connectivity features have been enhanced and improved for the 2016 model under the standard “Nissan Connect” banner.

A new graphic interface is now found inside the 2016 LEAF, as well as charging screen data that is updated every time the car is put into use.

The Nissan Connect EV telematics systems allows for all the remote connection functions to the vehicle one would expect, but also touts improved voice recognition, and an improved mobile app.

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2016 Nissan LEAF Interior (beige/cloth)

“Audio, entertainment and connectivity upgrades start with the addition of standard NissanConnect with Mobile Apps with 5.0-inch color display for LEAF S models. The system includes Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System, Streaming audio via Bluetooth®, Hands-free Text Messaging Assistant and USB connection port for iPod® interface and other compatible devices.

2016 LEAF SV and SL grades add standard NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps–featuring a 7.0-inch color display with multi-touch control, Nissan Voice Recognition for navigation and audio, HD radio, and SiriusXM Travel LinkTM for weather, fuel prices, movie listings, stock info and sports (SiriusXM subscription required, sold separately). The menu screen graphics and customization process have been improved and charging screen information is now automatically updated every time the ignition is turned on and with every 12 miles of driving.”

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2016 Nissan LEAF New Heads-Up Display Menu

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2016 Nissan LEAF

On the 30 kWh battery itself:
“The new battery offers more advantages than just the 27 percent increase in driving range – it also offers improved battery performance,” said Andrew Speaker, director, Nissan EV Sales & Marketing

The 30 kWh battery resides in the same battery packaging as the existing 24 kWh pack, and weighs just 46 pounds more.

“Improved electrode material with revised chemistry results in higher power density and enhanced battery durability upon charge and discharge.”

As evidence of a growing confidence in the 30 kWh battery’s cell chemistry (and the fact it will now take less battery cycles to go further), Nissan warrants battery loss below 9 bars of capacity (70%), for the first 8 years or 100,000 miles. The warranty on the S trim stays consistent with that of the 2015 LEAF, at 5 years or 60,000 miles.

As for the actual pack structure, the original 24 kWh battery is made up of 48 modules composed of 4 cells each, for a total of 192 cells. The new 30 kWh battery has double the cells per module (8), but still 192 cells in total. Nissan once again points to automotive-specific battery formats as a superior commodity.

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2016 Nissan LEAF New 30 kWh Battery Module

“Unlike conventional cylindrical batteries, the thin, compact laminated cells offer more flexibility in packaging and design applications.”

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New 2016 Nissan LEAF In Forged Bronze Spotted Earlier This Month (via JPWhiteNissanLEAF)

New Colors:
As expected, three colors have been added to the 2016 LEAF lineup, while two have left the building.

* – New Colors: Forged Bronze, Coulis Red and Deep Blue Pearl
* – Deleted Colors: Cayenne Red and Morningsky Blue

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New 2016 Nissan LEAF Color Palette

Efficiency and Performance:
The entry level LEAF S retains the same 84 miles of range as last year’s model, as well as the 126 MPGe city/108 MPGe highway efficiency rating, which is good for a combined 114 MPGe.

The LEAF SV/SL with 107 miles of range has a slightly lower city rating than the base model – registering 124 MPGe, and an identical 108 MPGe highway score, which lowers the combined rating slightly to 112 MPGe.

All three trim levels feature the same 107 horsepower and 187 lb-ft of torque output as in the previous model year, while the S trim level has an optional “Charge Package” that upgrades the base model to the same 6.6 kW charging (from 3.6 kW) as well as adding the CHAdeMO fast charging port that comes standard in the SV and SL trims.

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2016 Nissan LEAF Now Gains 22% More Miles During A 30 Minute Quick-Charging Session

Production and Release date:
We also took advantage of a chat with Nissan earlier this week to pepper them about when the 2016 Nissan LEAF would be available, but all they would commit to was that the “2016 LEAF will go on sale later this fall”.

So somewhere between September 23nd and December 31st then Nissan?

Our own sources indicate that 2016 Nissan LEAF production actually began in earnest in early August in Smryna, TN, and that we may see some regionally-fortunate deliveries happen late in this month – although mid-October seems to be when the ‘sales ball‘ will really get rolling for the 2016 LEAF.

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New 2016 Nissan LEAF Batteries (both chemistries) Are Made Next Door To Manufacturing Facility In Smyrna, TN

Nissan LEAF SV and SL Trim Level Also Adds:

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2016 Nissan LEAF Standard 17″ Tires (SV/SL)

* – 2016 Nissan LEAF SV:

Quick Charge Port
6.6 kW onboard charger
NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps
NissanConnect EV
7.0-inch color display with multi-touch control
six-speaker audio system
hybrid heater system that provides superior cold weather performance while consuming less energy
heated outside mirrors and steering wheel
17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels.
* – 2016 Nissan LEAF SL:

photovoltaic solar panel spoiler
fog lights
LED low beam auto on/off headlights
cargo cover
HomeLink® Universal Transceiver
leather-appointed seats
heated rear seats


Just two option packages are now offered:
* – Quick Charge Package (S grade only) – adds Level 2 6.6 kW onboard charging (deletes 3.6 kW charging) and Quick Charge Port (CHAdemo)

* – Premium Package (SV and SL times) – adds Around View® Monitor and Energy Efficient Series Bose® seven- speaker audio.

Special note to Canadians:
The majority of the changes you see here will also be found on your 2016 Nissan LEAF with a couple of exceptions.

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Cold Weather And A Strong US Dollar Is Giving Canadians A Great Deal On The 2016 Nissan LEAF

You don’t get the “Forged Bronze” color option – which is ok, it is unlikely to be very popular because, well…it’s brown. You will also be losing the “Glacier White” color option; although isn’t “Pearl White” enough anyway? But, you do finally get the standard 17″ wheels on the SV, like those of us in the US.

As a special 2016 perk, Canadians don’t have to buy the “Quick Charge” package in the base S trim, because it now comes standard with both 6.6 kW L2 charging, and the quick charge port – although you still will be paying the around $32,000 for the base model (but don’t convert that to US dollars Americans, as that’s only a little over $24k)

Only the black interior is available.

As it is significantly colder on average in Canada than the US, all LEAF models come standard equipped with a heated steering wheel and both heated front and rear seats.

Full 2016 Nissan LEAF specs can be found below:

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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por BECOOL » 10 set 2015, 14:53

O bom:

O aumento da garantia é devido à bateria de 30 kWh usar uma química diferente mais resistente, quase de certeza NMC, mas falta confirmar.

Outra boa notícia é que a bateria de 30 kWh é do mesmo tamanho da de 24 kWh, é só 21 kg mais pesada. Por isso podem começar a perguntar quanto custa uma bateria de 30 kWh para os mk1 e mk2.

O menos bom:

A única coisa que me desiludiu um pouco é que estava à espera de um novo motor com 3 dígitos de KWs mais eficiente, mas o motor do Leaf já é bastante eficiente. Ainda espero que na Europa haja a possibilidade de um carregador interno trifásico de pelo menos 11 kW, mas agora já não acredito muito. Também acho que a bateria de 30 kWh deveria poder ser carregada a 100 kW num posto CHAdeMO em vez de 50 kW. Carregar a pouco mais de 3 Cs não é nada demais para células NMC.

Depois há a questão dos preços, é normal enquanto ainda houver o MY2015 o 2016 ser mais caro, para as pessoas não deixarem de comprar os de 2015. Quando já só houver o de 2016, haverá uma descida de preço. Aconteceu isto com o Volt e com o Leaf mk2.

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Re: Nissan Leaf MY 2016 com bateria de 30 KWh

Mensagem por Orlando » 10 set 2015, 14:57

Preço sobe 18% nos USA, carregador de 6kw de série....este leaf é um empate de tempo.
Depois em 2017 repete-se a mesma história com Leaf mk3 e Leaf 2.
Quem esperou por este, depois vai querer o de 2017 com 48kww...enfim a Nissan é que sabe, eles têm já tudo pronto para os tais 350kms mas quiseram esta versão...
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