Coronavirus

We're delivering as normal and all handovers take place at a safe distance for your safety. Learn more

Used Nissan Leaf cars

20 results

Representative example (PCP)

Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


Fixed rate of interest
4.6%

48 monthly payments
£243.98

Total amount payable
£16,767.04

Cost of credit
£3,017.04

Optional final payment
£4,056.00

Annual mileage limit
10,000 miles

Excess mileage charge
4p/mile
  1. Representative example (PCP)

    Borrowing £12,750 with a £1,000 deposit at a representative APR of 8.9%.


    Fixed rate of interest
    4.6%

    48 monthly payments
    £243.98

    Total amount payable
    £16,767.04

    Cost of credit
    £3,017.04

    Optional final payment
    £4,056.00

    Annual mileage limit
    10,000 miles

    Excess mileage charge
    4p/mile

Thinking of buying a used Nissan Leaf?

Cazoo has a range of Nissan Leaf cars for sale. If you're thinking of buying or financing a used Nissan Leaf, we answer any questions you might have below.

The style of the car

With five doors and five seats, the Leaf is an attractive, modern and practical hatchback. It was the first mass-produced electric car, but it’s still the one to beat as Nissan has struck the perfect balance between price, practicality and ease of use.

How the Nissan Leaf EV works

The Leaf uses a lithium-ion battery pack to power an electric motor and comes with a domestic and public charging cable. You can charge the Leaf from a domestic plug socket, a home charger or a public charger. There’s a government grant of up to £500 towards the cost of a home charger. Public chargers are the fastest, giving you up to 80% capacity in 30 just minutes.

The 2016 24kWh battery manages a decent range of 124 miles on a full charge, whilst the 2018 30kWh pushes that up to 155 miles, which is more than enough for most people’s daily needs. In 2018, Nissan also launched a 40kWh battery giving an impressive 168 miles on full charge.

How it drives

The Leaf is great to drive, its electric motor gives you instant power the moment you press the accelerator so it feels very responsive. With plenty of power, it’s easy to drive on faster roads and to keep up with traffic. It’s very relaxing as there’s no engine noise and it’s comfortable. As it’s easy to see out, parking is simple.

The interior

Unlike some electric cars, where the batteries take up valuable boot space, in the Leaf they sit under the floor. This means the Leaf’s boot is large enough for four suitcases or a large pram. There’s also plenty of room for five people, yet it’s small enough to fit into a standard-size parking space. All Leaf models come with lots of standard equipment, such as a keyless start and Bluetooth. The top-spec Tekna model adds a Bose sound system, leather seats and a parking camera. The e+ Tekna has a bigger battery to give a range of 239 miles.

Running costs and reliability

The Leaf is one of the most affordable electric cars to buy. A full charge from home will cost about £4 so it’s much less expensive than a petrol or diesel car to run. Like all electric cars the Leaf won’t cost as much to service or maintain due to fewer moving parts. Road tax is free as the Leaf produces zero emissions and insurance is in the lowest groups. In JD Power’s Dependability Study, Nissan ranked fourth for manufacturer dependability, so the Leaf will be reliable. According to What Car magazine the Leaf was the most reliable car in its tests. Euro NCAP gave the Leaf the full five stars in its safety rating.

How it compares to similar cars

The Leaf is the only electric car in Nissan’s range. It’s bigger than the Nissan Micra supermini and offers a lot more space. Its two main rivals are the Kia Niro and BMW i3 but the Leaf is more spacious and better value. Among many accolades, the Leaf has been winner of both the European Car of the Year and World Car of the Year Awards.

Nissan Leaf common questions

The Leaf is a trail-blazing electric car that’s affordable to buy and run. It offers all the benefits of a conventional car but with zero emissions.

The Leaf is extremely reliable. It’s scored really well in owners’ surveys and as there are fewer moving parts than in a conventional car, there’s less to go wrong.

It’s very affordable to run. An overnight charge from home will cost around £4, which will give you a range of 155 miles with the 30 kWh battery. Tax, insurance and maintenance costs are also low.

Good design has made the Leaf very practical. Nissan has put the car’s batteries under the floor so they don’t take up precious boot space. There’s room for plenty of luggage and five people.

The Leaf is one of the least expensive electric cars on sale. Unlike some electric cars, with its hatchback practicality, the Leaf doesn’t require you to make any compromises to own one.