2019 Nissan LEAF
2019 Tesla Model 3
Tesla Model 3
110 KW AC Synchronous Electric Motor
HWY / CITY MPGe RATING
HWY / CITY MPGe RATING
Max EPA Battery Range
Suspension - Turning Radius
Around View Monitor
Available With Upgrade
Electric cars are becoming very popular, and it's easy to see why. The money you can save at the gas pump and through state and federal credits are nothing to laugh at. Plus, people love the fact that they can drive a vehicle that doesn't harm the environment.
Are you on a search for a new electric vehicle (EV) this year in the Dublin, California, area? If so, you'll want to consider the 2019 Nissan LEAF, available now at Premier Nissan of Fremont.
There are a lot of different EVs on the market today, so how do you know which car is the right fit for you? When you head down to our local new and used car dealership near Mountain View, CA, you can learn how the popular 2019 Nissan LEAF and 2019 Tesla Model 3 electric vehicles compare.
Both of these cars come with impressive specs, safety features, performance and cargo capacities -- but only one of these electric vehicles is a clear winner. Let's find out which one.
When you get behind the wheel of the new Nissan LEAF, you'll have exciting technology features at your fingertips. From the available phone integration technology such as Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ to the NissanConnect EV with Amazon Alexa, there is no lack of technology features available with the 2019 Nissan LEAF.
Both the Nissan LEAF and Tesla's Model 3 come with impressive advanced safety features such as crash mitigation braking, a lane departure warning system and blind-spot warning. But only the new LEAF comes with an available Around View MonitorⓇ that allows the driver to see all objects that are surrounding the vehicle on a built-in display screen. In contrast, the new Model 3 only offers a rearview camera monitor and parking sensors that beep.
The 2019 Tesla Model 3 tips the scales at over 3,600 pounds. Because of this immense weight, it might not be able to handle and accelerate better than the considerably lighter Nissan LEAF. The new LEAF is both shorter and narrower than the Model 3, making it much easier to manage around Bay Area traffic.
If you are interested in learning more about how the latest Nissan LEAF and Tesla Model 3 compare to each other, check out our chart comparing these two electric vehicles.
There are many advantages to driving an electric vehicle around California. From tax incentives to carpool or HOV lanes, there is a big push to help everyone in making the switch to cleaner driving. Especially in California, as driving one of these impressive hybrid cars will qualify you for a vehicle rebate that can provide motorists with thousands of dollars off the purchase or lease a new electric vehicle.
Drivers will love the California Rebate Program, but the benefits don't stop there. In addition to the California program, Nissan LEAF drivers can take advantage of the available Federal Tax Credit. Any Nissan LEAF purchased after 2010 are eligible for a tax credit of up to $7,500. There are so many reasons to drive a Nissan LEAF around Fremont, CA!
While many commuters are getting stuck in traffic, you and your Nissan LEAF can avoid the hassle by gaining access to the HOV and carpool lanes. Hayward, CA, area residents who drive a new Nissan LEAF are qualified to obtain a sticker to use the HOV lanes regardless of the number of occupants in your vehicle.
The benefits don't stop there. Reach out to the Premier Nissan of Fremont sales team to learn more!
It seems pretty clear that the 2019 Nissan LEAF is the clear winner between these two electric cars. If you would like to get behind the wheel of the new LEAF, contact our friendly team at Premier Nissan of Fremont and schedule a test drive today! After the test drive, meet with our highly trained finance team. Our finance specialists can help you explore the auto loan options that work with your budget and find the most competitive loans available to you. Just fill out a credit application on our website to get started.
If you have any questions about the new Nissan LEAF or any of our other Nissan vehicles, visit our team at Premier Nissan of Fremont today!