2014 Nissan LEAF Values

Select a 2014 Nissan LEAF trim level

2014 model year changes

The LEAF enters 2014 with few changes; the previously optional RearView Monitor is now standard on all models.

Competitive comparison

All-electric powertrain, 100-mile nominal range on an 8-hour charge, driving characteristics of a conventionally powered car

Special features for 2014

Nissan has broken new ground with the LEAF, which is the company's first all-electric subcompact. Unlike the Tesla roadster or smart electric, this electric car has room for five, and it's built on a much more massive scale. With an MSRP of $28,980, the LEAF offers pure, practical, full-electric driving in a more affordable package than the nearest competitor, the Chevrolet Volt, which stickers at over $39,000.


After receiving several improvements last year, the all-electric 2014 Nissan Leaf is largely unchanged. Still defined by the S, SV and SL trim level, the five-passenger 2014 Nissan Leaf hatchback is offered in six exterior colors. Introduced in 2013 as an entry-level geared product for the electric vehicle model, 2014 Nissan Leaf S comes standard with automatic temperature control, six-way manual adjustable driver's seat, LED taillights, anti-lock braking system with regenerative braking and Bluetooth connectivity. On the 2014 Nissan Leaf SV, the Nissan Navigation System with NavTraffic operating from a seven-inch LCD screen is added standard. Cruise control and a hybrid heater system are also standard on the 2014 Nissan Leaf. The luxury-trimmed version of the 2014 Nissan Leaf, the SL model of the electric hatchback includes leather seating, automatic LED headlights, 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and a photovoltaic solar panel spoiler. Propelling the 2014 Nissan Leaf with 107 horsepower and 187 pounds feet of torque, an 80-kilowatt AC synchronous motor is paired with a 24-kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery pack. On a full electrical charge, the 2014 Nissan Leaf can travel up to 84 miles. The 2014 Nissan Leaf can be charged using a 120-volt outlet or 240-volt through an available on-board charging unit. Optional on the 2014 Nissan Leaf S but standard on the SV and SL, charging times as little as four hours is possible with the 240-volt charger. The 2014 Leaf can also be ordered with an available Quick Charge Port that allows rapid charging from a limited selection of public charging stations. New for 2014 Nissan Leafs is the RearView Monitor now found standard on all models.