1. 100% electric is not the same as hybrid
Our GoEV Nissan Leaf is 100% electric with a host of advanced features you’ll sure to appreciate. No petrol needed for this baddie as it runs fully on electricity, so be sure to charge it once you’ve ended the trip for the next user.
2. Suitable for city drives
GoEVs are more suitable for city drives (within Klang Valley) due to the availability of EV infrastructure (charging stations). Longer road trips are not recommended but if you do plan to use it for longer drives, remember to plan your trip while using GoEV (checkout for chargEV locations which can be found on the app).
3. Quiet starting of the engine
Do not be surprised when you’ve pressed on the “start” button and not realised that the Nissan Leaf’s engine is indeed running. This is because the advanced aerodynamic design allows the Nissan Leaf to slice instead of smashing through air to achieve an unbelievably quiet start.
4. E-Pedal (one-pedal driving)
Ever tried driving with only one pedal? You can do so with GoEV (Nissan Leaf)’s e-pedal. With just one motion, you can accelerate and brake while saving the battery, making for a more convenient and thrilling drive. Just press down the e-pedal button for an instant rush and ease off to slow down. Do take note to be careful when using this feature (press the break slowly to avoid sudden breaks) and if you are not comfortable, there’s always the option of switching back to the two-pedal driving.
5. Full range = 311km
The GoEV (Nissan Leaf) can take you to an average range of 311 km (based on the New European Driving Cycle (NDEC) test mode). That being said, the range is subject to different driving conditions and styles (ex: how fast the car is being driven), plus the car must be in an optimal condition to work efficiently. This ties back to the suitability of our GoEV for city drives rather than long road trips due to the availability of the EV infrastructures (for charging).