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Nissan Leaf (2018-) review

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Nissan took the world by storm with its first Leaf model, which went on to be world's most popular battery electric car. This all-new version is heavily sculpted and cuts a striking dash compared with its rather blobby-looking forebear. Style alone won't be enough to continue the success story, however, particularly with a multitude of rival brands now offering their own zero-emissions models. We took to the wheel for a first drive to find out whether the new Leaf has what it takes to stand out.
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