The Nissan Leaf is available in two trim levels for 2024, namely the S and SV Plus. While the former has a 147-hp electric motor and 40-kWh battery, the Plus model has better specs of 214 hp paired with a 60-kWh battery.
Exterior features and specs common to both Nissan Leaf configurations include chrome exterior trim, automatic headlights, a rear spoiler, and LED taillights. The SV Plus gets LED headlights and DRLs additionally, as well as heated exterior mirrors. Inside, differences include power adjustment for the driver's seat, heated front seats, and a six-speaker sound system on the top trim. Base models get manual seat adjustment, but both use Bio Suede upholstery and have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto included on the infotainment system. This lives on an eight-inch color display.
The entire range gets automatic braking, blind spot warning and intervention, rear cross-traffic alert, and lane intervention, but only the SV Plus gets driver alertness monitoring, ProPilot Assist, an all-around monitor, and intelligent cruise control.