Nissan Leaf Pure Electric 60 kwh Battery

Nissan Leaf Pure Electric 60 kwh Battery
$199.00 - $539.00

Choose your Plug Type

$199.00 - $539.00

What’s included?


LCD Display with Real Time Data.


HardShell Case.


25 Ft. or 32 Ft. Cable length options.


Cable Organizer.

Battery Specifications

Battery Size


Battery Acceptance


Battery kWh

Optimized Speed Time

You can choose between the different charaina options available for vour car


Charges at your cars acceptance rate, slower charge and won’t totally futureproof you.

1.5x faster

Charging for your next car but won’t totally futureproof you!

2x faster

Charging for your next car and most complete EV futureproofing available for this

Key Features

Type 1J1772

One year warranty


Bring with you anywhere.

Easy Set-up

No wall box installation needed.

Built-in tech

With LED indicators or LCD screen to identify charge status and working condition.

Broad compatibility

Fits all cars in the U.S. except Tesla unless used with an adapter.

Safety First

Water and lightning proof, leakage protection, overvoltage and undervoltage protection.

Charging options

Fast and powerful charging alternatives for residential use that can match the output of some commercial charging stations.

The 2023 Nissan all electric vehicle will become all 32-amp favorite version of the Nissan Leaf. For buyers that sought value without no need stratospheric electric range numbers. All models come standard with an advanced 8-inch touch screen with a rearview camera system, as well as Android and Apple smartphone compatibility. The 2023 Nissan Leaf provides several upgrades with a number of trims available. The Nissan Leaf all-electric is increasingly competing in the compact SUV category. The larger 60- kWh battery will be popular due to the added all electric drive range. The battery has an acceptance rate of 6.6 kWh, which is how fast you can charge the EV. The best plug-in EV charger is either a NEMA 14-30 24-amp 5.8 kWh TOTALEV charger since it supplies close to the maximum charging speed (roughly a 10-hour charge time from empty or 5 hours from 50% battery charge, which is in practice when most EV owners charge) or a NEMA 14-50 32-amp 7.4 kWh Nissan Leaf ENDURAEV charger. It will charge at the maximum 6.6 kWH acceptance rate of the Nissan Leaf all-electric, resulting in a charge time from empty of roughly 9 hours or 4.5 hours from 50% battery charge.


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