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Two hundred miles is a paltry range for a vehicle powered by an internal-combustion engine. But for those eyeing an EV as an affordable, low-hassle transportation choice, that distance has quickly become the de facto minimum for those looking to buck convention with an electric vehicle. While it's taken some time for Nissan's Leaf to reach that mark (it debuted for 2011 offering just 73 miles of EPA-estimated range), the new-for-2019 Leaf Plus not only gains access to the 200-mile club but brings additional power and features along for the ride.

Every Angle of the 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus

More battery, power, and features make Nissan's EV a more attractive contender.

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