By Jeff Cobb Nissan has said its next-generation Leaf will be competitive with the Chevy Bolt EV, and a report saying for the first year its battery may have two-thirds the capacity of the Chevy Bolt’s indicates the car due to be unveiled in September just may be.
The Bolt was built in response to Tesla’s Model 3 as a 200-plus-mile EV priced in the upper-mid 30s but as many an EV fan will point out, the two cars are apples and oranges, and the Leaf is a more likely competitor.
Both the Leaf and Bolt fit the four-door, front-wheel-drive hatchback mold, don’t aspire
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