When the 2019 Leaf Plus launched, Nissan initially estimated a range of 226 miles. In the Nissan Leaf's case, an EPA-estimated driving range of 149 miles isn't miniscule, but you know what would be better to alleviate range worries?

The 2020 Nissan LEAF is equipped with a 40 KWh lithium-ion battery and has an EPA range of up to 149 miles, while Nissan LEAF PLUS models are equipped with a 62 kWh lithuim-ion battery that has a range of up to 226 miles [[1366]]. The amount of electricity a Nissan LEAF uses can vary based on conditions and several other factors including how fast you drive.

Turns out, that's legit, but not for every trim level.