Nissan Leafs generally have a range of 120km – 150km – Ideal for Commuting and short distances!

Range Table from Wikipedia for Nissan Leaf Entry:

Summary of the Nissan’s results using EPA L4 test cycle

operating the 2011 Leaf under different real-world scenarios

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Driving

condition

Speed Temperature Total drive

duration

Range Air

conditioner

mph km/h °F °C mi km

Cruising (ideal condition)

38

61

68

20

3 hr 38 min

138

222

Off

City traffic

24

39

77

25

4 hr 23 min

105

169

Off

Highway

55

89

95

35

1 hr 16 min

70

110

In use

Winter, stop-and-go traffic

15

24

14

−10

4 hr 08 min

62

100

Heater on

Heavy stop-and-go traffic

6

10

86

30

7 hr 50 min

47

76

In use

EPA

five-cycle tests

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n.a.

73

117

Varying

 

Tesla Model S – has a range between 400km – 450km

Model Model

year

Combined MPGe City MPGe Highway MPGe Cost to drive

25 miles

Annual

Fuel Cost(1)

(15,000 mi)

Tesla Model S

(60 kWh)[47]

2013–14 95

(35 kWh/100 mi)

94 97 US$1.05 US$650
Tesla Model S AWD – 70D

(70 kWh)

2015 101

(33 kWh/100 mi)

101 102 US$0.99 US$600
Tesla Model S

(85 kWh)[48]

2012–15 89

(38 kWh/100 mi)

88

(38 kWh/100 mi)

90

(37 kWh/100 mi)

US$1.14 US$700
Tesla Model S AWD

(85 kWh)[49]

2014 89

(38 kWh/100 mi)

86 94 US$1.14 US$700
Tesla Model S AWD – 85D

(85 kWh)[49]

2015 100

(34 kWh/100 mi)

95 106 US$1.02 US$600
Tesla Model S AWD – P85D

(85 kWh)[49]

2015 93

(36 kWh/100 mi)

89 98 US$1.08 US$650

Notes:

1

Based on 45% highway and 55% city driving. Values rounded to the nearest US$50. Electricity cost of US$0.12/kWh,

as of January 26, 2015. 1

gal.

gasoline = 33.7

kWh

.

For further info checkout either of these formus:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_Model_S

http://www.teslamotors.com/blog/driving-range-model-s-family