NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owner's Guide

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide •Less deceleration is provided by the re-
generative brake system when the Li-ion
battery is fully charged. Regenerative
brake is automatically reduced when the
Li-ion battery is fully charged to pr

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide EV OverviewEV-11

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide EV-12EV Overview

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide BEFORE DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE
(MODELS WITH NAVIGATION
SYSTEM)
The Li-ion battery charging status and the Li-ion
battery warmer operation can be checked using
an internet enabled smart phone or personal

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide Checking Li-ion battery charging
status
The Li-ion battery charge status can be checked
on the NISSAN CARWINGS Data Center web-
site via an internet enabled smart phone or per-
sonal computer.If the L

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide Operating the climate control system
before driving
The vehicle heating and air conditioning system
can be turned on via remote control with an
internet enabled smart phone or personal com-
puter.This

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide Notification of the Li-ion battery
warmer operation
You can be notified the Li-ion battery warmer
operation on the NISSAN CARWINGS Data
Center website via an internet enabled smart
phone or personal c

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide STARTING YOUR VEHICLE
1. Depress the brake pedal.
2. Press the power switch.
3. Check that the READY to drive indicator lightilluminates and the start up sound is audible.
See “Ready to drive indica

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide DRIVING THE VEHICLE
1. Depress the brake pedal.
2. Release the parking brake.
3. Move the shift lever into the D (Drive) position.When released, the shift lever returns to its
original center position

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NISSAN LEAF 2015 1.G Owners Guide Use the ECO position for maximum vehicle range
and for city driving. The ECO position helps re-
duce power consumption by reducing accelera-
tion when compared to the same accelerator
pedal position i
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