Nissan Leaf Charging Cables

Arriving in 2011, the Nissan Leaf was one of the early pioneers of electric vehicles. It has remained a popular vehicle and is the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, a title it has held for several years. Since the initial model was released nearly a decade ago the car has undergone some upgrades, enhancing its performance. The latest version has a 40kW battery pack that gives it a range of up to around 168 miles on a full charge.

The Nissan Leaf is optimally compatible with a 7.4kW charger, which uses a 32A charging cable. Lower capacity chargers will take a lot longer and higher capacity chargers are too much for the car to handle. Charging takes around 6 hours from empty to full and the Nissan Lead can be fast-charged on a 50kW charger in just around 45 minutes.

  • Rolec:  When somebody buys a cable from Rolec they are given a 12-month warranty. Most of their cables are 5m long but their selection also includes 10m, and 15m cables.
  • EV Power: EV Power customers will be given an 18-month warranty with cable purchases. Their range includes cables that are 5m, 10m, or 15m long.
  • Blaupunkt: Blaupunkt’s customers are given a carrying case when they buy a cable, as well as a 2-year warranty. The company makes charging cables 8 metres long.
  • Phoenix Contact: When a Phoenix customer buys a cable, they are given a 12-month guarantee. Their cables are available in a variety of lengths, with the shortest being 1m and the longest 15m.

Showing all 14 results