Quoted from detik.com, Bagus Susanto, Nissan Representative Director, explained that the Nissan Leaf electric car uses a 40 kWh lithium-ion battery which allows The All-New Nissan LEAF to cover a distance of 311 km in a single charge.
“More efficient fuel operational costs. For example, to reach 100 kilometers, the All-New Nissan Leaf electricity costs are only around IDR 18.600, this does not include a 30 percent discount from State Electricity Enterprise (PLN), when recharging from 10 pm to 5 pm morning, compared to using gasoline, the cost is around IDR 100 thousand,” he explained.
The Nissan Leaf battery can be charged in three ways, including portable chargers, wall boxes, and fast charging at the Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station (SPKLU).
This method of charging the battery using a portable cable will draw 3.3 kilowatts of power, or it takes about 12 to 15 hours to charge the battery.
As for the battery charging method using a home charger, it will draw power up to 7.4 kW (AC), and can fully charge the battery in 5 to 7 hours. Meanwhile, the quick charging method in SPKLU only takes about 40 to 60 minutes when charging the battery.