The city loving Nissan Sakura
OWNING AN EV DOESN'T NEED TO BE A BIG DEAL.
Bigger is not always better. We think it's time to consider small. Smaller impact. Smaller costs. Smaller car.
The Nissan Sakura is a small "kei" car. 4 very comfortable seats with all the bells and whistles you could want, wrapped up in a car that you'll never need to reverse park.
✔ 20kwh battery - only takes 8 hours to charge!
✔ Type 1 AC and ChAdeMO DC charging ports
✔ Range of the car is around 150km. Perfect for all your city needs!
✔ Eco, Normal and Sport driving modes, B Mode (B Mode engages the maximum level of regenerative braking, feeding energy back into your battery so you can go further on a single charge)
✔ Pro-Pilot adaptive cruise control
✔ Named after Japan's famous and much loved cherry blossom 🌺 what's not to love about that?!
And some of the fancy stuff
✔ 7-inch Advanced Drive Assist Display meter and a large 9-inch navigation display placed horizontally to allow viewing with minimal eye movement.
✔ Sofa style seating - the most comfy car you've ever sat in!
✔ Vehicle to Grid / Vehicle to Home capabilities
✔ Heated front seats
✔ Push button start
✔ Hands free locking and unlocking
✔ Reversing camera
✔ Shiny alloy wheels
Good things come in small packages
✔ Height: 1655mm (so much head room!)
✔ Length: 3395mm
✔ Width: 1475mm
✔ Ground Clearance: 145mm
✔ Cargo Space: 107 litres (perfect for the groceries)
Trip Planning in your Nissan Sakura
Information and tips for charging your Nissan Sakura
It's pretty important to know how and where you will charge your electric car. Charging at home is the most convenient, cheapest, and the best approach for your battery. It's like charging your mobile phone. When you get home, just plug in your car and in the morning it will be charged and ready to go! The other essential charging infrastructure is the DC fast-chargers. These enable longer trips and are part of a growing network. See this website for a map of charging locations and this website, where you can plan your trip between charging stations.
Please note: The Nissan Sakura is imported from Japan. As such they feature a ChAdeMO DC fast charge port allowing up to 100kw speeds and the J1772 (Type 1) plug allowing 3.5kw.