2018 Nissan Leaf too little too late
So there a bunch of early reviews pouring out for the new Leaf, and for the most part they are impressed with the improvements made upon the outgoing model. For all of its successes however, they all seem to suggest that the Leaf fails in driving range, a key metric of EV's. We've known that the 2018 model is only EPA rated for 150 miles of range, and imo that should satisfy the needs of regular commuting. Still many think its best to save your money for whatever battery improvements will be made on the 2019 model. Do you agree?