These cars are not clones of each other. There are differences between the two. For example, the Renault’s battery is not as powerful as the Nissan’s. However, overall the Renault is a much less expensive option, even if you consider the fact that you have to rent batteries from Renault for an extra monthly cost. Both are considered great products, but the Leaf is thought to be better integrated and more enticing as an electric car. The way Business Green reviewed it was they said that if these cars were phones the Renault would be a Blackberrt whereas the Nissan would be an iPhone. I think that makes the differences pretty clear – the Leaf is more of a status symbol than the Fluence. It also makes sense in terms of the cost. Therefore, whether you buy the Fluence or the Leaf is going to depend on how much you want to spend and whether you’re more an iPhone or Blackberry type.
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