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Nissan's newest car has one feature that could chip away Tesla's dominance (TSLA)

The biggest addition to the Nissan Leaf isn't that it can drive 150 miles on a single charge. It's the tech that will help drivers out as they do it. Nissan on Tuesday unveiled its 2018 Leaf to relatively little fanfare. Starting at $29,990, the Leaf comes with a 40-kWh battery providing 150-mile range. That range falls short of the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3, but it does come at a cheaper price point and that's key.
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