Individual EV fact sheets for all second-hand EV models brough in numbers to the Australian market. (Individual and low number grey imports NOT included).

These model Fact Sheets follow a standard two-page format to enable easier comparisons between individual vehicles.

These sheets have been thoroughily researched, so they should (!?) be correct as of the time of creation. (Note: month the sheet was created or updated is at bottom of the second column of the back page).

Important note: these are an introductory sheet only and do not cover options in any detail. People intending to purchase any of these vehicles must refer to the manufacturer sales brochure/specifications provided for that model year for detailed (and most relevant) information.

This is epecially so for private imports such as second-hand Japanese market Leafs. Japanese model specifications and designations can be very different from those delivered to the Australian market.

EV car and e-LCV Fact Sheets are created and maintained by Bryce Gaton (EV Choice) – and are updated as and when the models change.

If you find any typos or errors in the sheets – email Bryce at EVNews@bigpond.com.

Note that AEVA access these sheets from the copyright holder (Bryce Gaton) under the  provisions of the 'CopyLeft' GNU Free Documentation Licence*. (https://www.gnu.org/licenses/fdl-1.3.html)

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