Why I switched from the Honda Civic to the Nissan Leaf

I’m not sure how much of an impact this has had on my life.

I’ve driven the Honda for the past five years and haven’t changed my tune, but I did switch to the Honda in the early months of 2018, so I’m sure that’s a pretty significant shift.

I had a few concerns about the Nissan.

The most obvious is that I think the fuel economy is a little bit lower than the Honda.

But, on a practical level, the Leaf’s fuel economy has also been a little better.

On top of that, Nissan says the Leaf is more fuel efficient.

It’s not really the Leaf I’ve been driving in terms of fuel economy, but it’s definitely better.

And that’s why, on the fuel efficiency front, I think Nissan is doing a really good job.

My wife, for example, says she’s never had a problem with the Leaf.

It is a pretty good car, and it’s not too expensive.

But she’s not going to drive it for a long time, and I think I would probably have to buy an all-electric vehicle.

So, yeah, I’m very glad to have a Leaf, but my wife is going to have to start using it a lot more.

The Nissan’s fuel efficiency is also going to be better.

When I first got my Leaf, it was a little more fuel-efficient than the Civic I was driving.

So it’s probably going to get better.

The Nissan is still going to win out in the fuel-efficiency department, but its definitely going to beat the Leaf on gas.