The new 2019 Nissan Leaf Plus has a 62 kWh battery pack and an EPA-estimated range of up to 215 miles. Regular models have a 150-mile range. Nissan redesigned the groundbreaking Leaf all-electric hatchback just last year for its second generation, which included extending the driving range on a single charge to an estimated 150 miles, up from 107 miles on the 2017 model. Now, for 2019, the Leaf Plus model has been added to the lineup, which gave our Leaf SL Plus tester an estimated range of up to 215 miles on a full charge, according to EPA estimates. Many electric vehicle experts believe that a minimum range of 200 miles is what consumers want, so they can avoid having anxiety about whether they will run out of power prematurely. Curiously, the automaker delivered this version of the Leaf to me by actually driving it to my home, rather than bringing it on a trailer as had been done just last year with the new 2018 Leaf. I live about 220 miles from where the delivery originated, and the driver told me he had stopped twice along the way to recharge, including a stop not far from me that allowed the battery to be topped off so I would receive the car with nearly a full charge. In ...