Electek seems to be misinterpreting its source, which is this article:
https://pushevs.com/2017/12/29/nissan-s ... mpetition/
How Nissan sees Leaf’s competition...
The slide is claimed to be from Nissan, and certainly looks plausible.
The Table below are Pedro LIma's (pushevs') projections, and far less certain to be correct.
Neither car has been built yet, so we can only use what the manufacturers have claimed.
The "60 kWh" LEAF will probably have longer single-charge EPA combined range than the base battery model 3.
We'll have a better idea of how much longer when we find out the efficiency ratings and EPA range of the "40 kWh" LEAF, which has still not been reported. I expect the first window sticker photo to show up any day now.
DC charging speed for the two cars is likely to be very similar, but I doubt Nissan will have a higher capacity on board charger, as pushevs reports. And I hope Nissan does not encumber the LEAF with a liquid pack cooling system, which only Tesla packs require for safety.
As to price, The LEAF will be much less expensive than the 3, when comparably-equipped.
A fully -loaded "60 kWh" LEAF will probably have a higher sticker price than a stripper
model 3, but expect Nissan to offer lower cost leases, and even that loaded
LEAF will probably have lower TCO than the stripper