The new Nissan LEAF prices has been announced for the full model range, which now has a 235 mile range.
With first customer deliveries of the New LEAF starting in February 2018, entry-grade Visia models are available from just £21,990, rising to £33,655 for range-topping fully equipped Tekna grade versions.
The Nissan LEAF prices below includes the £4,500 Government Plug-in Car Grant which is offered to the lowest emission vehicles.
Nissan claims that new LEAF prices are up to £1,500 lower than the previous generation.
The all-new Nissan LEAF has a 50% increase in range to 235 miles (NEDC) and a 38% increase in power to 150PS compared to the outgoing model. It also has new technologies including ProPILOT.
Customers looking to be one of the first owners of the all-new Nissan LEAF can now benefit from a competitive contract purchase on the exclusive 2.ZERO special version. With a £5,138 customer deposit, combined with £1,000 dealer deposit contribution, monthly payments are just £339 on a 3 year/10,000 annual mileage PCP with 4.49% APR.
Limited to just 1,500 models, the New LEAF 2.ZERO special version is positioned between N-Connecta and the range-topping Tekna grade, and is available in two colours: Spring Cloud and Pearl Black. The specification includes:
The additional features installed on 2.ZERO versions represent a £535 saving against N-Connecta models if they were specified separately.
The New LEAF is also the first Nissan model in Europe to be equipped with Nissan’s autonomous ProPILOT technology and e-Pedal, which allows drivers to start, accelerate, decelerate and stop – simply by increasing or decreasing the pressure applied to the accelerator.
Carl Bayliss, EV Category Manager Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd., said “With the New Nissan LEAF, all-electric motoring has never been more viable or affordable for almost any motorist. EV running costs are around 85% less than petrol or diesel cars and maintenance is almost 75% cheaper. There’s £0 VED, free London Congestion Charge and even free parking in some cities, not to mention convenient home charging. It’s not surprising unprecedented numbers of drivers are making the switch and going electric.”