Nissan LEAF e+

All Nissan LEAFs qualify for new grant after price reduction

A price reduction for the Nissan LEAF 40kWh and 62kWh means that all Nissan LEAFs qualify for the revised £2,500 plug-in car grant, which is npw offered on electric vehicles under £35,000.

The changes to the plug-in car grant came into effect on 18 March 2021, with a reduction from £3,000 to £2,500 towards the purchase price of electric vehicles with a revised price limit of £35,000 (previously £50,000).

Updated pricing for the LEAF range, including the £2,500 government grant, is shown below. For customers looking to purchase an e+ 62kWh version, the price reduction renews the model’s eligibility for the grant, unlocking a saving of £5,265 compared to purchasing at the previous price without the £2,500 PICG support.

Nissan LEAF Acenta 40kWh: £25,995 – price reduction of £1,350

Nissan LEAF N-Connecta 40kWh: £27,995 – price reduction of £650

Nissan LEAF 10 Special Version 40kWh: £28,670 – price reduction of £650

Nissan LEAF Tekna 40kWh: £29,995 – price reduction of £665

Nissan LEAF e+ N-Connecta 62kWh: £30,445 – price reduction of £5,250

Nissan LEAF e+ Tekna 62kWh: £32,445 – price reduction of £5,265

There’s a new 0% PCP offer on the Nissan LEAF 62kWh e+ N-Connecta, with a 239 mile range (WLTP combined), for 37 monthly payments of £299, after a deposit of £4,718, with an annual 10,000 miles limit.

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