Nissan has announced that U.S. pricing for the new 2013 Nissan Leaf will start at $28,800 for the newly-added S grade, making it the lowest priced five-passenger electric vehicle sold in the US.
Nissan has announced that U.S. pricing for the new 2013 Nissan Leaf will start at $28,800 for the newly-added S grade, making it the lowest priced five-passenger electric vehicle sold in the US. Depending on location, some consumers may purchase the vehicle for as low as $18,800 with qualifying federal and state tax credits.
“With nearly 50,000 LEAFs on the road globally, we are the leaders in zero emissions vehicles and our class-leading product just got better,” said Billy Hayes, Global vice president of LEAF sales for Nissan. “From the very outset, Nissan has continuously advanced and refined the affordable zero emissions vehicle ownership experience. Now customers won’t have to pay a premium for owning a green car that’s really fun to drive, and that’s exciting.”
Nissan will also continue its lease offer for the 2013 Leaf, allowing consumers to lease the electric vehicle for as low as $199 per month for 36 months, which includes tax credits and destination charges.
The 2013 Leaf gets updates to its exterior to make it more efficient, a 6.6kW onboard charger that drops charging times, 17-inch alloy wheels and leather appointed interior on SL models, available Around View Monitor and 7-speaker Bose energy efficient audio system.
Leaf S: $28,800
Leaf SV: $31,820
Leaf SL: $34,480