The new Nissan LEAF starts late in Australia, but is prepared with a dealer network and charging infrastructure providers.
To streamline the EV sales, Nissan decided to offer only a single high-spec grade, available from $49,990 AUD ($34,950) plus on-road costs.
Stephen Lester, Nissan Australia managing director said that the company is expecting to see a spike in EV sales in Australia.
For a good start, Nissan LEAF just received a gold Good Design Award in the product design category "in recognition for outstanding design and innovation".
The offer is complemented with two partnerships - first with JET Charge, which has become Nissan's preferred EV charger provider for home and business installations.
The second partner is theChargefox fast charging network - LEAF owners will receive discounted rates.