Nissan Announces Pricing For LEAF Aero Style in Japan

DEC 14 2013 BY MARK KANE 7

Nissan LEAF Aero Spec

Nissan LEAF Aero Spec

Nissan announced pricing of the LEAF Aero Style version that debuted at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.

Depending on trim – S, SV X and SL G, the price of the Aero Style version is higher by 9.6, 8.5 and 9.5% respectively.

The most expensive version G in Aero Spec costs approximately $39,600, but this is without deducting the 780,00 yen subsidy (~  $7,500).

Sales of the perhaps more attractive version of the LEAF will be nationwide in Japan, with first deliveries likely to begin in early January.

Full details on the Aero Style LEAF can be found in this previous InsideEVs post: LEAF Aero Style.  The new trim level goes on sale from January 8th, 2014.

Aero Style prices in Japan

Aero Style prices in Japan

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

Nissan LEAF Aero Style

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7 Comments on "Nissan Announces Pricing For LEAF Aero Style in Japan"

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Anon

In marketing speak, Aero Style is like saying, “Chocolate Flavored”. No real chocolate inside.

On a more serious note, aero looks like a reasonable mid cycle refresh. Surprised at the premium they’re charging for it.

Lad

Form over Function. What is needed is a “Better Battery” not sheet metal upgrades for fanboys.

Mercedes-Benz

fanboys? you mean people with good taste, how could you possibly spend money on an ugly car?

Just_chris

It looks better which is good but why isn’t there anything more than looks? Couldn’t they have put a slighty bigger motor in or pherhaps some smarter traction control plus better tires for a faster get away. Really this is quite a poor show and just shows how little competition the leaf has. If the i3 comes down in price then I think we’ll start to see some real changes. This appears to be aimed at getting more money out of the same customers rather than fighting for market share or increasing sales imo.

William

Damn that’s ugly

Kevin

Why add wacky plastic spoilers?
What a waste nissan
Those wheels are horrific!
Fire the Nissan designers/stylists

How about a real refresh with added range/power and features and improved styling, both outside and inside!

Joel

@Kevin and William. Do you guys really thinks it’s ugly? Strange. I find it super cool looking! Maybe it’s the “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder” thing. Different people, different tastes. Westerners seem to dislike it, but for Asians, the leaf is a futuristic and super cool looking car.