Save Over £10,814 ($13,500 USD) On A Nissan LEAF In The UK
Have you heard that Nissan announced its 2nd generation LEAF will debut this September? Well, the current, aging model’s price-tag certainly has, as Autocar’s list of the five best new car deals in UK (valid by April 6, 2017) is lead by the Nissan LEAF.
The Japanese manufacturer now offers the Acenta trim, with 30 kWh battery, for a stunning £10,814 ($13,500) lower than MSRP.
The final price stands at just £19,476 (which is $24,300 in US dollars).
“Pay £10,814 less than list price on the Nissan Leaf Acenta 30kW Auto with our sister site, Whatcar.com. The price you pay has been brought down to a thrifty £19,476.”
This UK news is just the most recent wave price reductions and clearances we have seen around the world. Recently in the US, we have seen Nissan team with many associates and utility companies to offer ~$10,000 off MSRP locally.
Basically, if you only need ~107 mile of range or less out of your all-electric car, Nissan is ready to deal…and the LEAF is likely your best, most economical, option right now.
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