Nissan Leaf price cut: top-spec electric hatchback eligible for plug-in grant
Nissan has dropped the price of its Leaf hatchback to make all versions of the electric car once again eligible for the revised government plug-in car grant.
- Nissan Leaf price cut
- Both 40kWh and 62kWh versions discounted
- Up to £5,265 cheaper than before
- Top-spec versions again eligible for the grant
- Range now starts from £25,995 including government grant
Pricing for the Nissan Leaf has been slashed to make every version of the popular electric car eligible for the revised £2,500 plug-in car grant.
The Leaf range now costs from £25,995 inclusive of the £2,500 grant — which has been recently cut from £3,000.
The new grant is also only eligible for electric cars with an on-the-road price of under £35,000, having previously applied to all cars that cost less than £50,000.
There’s been no change to the actual line-up of the cars, with both 40kWh and 62kWh ‘e+’ versions of the Nissan Leaf still available — offering 168 and 239 miles of range respectively.
See below for the full Nissan Leaf price changes, with as much as £5,265 knocked off the top-spec e+ Tekna model.
|Model||New on-the-road price (inc. grant)||Saving over old price|
|Nissan Leaf Acenta||£25,995||£1,350|
|Nissan Leaf N-Connecta||£27,995||£650|
|Nissan Leaf 10 Special Version||£28,670||£650|
|Nissan Leaf Tekna||£29,995||£665|
|Nissan Leaf e+ N-Connecta||£30,445||£5,250|
|Nissan Leaf e+ Tekna||£32,445||£5,265|
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