On his way to the New York Auto Show, Brian Carolin, Nissan's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, spilled the beans regarding the pricing of the future Nissan LEAF electronic car.
Just opposite to the ongoing gossips, at a stand price of $32,780 it is definitely a very reasonably priced. It is so affordable that after the $7,500 tax credit, Nissan is capable of offering the LEAF for rent price of $349 per month which would not include liberal state incentives.
All out of a surprise, when a $5,000 tax credit in California, up to $6,000 in Colorado, $5,000 in Georgia, and $1,500 in Oregon is added, a final price of about $20K comes at hand.
As said by Mr. Carolin during the conference call, the LEAF rent of $349 runs for 36 months and is inclusive of a $1,999 down payment. Nissan has at all times said that it desires to storm the marketplace with EVs, and at that cost it positively looks within reach.
Nissan is leading the commerce by offering the foremost reasonable, and zero emanation motor vehicle for the mass market. Nissan LEAF accurately is in a rank by itself.