Nissan has recently announced the official price list for the 2014 Leaf in the United States, where the model in question has recently received a price bump of 180 USD.
The 2014 Nissan Leaf is now available for order at dealerships across the U.S. The model in question has been priced from 28,980 USD, without the 850 USD destination and handling charges, but it does qualify for the 7,500 USD federal income tax credit. This makes the 2014 Leaf 180 USD more expensive than the previous model year version. A variety of optional packages are available for the EV, including the Around View Monitor, Bose sound system, Charge Package, Rearview Monitor or the new Gun Metallic fresh paint.
The updated version of the Nissan Leaf is still taking its power from an electric motor. The assembly can develop a total output of 107 HP (80 kW) and it has a peak torque of 253 nm (187 lb-ft) of torque. According to the car manufacturer, the Leaf can return 126 / 101 / 114 MPGe in city / highway / combined. The total range of the car stands at 135 km (84 miles) and then you will have to look for a socket and to wait a few hours.