The Japanese based automaker Nissan has recently announced a price cut for the Leaf in the United Kingdom, where the model is now available from 23, 490 GBP.
After Nissan has dropped the price for the Leaf in Australia back in December 2012 and it has announced a price cut for the electric vehicle in the United States too a couple of weeks ago, the same action has been recently taken in the United Kingdom too, where the popular “green” model is now 2,500 GBP cheaper than before. According to the car manufacturer, the price of the Nissan Leaf in the UK has dropped to 23,490 GBP, with the 5,000 GBP government grant on EVs.
If this is too expensive for you than you should know that the Nissan Leaf is also available in lease from 239 GBP monthly. Standard equipment found on the Nissan Leaf still includes the keyless go, the Bluetooth, the satellite navigation system or the rearview camera. The newly priced Nissan Leaf is already available to order across the UK but if you want an updated version you should wait a few months because the model will enter production in Sunderland this spring, and it will make its public debut in Geneva.