Nissan LEAF Pricing & Reviews

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Nissan has been mass-producing an electric car since 2010, making it one of the leaders in the shift to electrified vehicles. Displaying Nissan’s affinity for unusual design, the Leaf is a 5-passenger, 5-door hatchback with a large trunk. Appropriately, the Leaf has a green and ecologically resonant name that is reportedly also a reverse acronym for Leading Environmentally-friendly Affordable Family car. The company has sold more than one quarter million Leafs around the world, and over the years Nissan improved the car’s driving range while enhancing its value equation. However, newcomers including the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Tesla Model 3 have significantly raised the bar in the affordable electric car segment.

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$29,990-$36,200
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$30,680-$36,790
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2016 Nissan LEAF
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$29,010-$36,790
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2015 Nissan LEAF
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$29,010-$35,120
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2014 Nissan LEAF
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$28,980-$35,020
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2013 Nissan LEAF
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$28,800-$34,840
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2012 Nissan LEAF
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$35,200-$37,250
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2011 Nissan LEAF
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$0-$33,720
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