Nissan launches New LEAF in Europe

Nissan confirms new LEAF pricing


Nissan has revealed specification and pricing details for the new LEAF, with customer deliveries set to start in February. The new 40kWh model will be available from £21,990, including the £4,500 Category 1 Plug-in Car Grant.

Following the Visia as the entry level model comes the Acenta, N-Connecta, and Tekna to support the Zero launch edition model we already knew about. The Acenta starts at £24,290 with the N-Connecta available from £25,990. The Zero edition is available from £26,490, while the range tops out in Tekna trim from £27,490 – all inc. PiCG.

Those prices put the new LEAF on a par with the outgoing model, with prices a little higher or lower for comparative trims. That’s despite the fact that the new LEAF boasts a 50% increase in the official range available – up to a quoted 235 miles NEDC – and a 38% increase in power to 150hp (110kW).

The Zero limited edition model is limited to 1,500 units, but the rest of the specification line-up has no such restrictions. Equipment for each trim level is yet to be confirmed, though Nissan is promising that ProPILOT semi-autonomous driving systems, ePedal, and advanced safety systems will feature in the new LEAF range.

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