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Nissan Leaf price reduction announced

Date: 06 April 2021   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Nissan has announced price drops across its Leaf EV range, including big reductions for high-spec models that keep them in range of the UK Government's plug-in car grant.

The price of e+ spec cars, which have 62kWh batteries, in both N-Connecta and Tekna equipment grades, has been cut so that once the grant is applied they now cost £30,445 and £32,445 respectively, which Nissan says is a saving of more than £5,000 on what they would have cost otherwise.

The government reduced the maximum price for grant-eligible cars to £35,000 last month, and also cut the value of the grant from £3,000 to £2,500. 

Prices drops have also been announced for the regular 40kWh battery Leaf range, with an Acenta model now priced including the grant at £25,995 (a £1,350 reduction), an N-Connecta at £27,995 (-£650), a 10 Special Version at £28,670 (-£650), and a Tekna at £29,995 (-£665).