Nissan announces Leaf pricing for key European markets
The company also announced specific prices for the UK, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland and Portugal, the four initial European launch markets for the Nissan LEAF, with reservations to begin in July.
• In the UK the model will be priced at £23,350 (€27,471) after government incentives.
• In the Netherlands, the Leaf will cost €32,839. Dutch buyers will benefit from €6,000-19,000 in tax savings over five years.
• In the Republic of Ireland, the price will be €29,995 Euros after government incentives
• The price in Portugal is €29,955 after government incentives.
All prices include the battery and customers looking to place a reservation are being advised to pre-register on their local Nissan consumer website, which are:
Nissan says that it has decided to launch in these countries first due to significant government incentives for electric cars, and the ongoing development of charging infrastructure for their successful adoption. By the end of next year, the Nissan Leaf will be available in every major Western European country, with prices to be announced closer to launch.
Nissan has also said that it will be offering an all-inclusive acquisition method, with details to be released in July.
'Nissan leads the industry by being the first automaker to offer an affordable zero-emission car. It’s a pure electric vehicle, with no tailpipe emissions and very low running costs. Nissan Leaf may look similar to a compact family car, but its smoothness, acceleration and handling will surprise and impress drivers and passengers alike,' said Simon Thomas, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Nissan International SA.