Key highlights – Updated Nissan Leaf for 2016

  • 25% increase in LEAF driving range – 155 miles* (250km) on a single charge
  • 30kWh battery technology, the largest in the sector
  • Significant battery updates improve performance
  • New NissanConnect EV infotainment system with greater functionality; off-board telematics for remote operations
  • Exterior design update with revised details and new colour option

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The revised model will be available to order December 2015.

Full pricing
Priced from £24,490 for the Acenta trim, the LEAF 30kW is available for just £1,600 more than the equivalent LEAF with a 24kW battery.

Grade

Options

Battery

OTR with PiCG**

Acenta

MY16 – 30kWh

£24,490

Acenta

Solar cell

MY16 – 30kWh

£24,790

Acenta

6kW charger

MY16 – 30kWh

£25,640

Acenta

6kW charger +
Solar Cell

MY16 – 30kWh

£25,940

Tekna

MY16 – 30kWh

£26,490

Tekna

Solar cell

MY16 – 30kWh

£26,790

Tekna

6kW charger

MY16 – 30kWh

£27,640

Tekna

6kW charger +
Solar cell

MY16 – 30kWh

£27,940

Visia

MY16 – 24kWh

£20,790

Visia

6kW charger

MY16 – 24kWh

£21,940

Acenta

MY16 – 24kWh

£22,890

Acenta

Solar cell

MY16 – 24kWh

£23,190

Acenta

6kW charger

MY16 – 24kWh

£24,040

Acenta

6kW charger +
Solar Cell

MY16 – 24kWh

£24,340

Tekna

MY16 – 24kWh

£24,890

Tekna

Solar cell

MY16 – 24kWh

£25,190

Tekna

6kW charger

MY16 – 24kWh

£26,040

Tekna

6kW charger +
Solar cell

MY16 – 24kWh

£26,340

*NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) target 155 miles – to be confirmed by homologation
**On the road price (OTR) includes VAT, includes First reg fee of £55. Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) incentive for LEAF is 35% up to a maximum of £5,000

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