Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Big news: LEAF in the mid- 20s

The Nissan LEAF, the first all-electric car to be mass marketed by a major automaker, will come in around $25,000, with help from the federal tax credit of $7500. At 25% of the cost of a Tesla, we're no longer talking about a car for millionaires.

If you live in a state that recognizes the benefits of EVs with rebates and incentives of their own, the LEAF could come in as low as about $21,000. If you don't, get active with your state legislators.

Get ready to sign up, $99 refundable deposit, on April 20.

More info at NissanUSA


news-car-blog said...

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Edward said...

Now the Nissan LEAF become a most affordable electric car. You can get some hybrid cars in same range of price but they are Hybrid Not all electric.
Honda Civic Hybrid Cars

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I have Nissan cars which is very comfortable for me and now I am planning to buy Nissan LEAF, the first all-electric car of the world.

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