Nissan Leaf: Lease Price and Plan Details

The Nissan Leaf will make history this December when it will become the first mass-produced all electric for the U.S. market. The car will be available to purchase or to lease. The price for the car will be $25,280, that’s with $7,500 federal tax credit taken off.

The lease plan does not look too bad, the five-door electric vehicle will cost just $349 per month for 36 months – local rebates will total $1,999. We mentioned above that the Nissan Leaf will be available in December for lease or purchase, but will not go national until 2011.

If you were considering the Nissan Leaf, then you will be able to put your name down for one on April 20. For those of you who still believe that the price is still expensive, then BrighterEnergy explains that other state or local incentives could be available.

California and Georgia will offer another $5,000 in rebates for using cleaner transport — Oregon will offer just $1,500. For more details on this zero-emission vehicle visit Nissan

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Written by Peter Chubb

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