2018 Nissan Leaf: $27,000 MSRP All But Confirmed!

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About a month ago, Nissan pulled the curtains off the next-gen Leaf but the vehicle didn’t manage to get an entirely positive response from the crowd. This is due to the car’s driving range, which is far behind rivals Chevrolet Bolt and Tesla Model 3.

But then again, the shorter range on the Leaf is easy to forgive because the car promises to be friendly to your wallets. Over in the UK, Nissan has confirmed that the Leaf will have a starting price of £26,490. This makes it about 9% cheaper than the Nissan 370Z.

If the price difference between the 370Z and the Leaf is used to predict the Leaf’s pricing for the US, then we are looking at a price tag of $27,000. This is before rebates or any other tax incentives and it is enough to make the Leaf significantly cheaper than rival vehicles.

At this rate, you can expect the Leaf with more than 200 miles of driving range to retail well under $35,000 upon making its debut late next year.

1 Comment

  1. Craig

    October 6, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    The Nissan website says the MSRP is $29,990 in the US. Are you saying that’s an estimate that Nissan is likely to change before the release in early 2018?