2017 Nissan Leaf: Cheaper Than Before? That’s Right.
The 2017 Nissan Leaf is making its way to the US and the vehicle is going to be cheaper than ever before. The US is going to be treated to the newer 30kWh batteries on all trims, with the 24kWh nowhere in sight.
The 30kWh battery gives the 2017 Nissan Leaf a range of 107 miles and the price tag has been dropped by $3, 500. You can now get the Leaf S for $31, 545, the SV for $35, 065 and the SL trim for $37, 655.
This means that the 2017 Nissan Leaf is going to be 10% cheaper than the version that came out in 2016 and the vehicle is the least equipped S trim. The SV and SL offer up the 6.6kW Level 2 charging along with DC fast charging.
The Nissan Leaf has been popular in the US with 100,000 units having been sold and the vehicle has sold 238,000 units around the globe. The Leaf is the best-seller among the all-electric vehicles in the US and this is partly due to the fact that the 30kWh battery could be charged to around 80% in around 30 minutes and it offers a range of over 100 miles.
The 2017 Nissan Leaf offers 107 horses and 187 torque and it gives a fun drive that is very responsive and comes with maintenance costs that are low.