Nissan Leaf leasing rates cut
* Nissan announces cuts to leasing price * Available to from 189 per month * Monthly charge includes battery hire...
The all-electric Nissan Leaf can now be leased for 189 per month in entry-level Visia trim.
Nissan will contribute 1600 to the deposit, leaving the customer to pay the remaining 4083, along with a monthly charge of 189. This figure includes the 70 per month battery lease.
At the end of the three-year lease period, the customer will have the option to buy the car outright for 7905. However, the 70 monthly charge for leasing the battery will continue.
Mid-range Acenta trim adds air-conditioning, alloy wheels and cruise control, with a monthly leasing cost of 239.
Range-topping Tekna spec will cost 289 a month, and additional equipment includes a Bose stereo and leather seats.
The deposit is the same for all trims and all packages are based on an annual mileage of 7500 miles.
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