Wednesday, 04 August 2021 21:02

2022 Nissan LEAF Becomes Most Affordable EV with Sub-$30K MSRP

Written by Joey Klender, Teslarati


...the fully-loaded SL Plus variant, which dropped $6,545 from the 2020 model.


The availability of so many different LEAF variants offers every potential customer the opportunity to select the perfect EV for them while not necessarily breaking the bank.


Sure, you won’t get a cool semi-autonomous driving option or nearly 400 miles of all-electric range. However, if an electric vehicle is your first way to join the movement toward sustainable energy, then the LEAF might be the perfect car to help appeal to potential buyers.


Nissan currently receives batteries for the LEAF from Envision AESC.


The company recently signed a battery recycling deal with former Tesla executive J.B. Straubel’s Redwood Materials, giving owners peace of mind that their battery packs will be sustainably handled after the vehicle’s time on the road has come to a close.


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