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Refreshed 2023 Nissan LEAF prices start at $27,800

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – For more than a decade, Nissan LEAF has represented all-electric mobility for the mass market, offering innovative technology and great value. The 2023 LEAF is now on sale nationwide, featuring an updated design and a simplified lineup. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP1) start at $27,800 and qualified purchasers may be eligible for up to a $7,500 federal tax credit2.

The 2023 Nissan LEAF lineup is now streamlined to offer the two most popular models, S and SV PLUS. To keep LEAF fresh, Nissan redesigned the grille, front fascia and headlights, and is offering new optional 17-inch multi-spoke wheels. On the inside, LEAF features new black cloth seating upholstery with gray finishers on the S grade or gloss black finishers on SV PLUS. Additionally, LEAF now features the new Nissan brand logo inside and out.

All LEAF models feature Nissan's Safety Shield® 360 as standard equipment, inclusive of six active driver assistance technologies that can help drivers avoid or lessen the severity of a crash. SV PLUS models include ProPILOT Assist3 and Intelligent Around View Monitor®.

"LEAF continues to deliver on its promise of quality, innovation and value," said Aditya Jairaj, director, EV Marketing and Sales, Nissan U.S. "A competitive price point paired with a host of standard technology features and refreshed design makes Nissan LEAF a truly attractive option for anyone considering an EV."

2023 Nissan LEAF MSRP:

LEAF S with 40 kWh battery
(EPA est. range 149 miles4)

$27,800 USD

LEAF SV PLUS with 60 kWh battery
(EPA est. range 212 miles5)

$35,800 USD

Destination and Handling $1,095.

LEAF is proudly assembled in Smyrna, Tennessee.

Late last year, Nissan announced its Ambition 2030 electrification plan, which targets 40% of its U.S. sales to be fully electric by the end of the decade, with even more to feature electrified powertrains. And earlier in 2022, Nissan committed to investing $500 million into its Canton, Mississippi, plant to produce two all-new electric vehicles.

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