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Thursday, November 10, 2016

2017 Nissan Leaf Is A Tad More Expensive, Starts From $30,680

#Nissan has revised the pricing of the all-electric Leaf for the US market.

The 2017MY Leaf continues to be offered in three trim grades named S, SV and SL, but the entry-level version now benefits from the 30 kWh battery, which justifies its increased price tag, from $29,010 to $30,680, without destination.

In this form, the Leaf provides a zero-emissions driving range of more than 100 miles (161 km) and charging its battery from the low-battery warning, using a quick charger, up to 80 percent takes approximately 30 minutes. Using a Level II, 240 V, home charging system means that the battery will reach 100 percent in roughly six hours.

The new lithium-ion battery pack is accompanied by a limited warranty for eight years of 100,000 miles (160,934 km), whichever comes first. All Nissan Leaf models are powered by an 80 kW AC synchronous motor that generates 107 HP (109 PS) and 187 lb-ft (254 Nm) of torque.

Standard equipment includes RearView Monitor and Bluetooth, while the SV and SL grades benefit from NissanConnectSM with Navigation and a 7.0-inch color display with multi-touch control, voice recognition, HD Radio, SiriusXM Traffic and Travel LinkTM for weather, fuel prices, stock info, sports and movie listings, and NissanConnect EV. Additionally, the Premium Package can also be specified to these two grades, adding the Around Vie Monitor and a Bose premium sound system.


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