Nissan has introduced a new model of its all-electric LEAF, with prices commencing from €20,990. This new variant features over 100 changes and modifications over its predecessor.
The LEAF is now available across three grades, XE, SV and SVE. Standard features on the entry-level model includes, 16” steel wheels, front fog lights and i-Key and audio system. The The mid-range SV grade, priced at €23,990, is generously equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels, advanced IT with Carwings telematics, rear view monitor, remote charger and heating activation, rear privacy glass, a six-speaker sound system, body colour mirrors and automatic lights with follow-me home lighting.The top of the range SVE model priced at €26,390 adds LED headlamps, seven-speaker Bose sound system, heated leather seats and steering wheel, 17-inch alloy wheels, rain sensing wipers, electric heated folding door mirrors and Around View Monitor. All versions have a full complement of safety equipment as standard with front side and curtain airbags as well as ABS, EBD and brake assistance. The Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) is also standard. Nissan LEAF gained a full five star EuroNCAP rating on its launch and was the first 100% electric vehicle to gain this safety rating.