In America Nissan Leaf will cost 32,780 Dollars

Posted on Wednesday, 31 March 2010 , 01:03:24 byEmil

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In America Nissan Leaf will cost 32,780 Dollars

Yesterday the price tag for the electric vehicle Nissan Leaf was announced in Japan and the builder of the very 1st EV made for the masses announced the cost for the unit in America. Never mind the credit of 7,500 Dollars for federal tax, the Leaf's MSRP was set for 32,780 Dollars.

A Leaf unit (with all the federal tax taken care of) can be bought for 25,280 Dollars, but it's all relative, because each country is offering extra rebates: 5,000 Dollars statewide California tax rebate, in Georgia - 5,000 tax credit and in Oregon - 1,500 Dollars tax credit.

Brian Carolin, Nissan's Sales and Marketing senior vice president said to just imagine to never need to buy gas ever again. Or even if you pay something, it will be less than 3 Dollars for one hundred miles of driving. Or the possibility of making 0 emissions behind the wheel.

You can find the Leaf model on 2 trim levels in America. The SV trim wraps the vehicle with smart phone/Internet connectivity and navigation system, LED headlights, Intelligent-key - push button for start, Bluetooth, Sirius/XM satellite radio, stability control - dynamic control, 6 airbags and traction control.

The SL, the 2nd trim priced more with 940 Dollars, has a rearview monitor, automatic headlights, solar panel spoiler and fog lights.

The deliveries will be activated in August. You can ordering Leaf starting April 20, with a reservation fee of 99 Dollars.