for the all-electric
Nissan LEAF starts from $32,780*.
May 2010 – Nissan N. America:
America, Inc. (NNA) is opening reservations for the
Nissan LEAF zero-emission, all-electric vehicle on May
15 to the general public. The reservation process is a
first step in securing a place on the list to purchase
or lease a Nissan LEAF.
priority reservations beginning April 20 to select
customers who had registered for ongoing communications
on the Nissan LEAF via NissanUSA.com. More than 9,500
consumers placed a reservation during this priority
customer configures his or her own vehicle.
The Nissan LEAF
begins rolling out to select markets in December, with
increased availability beginning in spring 2011, and
full market rollout in 2012. Consumers who have made
reservations will be sequenced in order for their
start of priority reservations, interest in the Nissan
LEAF only has continued to grow,” said Brian Carolin,
senior vice president, sales & marketing, NNA.
“Consumers clearly are recognizing the benefits of
zero emissions and the value proposition the Nissan LEAF
- Through the Nissan LEAF website via NissanUSA.com, the
customer will create an account, configure his or her
vehicle, and answer questions to complete a driving
- Consumers will be asked to pay a fully refundable $99
reservation fee by credit card.
- After placing a reservation, a customer will be able to
indicate a preferred dealer.
- Consumers who reserve a Nissan LEAF will receive
confirmation numbers. Nissan will provide individual
updates for their reservations by June 30.
- Reservations are limited to one per household.
Consumer inquiries about the reservation process can be
answered at the Nissan LEAF call center, 1-877-664-2738.
Including the maximum $7,500 federal tax credit for
which the Nissan LEAF will be fully eligible, the
consumer’s after-tax net value of the vehicle could be
as low as $25,280. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail
Price *(MSRP) for the 2011 all-electric, zero-emission
Nissan LEAF is $32,780. Additionally, there is an array
of state and local incentives that may further defray
the costs, and increase the benefits, for owning and
charging a Nissan LEAF. For example, a $5,000
clean-vehicle rebate is offered in California; a $5,000
tax credit in Georgia; a $1,500 tax credit in Oregon;
and carpool-lane access in some states, including
California. The lease price for the Nissan LEAF begins
at $349 per month.
In North America, Nissan's operations include automotive
design, engineering, consumer and corporate financing,
sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing.
Reservations are limited to one per household.
Nissan is dedicated to improving the environment under
the Nissan Green Program 2010, whose key priorities are
reducing CO2 emissions, cutting other emissions and
More information on the Nissan
LEAF and zero emissions can be found at www.nissanusa.com
* MSRP excludes applicable tax, title and license fees.
Dealer sets actual price. Prices and specs are subject
to change without notice.