Electric Vehicles

Nissan's 2017 LEAF Goes on Sale

November 11, 2016

Photo of 2017 LEAF courtesy of Nissan.
Photo of 2017 LEAF courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan has begun selling its 2017 LEAF as a carryover model, following a 2016-model-year update, for at least $31,545, which marks a $1,670 increase for the base model.

Nissan will again offer a trio of LEAF models, including the S, SV and SL that retail for $31,545, $35,065, and $37,655 respectively.

For 2017, Nissan is offering the 30-kWh battery across the model range, meaning even the base LEAF can now achieve 100 miles of range on a single charge. The LEAF can achieve a full charge using a 240-volt Level 2 charging system in about six hours and about 30 minutes with a DC-based fast charger.

The LEAF is powered by an 80-kW AC synchronous motor that generates 107 hp and 187 lb.-ft.

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