On June 21, Nissan announced that its 2023 LEAF EV is on sale nationwide, featuring an updated design and a simplified lineup. Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) starts at $27,800, and qualified purchasers may be eligible for up to a $7,500 federal tax credit.
For comparison, last year, Nissan lowered the MSRP of its 2022 LEAF to $27,400. Pricing for the 2021 vehicle started at $31,670.
Nissan says its new 2023 Nissan LEAF lineup is streamlined to offer the two most popular models, S and SV PLUS. The brand redesigned the grille, front fascia, and headlights, and is offering new optional 17-inch multi-spoke wheels. On the inside, LEAF features new black cloth seating upholstery with gray finishers on the S grade or gloss black finishers on SV PLUS. Additionally, LEAF now features the new Nissan brand logo inside and out.
All LEAF models feature Nissan's Safety Shield 360 as standard equipment, inclusive of six active driver assistance technologies that can help drivers avoid or lessen the severity of a crash. SV PLUS models include ProPILOT Assist3 and Intelligent Around View Monitor.
2023 Nissan LEAF MSRP
- LEAF S with 40 kWh battery (with EPA est. range 149 miles): $27,800 USD
- LEAF SV PLUS with 60 kWh battery (with EPA est. range 212 miles): $35,800 USD
LEAF is assembled in Smyrna, Tennessee.
Late last year, Nissan announced its Ambition 2030 electrification plan, which targets 40% of its U.S. sales to be fully electric by the end of the decade, with even more to feature electrified powertrains. And earlier in 2022, Nissan committed to investing $500 million into its Canton, Mississippi, plant to produce two all-new electric vehicles.
Originally posted on Charged Fleet