Starting MSRP Announced for 2019 Nissan LEAF
Since its debut in 2010, the all-electric Nissan LEAF has sole more than 123,000 units. Across the globe, approximately 348,000 LEAFs have been sold, firmly establishing the EV as the best-selling EV in the world, reports Nissan. Now, Nissan has announced the starting MSRP for the latest edition of the popular EV, $29,990 for the LEAF S; $32,490 for the LEAF SV; and $36,200 for the LEAF SL. Although the 2019 models have more to offer than in previous years, the MSRP remains identical to 2018 pricing for the three trims.
Boasting a 150-mile driving range, the 2019 LEAF also features advanced autonomous driving technology of ProPILOT Assist and e-Pedal, which lets drivers use one pedal to operate car functions. Rear Door Alert will be a standard feature on late 2019 models and the LEAF will be able to achieve an even longer driving range in the future, notes the automaker.
The 2019 LEAF also showcases Nissan Intelligent Mobility with three technologies: Nissan Intelligent Driving, Nissan Intelligent Integration and Nissan Intelligent Power, all designed to inspire drivers to rethink the way cars impact society and the powertrains of cars.
To help you stay connected on the road to the smartphone features you need and the information sources you prefer, the 2019 LEAF will offer available NissanConnect with Navigation, which is embedded with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility, a Bose® Premium Audio system, and SiriusXM® services. Advanced driver assist technologies including Intelligent Cruise Control, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Intelligent Driver Alertness, and Intelligent Around View® Monitor.
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