Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Nissan raises Leaf prices, adds retail markets

Nissan North America said today it will add $2,420 to the base model of its hard-to-get, slow-to-build electric Leaf sedan.

Compared to 2011 model year's $33,630 base price, including delivery, the 2012 model will begin at $36,050. The car's upper-grade SL model will sell for $38,100, an increase of $3,530 over 2011.

A federal tax credit continues to take $7,500 off of the sale price. Some states, such as California, Georgia and Illinois, offer additional subsidies on the zero-emission car.

Brian Carolin, Nissan North America Inc. senior vice president of sales, was to tell an electric-vehicle industry audience in Raleigh N.C., this morning that the 2012 model will contain two new standard features, according to his prepared remarks.

Read more: http://www.autonews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20110719/OEM05/110719896/1186#ixzz1Sfev4lBf

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