Affordable Electric The 2022 Nissan Leaf's Price Cut Could Have You Riding in Style Post


The Nissan Leaf is definitely a veteran of the electric vehicle game. With over ten years in production, the new 2022 Leaf is ready to make quite the mic drop with a significant price cut across all trim levels. Maus Nissan wants to tell you more about this unbe-LEAF-able deal.

Standard equipment on the Leaf includes keyless start, automatic climate control and a modern infotainment system that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Nissan’s commitment to safety carries through the Leaf’s Safety Shield 360 which includes standard features like forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and automatic high beams. Inside the cabin, the Leaf seats five comfortably in a clean and simple space with 23.6 cubic feet of cargo space. With its driving range, this second-generation model can be charged back to 80% capacity in 45 minutes with the standard CHAdeMO fast charger. Drivers will no doubt enjoy the smooth handling and easy driving experience using a single pedal. Press down to go and lift off to slow down or stop. For traditionalists, there is still a brake pedal available.

Starting at around $28,400 MSRP, a decrease of over $4,000 from last year, makes it the most cost-effective electric vehicle you can buy. The lineup begins with the S trim, which carries a smaller battery pack and an estimated 150 miles of EPA-rated range. The next trim, SV, offers over $6,000 in savings from last year’s model, starting around $29,700. 

As we climb through the trim levels, the Leaf Plus models surely stand out. Complete with a more powerful electric motor and a larger battery pack that carries an estimated 225 miles of range. The S Plus, SV Plus and loaded SL Plus offer between $5,500-$6,500 in discounts.

Whatever you choose, all trims are eligible for the $7,500 federal tax credit. LEAF it to the Maus Nissan sales team to help you make the best decision on this outstanding electric vehicle. Give us a call at (352) 592-6287 today!

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