Available from today (1 July), the new trim sits between the Acenta and range-topping Tekna model and is equipped with 17-inch wheels finished with blue accents plus a 6.6kW on-board charger as standard, along with a Mode-3 32amp (EVSE) cable. Previously available only as an option, the 6.6kW charger allows owners to perform a 0-100% charge in just four hours.
The new model is priced at £24,740 with the Government’s Plug-in Car Grant applied, just over £1,150 more than the standard Acenta.
More than 9,500 LEAFs have already been sold here in the UK and Nissan is the undisputed leader in the EV market. This new model delivers exceptional value and showcases the LEAF’s incredible technology and engineering.
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