A new LLD offer has appeared for the Nissan Leaf: the Japanese firm offers to benefit from it from €130/month!
Since 2010, the Nissan Leaf is a pioneer of electric cars, and was renewed in 2018 with a brand new generation. It is a strategic model for Nissan, which wants to achieve 98% of its sales in Europe with electrified models, starting in 2026.
This is how the Japanese firm wants to democratize access to its zero-emission car, with a special offer offered since September 1, 2023 for Nissan Leaf customers wishing to subscribe to a long-term rental offer (LLD).
The Nissan Leaf, in its best-selling Acenta version, equipped with a 40 kWh battery capacity, is offered at a starting rent from 130 € per monthwithout input.
This price is for a contract of 36 month long term rental, ecological bonus of €7,000 deducted, taking into account the bonus of €2,000 for the most modest households, but also the conversion bonus of €2,500 deducted. This particularly attractive rent allows access to a model with full equipment.
There are indeed standard alloy wheels, keyless opening and starting, automatic air conditioning, electric windows and mirrors, reversing camera, 8-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, or ePedal technology, which allows you to drive, slow down and stop using the accelerator pedal alone, for greater comfort.
In addition to this special offer on the Nissan Leaf, the Japanese manufacturer also offers theinstallation of a charging station for €649 (tax credit of €300 deducted), instead of €1,369: this rate includes the supply and installation of a 7.4 kW charging station at the customer’s home, and is valid until October 31 2023.
The Nissan Leaf Acenta is fitted as standard with a 6.6 kW on-board charger, and comes with two charging cables, the first of 32A to connect to a public or domestic terminal, as well as a second to connect domestic outlets.
As part of its Ambition 2030 strategy, Nissan aims to accelerate the electrification of its range, with the marketing of 19 new 100% electric models in the world by 2030.
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