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Nissan Leaf: a new offer available at €130/month!

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).

Nissan Leaf: a new long-term rental offer

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.

A home charging station for €649

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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