Nissan prices Leaf EV around Y3.76 mln in Japan

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YOKOHAMA, Japan, March 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor said on Tuesday it would sell the Leaf electric car for around 3.76 million yen ($40,640) in Japan before government subsidies, disclosing a price for the first time as it aims to take the lead in zero-emission vehicles. The automaker said it aims to sell 6,000 Leaf cars, its first mass-volume all-electric model, in Japan for the year ending in March 2011. The company will start taking orders for the model in April 1 in Japan, with the ...

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