The first Australian buyers of Nissan’s Leaf electric vehicle may be spitting sparks after the Japanese auto maker slashes its price again in an effort to generate sales. The slow-selling EV’s price has been lowered A$7,000 ($7,174) to A$36,000 ($36,890) plus on-road costs, well down from the A$51,500 ($52,773) tag when it was introduced in July 2012. The second price cut for the Leaf in less than a year lowers the EV’s price to within A$3,000 ($3,073) of an ...

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