Leaf now stickers up to A$20,000 less than competitors, Nissan says.
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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