* Leaf about $10,800 cheaper than Mitsubishi Motors i-MiEV * Subsidies seen reducing consumer cost to near $32,320 * Consumer says would prefer hybrid in view of price * U.S. pricing to be announced later on Tuesday (Adds consumer and analyst comments and share price) By Nobuhiro Kubo YOKOHAMA, Japan, March 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co priced its battery-powered Leaf hatchback at more than twice the cost of a similarly sized gasoline car, counting on government subsidies to drive ...
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