Nissan Leaf costs 24,000 euros in Japan

Nissan Leaf costs 24,000 euros in Japan

Leaf Nissan announced that its first electric car will cost about 30,000 euros and 24,000 euros in Japan after applying for state grants spell quoted by Hotnews. Nissan Leaf can be ordered in Japan from April 1, 2010.

Leaf Nissan will be officially launched in December and in early 2011 the car will arrive in the U.S. and Europe. Nissan says that Leaf is the first affordable electric car and add that user will pay eight times less than the loading machine to outlet covering similar distances in a car with engine heat.

Nissan Leaf costs 3.76 million yen (40,700 U.S. dollars or 30,150 euros), but applying for grants of authority who buy electric cars cost decreased to about 23,800 euros.

Nissan Leaf has an electric motor that produces 80 kW (109 hp) and 280 nm, and can reach a top speed exceeding 140 km / h. Autonomy is at least 160 km, and battery charging (80%), fast mode is performed in less than 30 minutes and 100% are needed about 8 o'clock.

Nissan Leaf can be ordered by customers in Japan from April 1, and first deliveries will begin in December. Nissan has targeted 6,000 units in the first quarter of 2011.

Leaf tests the model in Europe will begin in summer and the first cars will arrive in showrooms early next year. Leaf Nissan Motor will produce a model factory in the UK in early 2013.


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