Leaf Special Edition
The new Nissan Leaf has a new version. Following Nissans other questionable naming decisions: The Leaf 2.Zero edition debuted in London on the 8th December. It’s trim level slots it in between the top of the line Tekna and the N-Connecta. This gives it the e-pedal system that stops you rolling back at traffic lights. It includes Nissans brand new autonomous driving mode the ProPilot system as well. The Leaf is the first Nissan car in Europe to include the feature.
Nissan quotes the range of the new Leaf as a very respectable 235 miles. This will be less in the real world but even a spirited motorway drive will see over 150 miles. The equipment list also includes 17″ alloy wheels, a 7″ touch screen infotainment centre and around view monitoring. That system includes moving object and driver alertness detection to help you stay out of trouble. Climate control, bio-fabric seats and cruise control round out the equipment list. You can have it in Spring Cloud (a sort of metallic green) and Pearl Black.
Leaf 2.Zero Exclusivity
The production run of the 2.Zero edition will include 1500 vehicles which come with a competitive personal lease financing scheme. Customers opting for the finance package can also apply for a new 7kWh home charger (usually costing £359 with the OLEV grant) for free.
There is good news for existing Leaf owners who get an increased dealer deposit contribution of £1500 rather than the usual £1000.
The New Nissan Leaf 2.Zero Edition is priced at £26,490 including the Government grant. You can take delivery now.