Excellent Value Available From the 2023 Nissan LEAF

May 17th, 2023 by

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2023 Nissan LEAF Pricing and Features

Despite the rising popularity of electric vehicles, they still have some stereotypes from the general public to battle. There are many misconceptions about EVs, and though some may be used to be true 15-20 years ago, many of them were never true at all.

One particular stereotype that we come across is the idea that an electric car must be expensive. After all, it feels like such a futuristic technology that it must come at a high price. And sure, there was once a time when most electric cars maybe didn’t fit into many drivers’ budgets. But times have changed.

2023 Nissan LEAF MSRP

The 2023 Nissan LEAF is one such model that completely proves that stereotype wrong. Allow us to give you some context.

Did you know that the average car purchase in the United States is set to exceed $50,000? That’s a big chunk of change, and you might think that the LEAF comes close to that. The fact is, it doesn’t. The 2023 Nissan LEAF starts at an MSRP of just $28,040.* That price is for the S model, while the SV Plus is an additional trim level that is available, although it remains well below the $50K mark at an MSRP of $36,040.*

What Comes With the 2023 Nissan LEAF?

Now, we get it. An affordable car is nice, but you want value too. You’re probably wondering how many exciting features you’ll actually be able to get for such a budget-friendly cost. Well, we think you’ll be surprised. 

Focusing only on the entry level model, the Nissan LEAF comes standard with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster situated alongside an 8-inch NissanConnect infotainment system. This system features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto so that you can easily connect to many of your smartphone apps using the central screen in the cabin. Elsewhere inside, the LEAF comes with push button start and automatic temperature control. 

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[Read more: The Present and Future of Nissan’s Electric Vehicles]

On the outside, the LEAF is sporting one of the finest EV designs you’ll find on the market today. It also has Intelligent Auto Headlights and an illuminated Nissan emblem in the grille, something you typically only see on luxury vehicles.

Of course, we can’t forget to mention the powertrain’s standard torque output of 236 lb-ft. And even with the additional power from the SV Plus trim, the LEAF can still manage a driving distance of up to 212 miles. 

As you can tell, there is no shortage of value when it comes to the 2023 Nissan LEAF. To explore these features for yourself, contact us at Nissan of Auburn so that we can get you behind the wheel.

*Price is Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). MSRP excludes tax, title, license, options, and destination and handling charges. Dealer sets actual price.

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