2022 Nissan LEAF

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After Incentives

$16,150

MSRP

$27,400

Estimated Incentives

$11,250

Loan Payment

$481 / month

Down Payment

$2,939

10% of MSRP plus tax

Estimated Incentives

$11,250

Lease Payment

$222 / month

First Lease Payment

$3,160

Incentives For Lease

$11,250

Type

Hatchback

Seats

5

Fuel Type

BEV

Electric Range

149 miles

Miles Per 30 min of Fast Charging

~ 83 miles

time to Charge - Level 2

~ 5 hr 45 min

Battery Size

40 kWh

C02 Emissions Reductions

12,236 lbs/yr

Trees Planted

255

Gasoline Saved

714 gal/yr

0-60mph Acceleration

9.00 sec

Drivetrain

Front-Wheel Drive


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Compare the Nissan LEAF to a similar gas vehicle, the Nissan Rogue Sport

20,000 Miles

5 years

$6.06


Assumptions

We selected the Nissan Rogue Sport based on its proximity to the Nissan LEAF based on brand, size, and price.

Results have been updated as of 6/1/2022, 9:55:54 PM.

The Nissan LEAF is $238 cheaper to fill up monthly

DescriptionNissan LEAFNissan Rogue Sport
Electricity$122$0
Gasoline$0$361
Total$122$361

The Nissan LEAF is $25,355 cheaper to own over 5 years

DescriptionNissan LEAFNissan Rogue Sport
Vehicle$11,507$19,983
Electricity$7,344$0
Gasoline$0$21,643
Maintenance$2,844$5,580
Insurance$8,206$8,050
Total$29,901$55,255

Compare the cumulative lifetime cost of the Nissan LEAF to a Nissan Rogue Sport

YearNissan LEAFNissan Rogue Sport
Year 0$16,150$24,060
Year 1$21,815$32,859
Year 2$25,494$39,913
Year 3$29,173$46,968
Year 4$32,852$54,023
Year 5$29,901$55,255

Note: Breakeven chart assumes the vehicles are purchased in cash.


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Up to $11,250 in tax credits and rebates are potentially available for the Nissan LEAF

These programs are potentially available for the Nissan LEAF


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