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Nissan Leaf Gets $15,000 Price Reduction In Australia

The Nissan Leaf used to cost an eye-popping $51,500 in Australia, which may be why only 116 people bought it at that price.

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Image Credit: Nissan Leaf via Wikimedia Commons

Fortunately, the price has dropped by an impressive $15,000, down to $39,990 after on-road costs, but 36,500 without on-road costs factored in.

“We want to sell more,” said Nissan Australia spokesman Peter Fadeyev. “We want to stimulate the market.”

Customers that already paid that extremely high price will not be reimbursed the price difference.

 
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