New Nissan LEAF Black Edition On Sale In The UK

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Nissan has a hot new model in town (in the UK) and it is stylish — the Nissan LEAF Black Edition. The always zero-emission LEAF is impressive in any style, in my humble opinion. The LEAF Black Edition proves there’s no need to compromise on style to be perfectly clean. Take notice of the extras as well. One of those: the first 200 customers will receive a free in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot.

The LEAF Black Edition is now on sale in the UK starting at £26,890 when you include the £4,500 UK plug-in vehicle grant. Some striking features include exclusive black 16” alloy wheels, black door mirror caps, and a black roof spoiler.

The LEAF Black Edition is based on the Acenta trim/grade. It comes with the NissanConnect EV telematics system and Nissan’s “Intelligent Around View Monitor.” It also includes blue-stitched mats “to give the interior a premium finish.”

Nissan adds a few more details: “The world’s best-selling electric vehicle is now even more attractive with 0% APR representative finance from £207 per month with no minimum deposit, free insurance in the first year, free servicing in the first two years and a £1,000 Nissan deposit contribution.

Director of Electric Vehicles at Nissan Gareth Dunsmore adds: “The new LEAF Black Edition perfectly showcases Nissan’s commitment to making smart, premium quality products accessible for all.”

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