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Nissan Leaf joins Motability scheme

The new Nissan Leaf has become the first 100% electric vehicle to join the Motability scheme.

The new UK-built Leaf is now available from just £999 advance payment (AP). For £1,299 AP customers can upgrade to the Acenta model featuring Nissan’s Carwings telematics system as well as useful features such as auto lights and wipers, cruise control and a colour reversing camera.

At the top of the range Tekna grade adds Bose audio, 360° Around View Monitor and leather heated seats and is available for £1,999 AP.

Jon Pollock, Nissan GB sales director said: "We’re proud that the Nissan Leaf has delivered another first ahead of its rivals to become the first 100% electric car on the Motability Scheme. With a starting Advance Payment of just £999 and Motability Scheme specialists at each of our dealerships, getting behind the wheel of an electric vehicle and enjoying low running costs has never been easier."


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