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New Nissan Leaf priced from £21,990

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Nissan has announced full pricing for the next generation of its all-electric Nissan Leaf.

The new model will cost from £21,990 (including government grant) and boasts a 50% range increase over the existing model.

Total range is now 235 miles (NEDC) and the motor provides more power than before, with 150PS.

Advanced driver assistance technology, called ProPilot, brings semi-autonomous driving functionality.

The range consists of five versions. Entry-level Visia models cost £21,990, while range-topping Tekna variants are priced from £27,490.

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"With the New Nissan LEAF, all-electric motoring has never been more viable or affordable for almost any motorist,” said Carl Bayliss, EV category manager at Nissan.

The company claims that running costs are around 85% less than petrol or diesel cars and maintenance is almost 75% cheaper.

EV drivers also benefit from £0 VED, free London Congestion Charge and free parking in some cities.

First customer deliveries of the new Leaf will commence in February.

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