Massive price cut to all trims
Has added features including ProPilot Assist to base model
Nissan has just announced pricing for its Leaf electric for 2022, and the automaker has slashed the price. Nearly $7,000 has been trimmed from the MSRP, bringing the EV into compact gasoline car pricing depending on the incentives in your region.
That’s $37,498 for the 2022 Nissan Leaf SV with a 40 kWh battery and up to 240 km of range. But the cuts apply to the other models in the lineup as well, meaning that a 62 kWh Leaf S Plus with 363 km of range is just $40,098. The SV Plus is $43,098, and the SL Plus is $46,098.
Nissan has made the CHAdeMO quick charge port standard across the line (it was previously only standard on Plus models) which should speed up charging. Nissan says that the 62 kWh Plus models should be able to charge to 80 percent in as little as 45 minutes. The base model SV and SV plus have been improved to offer 360-degree view cameras as well as Nissan ProPilot Assist highway driver assistance.
Nissan Leaf shoppers in all provinces should qualify for the $5,0000 federal EV incentive, while buyers in Quebec should also qualify for the province’s $8,000 incentive. That would make the 2022 Leaf the same price as a Sentra SR with CVT, making it one of the most affordable EV options available to Canadians.