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Nissan Hopes to Boost Leaf Enthusiasm with Price Cuts

Nissan is cutting the sale price and lease prices in the U.S.

Nissan’s Leaf is withering in terms of sales, and the automaker is looking to fix that through discounts and cheaper lease options.

Nissan’s Leaf sales have taken a serious dip this year, having only sold 4,228 for the year through August in the United States. The automaker sold 10,000 Leafs last year and had hoped to double that number this year.

How does Nissan plan to fix this? For starters, it took $3,250 off the price tag of each 2012 Leaf model starting in August. This is a considerable jump from the $850 discounts it was giving back in January. The 2012 Leaf starts at $36,050.

In addition, Nissan is reducing lease costs of the 2012 Leaf from $249 per month to $219 per month with $2,999 down for 32 months.
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