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2013 Nissan LEAF Priced In Canada From $31,698, Includes 6.6 kW Charging (US Next?), Arrives “Early Summer”

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InsideEVs has learned that the 2013 Nissan LEAF will indeed be coming to Canada, and will be priced from $31,698 on the new entry level S model, which is now also on sale in the United States for $28,800. Given a US to Canadian dollar exchange of almost par, that is a premium of almost $3,000.

However in Canada, the entry level S model comes with 6.6 kW (6 kW output) charging standard, a $1,300 option in the US, which helps soften the blow. Given the very late production run for Canadian models in Smyrna, TN, we feel there is a decent chance that 2014 MY LEAFs will also see 6.6 kW charging added to all trim levels when that gets underway in September.

As compared to 2012 pricing, where the base SV trim level started at $38,395 (SL – $39,995), Canadians can now get into an electric car for$6,697 dollars less.

Full lineup pricing is as follows (US price in brackets) as well as 2012 Canadian LEAF pricing.

S Trim – $31,698 ($28,800)
SV Trim – $34,998 ($31,820) – $38,395
SL Trim – $38,398 ($34,840) – $39,995
As for when actual cars will be arriving at Canadian dealerships, when we contacted Nissan Canada’s representatives on the subject in February we were told that the 2013s were “scheduled for spring 2013.”



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