Nissan has made some significant reductions to Leaf prices to ensure the EV remains eligible for the £2,500 Plug-in Car Grant
The range now starts from £25,995 – a £1,350 price cut – and even the range-topping model is now available for less than £32,500.
Previously, it cost almost £38,000.
Nissan says the price reductions are available immediately and will save Leaf buyers as much as £5,265.
Both 40kWh and 62kWh battery versions are available for less than £32,500; the longer-range 62kWh model has a driving range of almost 240 miles.
The price reductions mean the Leaf is now Britain’s most affordable pure electric family hatchback.
Nissan is also offering 0% PCP finance on the best-selling Leaf e+ N-Connecta 62kWh variant.
For those able to place a £4,718 deposit, the long-range Leaf is available for £299 a month over a three-year deal.