2025 Nissan Leaf Priced Starting at $29,280 Making It the Cheapest EV in America

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Nissan is continuing its commitment to making electric vehicles (EVs) accessible to a broader audience with the latest iteration of the Nissan Leaf. Priced at $29,280 for the entry-level S trim, the 2025 Leaf maintains its affordability, remaining unchanged from the previous year. This pricing makes it the most budget-friendly EV option in America, a title previously held by the now-discontinued Chevrolet Bolt.

The Leaf’s pricing strategy reflects Nissan’s focus on offering an affordable yet efficient electric vehicle solution to consumers. Despite being in its final year of production, the 2025 Leaf remains a compelling choice for eco-conscious drivers looking to transition to electric mobility.

Key features of the 2025 Leaf include a 40.0-kilowatt-hour battery in the S trim, providing a range of up to 149 miles. For those seeking extended range, the SV Plus variant offers a larger 60.0-kWh battery with up to 212 miles of range, priced at $37,330. Standard safety features such as Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 are included across all trims, with additional driver-assist technologies like ProPilot Plus and Intelligent Around View Monitor available in the SV Plus model.

The 2025 Leaf builds upon the enhancements introduced in the 2023 model, featuring a refreshed exterior design with updates to the grille, front bumper, and headlights. Nissan has streamlined the lineup to offer only two trims: the S and SV Plus. Both trims come equipped with an 8.0-inch infotainment display featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, ensuring connectivity and convenience for modern drivers.

Opting for the SV Plus trim rewards customers with premium amenities such as 17-inch wheels, LED headlights, fog lights, a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel, and heated front seats. These enhancements elevate the driving experience while maintaining the Leaf’s reputation for affordability and efficiency.

As the automotive industry continues to evolve, Nissan’s decision to discontinue the Leaf in favor of a crossover reflects changing consumer preferences and market trends. However, for now, the 2025 Nissan Leaf stands as the most cost-effective option for those seeking an electric vehicle, setting a benchmark for affordability and sustainability in the EV market.

Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices for the 2025 Nissan LEAF excluding destination and handling of $1,140:





40 kWh battery



60 kWh battery



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