The world's best selling electric car for a reason, it's an all-rounder. Roomy, reliable, with decent range and great value.
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This car with Go Eve
per month incl:
1,000 miles / month
Road Tax (currently £0)
6 month's commitment on this car
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If you pay for the car via your employer under Salary Sacrifice the price would be (based on your tax bracket):
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Get even lower rates. Share your car when you don't need it with people you choose: Friends, neighbours, colleagues etc.
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Indicative figure for this car based on approximately 1 hour per day, or 7 hours in a week. It's yours the rest of the time.
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Mates rates on this car
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Money from any friends sharing your car is passed back to the primary driver's account at the end of the month. 25% of this is retained by Go Eve to cover the service.
Nissan's Leaf has been around for so long that some people think it couldn't possibly still be a class-leading car. Wrong. The new model's look is bold, angular, and contemporary and more confident about the car's capabilities. Nissan will hate us for saying it, but the Leaf is Golf-like in its universal applicability.
It's not only the perfect electric car for almost anyone, it's the perfect car for almost anyone. If there's a better balance of price, range, room, reliability and "easy to live with" on the market we don't know what it is. There are cars that are more stylish and that have longer range and lower prices...but the Leaf find a great balance right in the middle. Room for a family but good around town. Good in the city but still great on the highway. They sell by the boatload because they're great cars.
Top Gear's review is here.
WhatCar's review is here.
To buy at a dealer: £
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*Note: The "WLTP" range is the international standard range. Also, note that P11D values vary slightly over time.
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