Nissan Leaf Lease

Ever since its inception, the Nissan Leaf has helped to innovate the electric car market by providing an affordable and ultimately mainstream vehicle for contract hire. With a Nissan lease for the Leaf, you can offset the usual high price of purchasing an electric vehicle, reaping the rewards of the Nissan Leaf’s low running costs alongside affordable monthly leasing payments.

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Nissan Leaf Tekna

1 engine choice available

From £187.73 Per Month

Initial Rental: £2,252.76 inc VAT
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Nissan Leaf Acenta

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From £194.24 Per Month

Initial Rental: £2,330.88 inc VAT
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Nissan Leaf N-Connecta

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From £197.86 Per Month

Initial Rental: £2,374.32 inc VAT
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Nissan Leaf E+ N-Connecta

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From £268.23 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,218.76 inc VAT
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Nissan Leaf E+ Tekna

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From £270.20 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,242.40 inc VAT
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Leasing a Nissan Leaf

Background to the Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf first appeared in 2010 and is currently in its second-generation iteration. The Nissan Leaf has reliably served as Nissan’s premier electric car model, following their extensive research into electric car solutions. The Leaf has been recognised as the world’s top-selling plug-in electric car, a testament to its popularity as well as its design. The Leaf has maintained a stylish, sleek five-door hatchback body design with enough room to accommodate for professionals and small families and make it a sound choice for car leasing.

Nissan Leaf Engines and Performance

The standard Leaf model comes with a 110-kW motor and a 40kWh battery pack which provides the power, though some variations bump this battery pack up to 62kWh. That means the fuel type for all Nissan Leaf models is entirely electric. Nissan Leaf’s can be purchased with an additional 6.6kw charger onboard to reduce charging times down to four hours using a rapid charging point from the seven hours expected of the regular model. The Nissan Leaf also doesn’t have a traditional gearbox, instead opting for a single-speed transmission for a smooth driving experience. The Nissan Leaf is an incredibly affordable vehicle to drive.

Nissan Leaf Trim Levels

The Nissan Leaf has three trim options - Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna. The Acenta 40kWh 5dr auto, the base model, can include the additional 6.6kw charger and has many advanced features like Nissan Connect, making it an attractive option at an affordable price. The N-Connecta trim improves on the Acenta, adding an intelligent around-view monitor as well as moving object detection for smoother parking. The Connecta 40kWh also includes heated seats, a heated steering wheel and interior design improvements. Or, if you’re looking to go all-out, the Tekna in the Tec 62kWh trim offers enhanced engine power. The enhanced Tekna 62kWh 5dr auto offers plush leather seating and an incredible 0-62mph in 6.9 seconds, making it the best model for anyone in search of electric power.

Nissan Leaf Safety and Infotainment Features

Nissan Leaf lease deals provide access to Nissan Connect implementation including a touchscreen monitor and entertainment system. Nissan Connect also provides essential electric car additions, including charging station location and eco-routing. All Nissan Leaf hatchback models include Nissan Safety Shield, an advanced driver-assistance technology designed to keep both drivers and passengers safe, with features such as cruise control and braking assistance.

Nissan Leaf Servicing and Warranty

Nissan Leaf leasing is covered by Nissan Warranties, with the Nissan Leaf covered for 36 months with extension opportunities. The Nissan Service Plan has also been designed to ensure Nissan Leaf models have access to the right kind of maintenance at the correctly scheduled periods of a car’s lifespan.

Related Models from other Manufacturers

If you’re looking for other electric vehicle leasing offers, the Hyundai Ioniq lease provides greater engine power alongside a more professional-appearing exterior. There’s also the Renault ZOE lease which has its own rapid charge features. Or, if you’d prefer a family-sized electric SUV, the Kia e-Niro benefits from a seven-year warranty.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is it to lease a Nissan Leaf?

The cost of a Nissan Leaf car lease depends on which trim you want with the Nissan Acenta providing the cheapest option for those on a budget. Make sure to use Lease Fetcher to sort through all current BVRLA-approved leasing deals, and we’ll point you towards the best leasing deal provider for you.

Is it better to buy or lease a Nissan Leaf?

Electric vehicles typically cost a lot up-front if you’re looking to purchase. With contract hire for a personal lease or a business lease, you don’t need to worry about any large up-front costs, and you will only need to pay an agreed monthly payment based on the depreciation of the vehicle. You can find a clear and concise monthly cost for a Nissan Leaf through Lease Fetcher today. You need to be aware of excess mileage charges and road tax is included.

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