The upcoming Nissan LEAF Plus has an impressive range of over 200 EPA-estimated miles!

 

A post shared by Nissan USA (@nissanusa) on

Colorado residents spend a lot of time in nature, so it's no surprise that environmental concerns are something they take into consideration when making purchases. The most extreme (and we mean that in a good way) go with the Nissan LEAF, which is the best-selling* electric vehicle you can buy. The newest generation has a range of up to 150 miles**, which is good for many drivers. If your regular mileage is a bit close for comfort, you'll be happy know that you can get the all new Nissan LEAF Plus in the coming months and have a lot of extra wiggle room for your commutes and impromptu travels.

What makes the Nissan LEAF Plus so special?

The Nissan LEAF Plus has a range of up to 226 miles**! This capability makes the Nissan LEAF Plus a real option for so many shoppers, including those who hadn't considered going with an electric vehicle before. You'll also get more horsepower (214 horses, to be exact) from the 62 KwH battery that's brand-new.

Affording an electric vehicle

Due to a certain brand, it's easy to think that owning an electric vehicle is only for the elites. For years, the Nissan LEAF has been proving the opposite, and the Nissan LEAF Plus will continue to do so. To make getting into this family of alternative vehicles even easier, you can take advantage of the Colorado state tax credit and federal state tax credit for EVs, which are $5,000 and up to $7,500, respectively. The paperwork is straightforward and easy, and we'll work with you to make sure you're eligible for these fantastic savings that you won't want to miss.

For more information on the upcoming Nissan LEAF Plus, visit our dealership. If you're feeling antsy, you can come in and test drive the Nissan LEAF, as the models will have very similar amenities and features.

 

**Based on cumulative sales from December 2010 through December 2017.

**Range is based on EPA estimates. For comparison purposes only.

Categories: Finance, News, New Inventory