Expect to Pay More for Nissan Leaf in Canada

Jeremy Cato reports the base sticker price for the LEAF electric car will be $5,615 more than US pricing.

Published: 31-Mar-2011

In Canada, Ontario residents will have an $8,500 EV subsidy available to chop the final figure down to below $30,000. The government in Quebec is offering an $8,000 EV subsidy.

No matter how you slice it, the LEAF is more expensive in Canada. That is glaringly obvious, given our dollar has been at par or better versus the U.S. greenback for some time now.

Nissan Canada’s top planner, Ian Forsyth, says the LEAF will sell on its merits and despite the pricing differential between Canada and the U.S., the car here in Canada will deliver good value. In fact, Nissan is arguing the LEAF should be less expensive to drive than a gasoline car.


Nissan LEAF can be charged at 110, 220 and 380V.

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Nissan will build 50,000 LEAF electric cars the first full year of production.

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Nissan LEAF goes on sale in five states starting in December 2010.

Benefits of early ownership include Tax credits, rebate checks, personalized home visits, and government giveaways.


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