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Nissan Leaf joins Motability Scheme

The new Nissan Leaf has joined the Motability Scheme, allowing the scheme’s 620,000 current users the opportunity to use a fully electric vehicle for the first time.

The Leaf’s availability for the scheme will be subject to customer suitability checks for charging and usage requirements.

The Leaf is available from £999 Advance Payment (AP). For £1,299 AP customers can upgrade to the Acenta model featuring Nissan’s CARWINGS telematics system as well as auto lights and wipers, cruise control and a colour reversing camera. At the top of the range, Tekna grade adds BOSE audio, 360° Around View Monitor and leather heated seats and is available for £1,999 AP.

The Motability Scheme is directed and overseen by Motability, a national charity, and enables those people receiving the Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance or War Pensioner’s Mobility Supplement to lease a vehicle through the scheme.

As a Motability Premier Partner, each of Nissan’s 200 dealerships has a minimum of two trained Motability sales and aftersales specialists.



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