Nissan to Accept American Orders for Leaf Battery Car Starting August
As has been confirmed by official announcements, Nissan Motor Co., which is now looking to be the world's largest seller of electric cars, will be taking "firm" orders in America for the battery-powered Leaf starting August this year, post pricing of the car and acceptance of some reservations in April.
Nissan, Japan third-largest manufacturer of cars, will start with letting customers reserve delivery of the rechargeable hatchback with a deposit of $100 in April, and formal order process is all set to begin in August, with the first batch of cars rolling out for delivery in December. All the details have been confirmed by the company.
Although the coast of car has not been confirmed yet, Nissan is looking to price it in the range of $26,000 to $33,000.
Those looking to get their hands on the vehicle can register at the Nissan website, and as has been shared by the company, nearly 50,000 people have already signed up.
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