The Nissan Leaf is the world's first mass-produced, 100-percent electric vehicle, and can travel about 84 miles on a single charge. It has received awards and accolades from the world’s automotive press, and is the world’s best-selling EV to date—Leaf sales have steadily increased every year.
Nissan saw a large increase in sales when a drastic 2013 price cut enabled customers who qualified for maximum state and federal incentives to buy a Leaf S for less than $20,000.
Savings continue with reduced energy consumption. A Leaf operates for the electric equivalent of 126 mpg in the city and 101 mpg on the highway.