The all-electric Nissan LEAF will go on sale in Norway this fall, making Norway the ninth market in Europe to launch the zero-emission electric car.
At 255,000 NOK (€33,000 or $47,166 at the current exchange rate), the European and World Car of the Year will cost about the same as a regular compact family hatchback, but with considerably lower running costs.
Running costs for the Nissan LEAF in Norway are estimated at less than 12 NOK per 100 km (€1.55 or $2.22 per 62 miles). The price includes the battery (which carries a five-year/100,000 km warranty), a five-year subscription to the unique telematic service, and EV specific roadside assistance.
Nissan LEAF is exempt from non-recurring vehicle tax and VAT in Norway. The car is also exempt from public parking fees and toll payments.
Customers interested in reserving a LEAF can visit Nissan’s website, where they can find more details about the electric car.