In Germany the official price of the Leaf 30 kWh Acenta is 33.960 €, but some dealers already sell it for 30.790 €. This is a 3.170 € discount.
I like to analyze the German market because since there aren’t any government incentives, price drops arrive there first. Unfortunately, in countries where government incentives exist, automakers make the prices artificially high so they can justify their existence.
Nissan’s CEO, Carlos Ghosn justified the drop of sales in 2015 of the Leaf, because people were expecting the new 30 kWh battery. What to say now that a 60 kWh battery is arriving in the Chevrolet Bolt at the end of this year?
When the 2015 Nissan Leaf is out of stock, the 2016 Nissan Leaf will get a big official price cut.
This is what we get at cars.com: