New 2018 Nissan Leaf: Portugal prices revealed

New 2018 Nissan Leaf in white

Until now, in Portugal you could only order the LEAF 2.ZERO Launch Edition for 35.500 € (before incentives and discounts). Now that the new Nissan Leaf is rolling off the line at Nissan’s plant in Sunderland, UK, it’s possible to order any trim level.


Before going to the prices of the new Nissan Leaf, let’s revisit the prices of the outgoing model – when it was being heavily discounted by Nissan in Portugal.


Nissan Leaf’s price in Portugal



Now let’s see the prices for the new model.


Prices of the new 2018 Nissan Leaf in Portugal


It’s obvious that Nissan is favoring the most popular trim-level in Portugal (Acenta), which gets a 2.850 € launch discount, while the entry-level Visia only gets 850 €.

Nevertheless, the configurator is a bit messy and give us different values when we starting using it. Furthermore the prices listed below and disclosed in the press release are different than the ones we get with the configurator.


New 2018 Nissan Leaf in Portugal

  • Leaf Visia: 31.800 €
  • Leaf Acenta: ???
  • Leaf N-Connecta: 33.250 €
  • Leaf Tekna: 35.250 €


As a side note, in Portugal only the first 1.000 EVs sold each year get government subsidies and Nissan Leaf buyers are eligible to receive a 2.250 € subsidy from the State. Considering that the Nissan Leaf is so popular in Portugal, especially with Uber drivers, I won’t be surprised if the subsidies end in 2018 during the first quarter. In 2017 the subsidies were available for the first eight months.


Now we can compare to the prices in other countries where they’re already known.


New 2018 Nissan Leaf in France

  • Leaf Visia: 33.900 €
  • Leaf Acenta: 35.300 €
  • Leaf N-Connecta: 37.100 €
  • Leaf Tekna: 38.900 €


New 2018 Nissan Leaf in Norway

  • Leaf Visia: 245.900 NOK (24.862 €)
  • Leaf Acenta: 265.900 NOK (26.883 €)
  • Leaf N-Connecta: 278.900 NOK (28.198 €)
  • Leaf Tekna: 293.900 NOK (29.715 €)


Paradoxically, in France where the government incentives to buy an electric car can add up to 10.000 €, is where the Nissan Leaf is more expensive. Nissan – and every other legacy automaker – adjusts the prices of its electric cars in every country to prevent that – even after generous incentives – they become affordable and a popular alternative to its ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) counterparts. In these cases taxpayer’s money doesn’t help to reduce prices, it just goes directly to the automaker’s pockets…


Anyway, the new 2018 Nissan Leaf is a very well equipped electric car, even in the entry-level Visia trim and I already shared my opinion about that when the prices where released in France.

Finally, considering that in Portugal incentives and discounts combined on the Leaf usually vary from 5.000 to 6.000 euros, it won’t take much longer until the new Nissan Leaf can be bought for less than 30.000 €, which will make the Renault Zoe look very overpriced and begging for a nice price cut.



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Pedro Lima

My interest in electric transportation is mostly political. I’m tired of coups and wars for oil. My expectation is that the adoption of electric transportation will be a factor for peace and democracy all over the world.

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4 years ago

is this really correct? the tekna with more features costs less than the edition? i would be quite pissed if i had pre-ordered for that price..

4 years ago

There is little difference between Visia and N-Connecta. In Spain prices have been revealed too, the gap is a bit wider to allocate the Acenta in-between.
If the Spanish article is correct, the Visia is really well equipped for a base trim.

4 years ago

Prices in Czech Republic:
Visia: 850 000 Kč (~33 112 €)
Acenta: 891 000 Kč (~34 709 €)
N-Connecta: 945 000 Kč (~36 813 €)
Tekna: 988 000 Kč (~38 488 €)
2.ZERO: 990 000 Kč (~38 566 €)

4 years ago

I will wait for the 60 kWh liquid cooled battery version 🙂

4 years ago

interesting, what are the differences in the other markets for the edition in regards to tekna if they (nearly) cost the same? in Germany/Austria the following is NOT included in the edition and only in tekna: LED lights, electric parking brake, ProPilot Park, leather seats, bose sound

4 years ago
Reply to  Pedro Lima

hm ok thank you! i really miss the LED lights in the 2.ZERO edition and i’m wondering how the price can be the same then. (still waiting for the German price, which will be quite different i guess)

4 years ago

O tem o estacionamento automático, equipamento opcional no techna.

Rui Tremoceiro
4 years ago

Viva Pedro.
Este novo modelo aceita carga AC trifásica?
Tenho duas opções de local para instalar wallbox tipo 3 para carregar:
– um local com 10,35 kVA contratados: trifásico (15 A por fase);
– outro local com 6,9 kVA contratados: monofásico (30 A numa fase);
Onde consigo fazer uma carga mais rápida?

Os melhores cumprimentos,

Rui Tremoceiro
4 years ago

Viva, Pedro.
Obrigado pela resposta.
Muitos parabéns pelo site, estou realmente impressionado. Go on!

E o Hyundai Ionic é igual, também só carrega em Monofásico?

Aparentemente só o Zoe 40 kWh carrega em trifásico, entre as escolhas mais populares disponíveis no mercado português. Aceito sugestões.

Mais uma vez, obrigado desde já pela resposta.

Cumprimentos do Alentejo.

Rui Tremoceiro
4 years ago

Belíssima dica. Boa análise.
Entretanto… fui fazer test-drive do Hyundai. É muito muito bom. Tenho maior simpatia por LG Chem. Que diz da entrada (anunciada) em peso da Toyota nos 100% elétricos com a Panasonic prismática?

Rui Tremoceiro
4 years ago

Tenho que concordar. Muito bem. Boa análise, direta e frontal. Sem medo de chocar.
Mais uma vez os meus parabéns pela qualidade global do seu projeto online.
Até à próxima. Ganhou um seguidor.
Cumprimentos RT