Nissan to Not Change LEAF too Drastically for 2014 Model Year

September 5th, 2013 by

The present, 2013 Nissan LEAF is a world-wide favorite. In fact, for several months in a row it has been considered the best-selling pure electric vehicle, on earth. So, for the 2014 model year, Nissan designed to implement a design tactic based on the well-known saying “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it” for its innovative LEAF.Personally, we at Ron Sayer Nissan think this is a great strategy for the LEAF. After all, year-over-year sales increases for the all-electric auto have been up as much as 300 percent, for some months in 2013. Obviously, the drastic overhaul Nissan gave the LEAF for the 2013 model year has paid off – as has its decision to lower its starting price point as to make it more accessible for drivers to obtain either via purchase or Nissan lease. However, there will be minor improvements for the 2014 Nissan LEAF that we’re pretty excited for such as the fact that the RearView Monitor that was once optional will now become standard on all trim grades. Additionally, there will be updated EV-IT functionality with voice destination entry and SMS readout.The 2014 Nissan LEAF will be offered in three distinct trim grades including S, SV and SL models and will be available as of October 2013. If you’d like more information about the most popular EV in the world, the Nissan LEAF, feel free to contact us at 1175 N. Woodruff Ave, in Idaho Falls, ID, anytime.Not ready to commit to an EV?That’s OK, here at Ron Sayer Nissan we also offer many conventional, gas-powered new Nissan models, as well. To see for yourself, please stop by, anytime.
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