Nissan Leaf Leasing

Nissan, the Japanese automaker, began developing the Leaf car model in 2007 and the first-generation cars began being sold in 2010. An all-electric vehicle, the Nissan Leaf rapidly gained popularity as an affordable and practical electric vehicle (EV) selling over 200,000 cars worldwide by mid-2015.

The second-generation car, which is the current model, was released in 2017 and features a more aerodynamic design, improved range and increased power. In 2018 the e+ was introduced which features a larger battery pack and extends the range of the car to around 226 miles between charges. The Nissan Leaf is available as a personal lease deal, for the ecologically conscious driver and a Nissan Leaf lease deal is ideal for a business lease for companies which want to improve their carbon footprint and need to get their external sales team mobile. The Nissan Leaf's contemporary hatchback design combines aerodynamic efficiency, practicality and unique electric vehicle styling cues. Its shape and style contribute to its efficiency, range and functionality as an electric vehicle.

The front end typically features a V-shaped grille, which is often closed or adorned with a Nissan logo since electric cars don't require extensive cooling as an internal combustion engine does. The hatchback design allows for a versatile and practical cargo area, making it easy to load and unload items, and with its compact size, manoeuvrability and zero-emissions the Nissan Leaf is ideal for city dwellers and commuters. Choosing to lease a Nissan Leaf aligns with a commitment to sustainability and a greener lifestyle and also comes with significant cost savings as electric vehicles generally have lower operating costs as well as enabling drivers to benefit from various incentives and savings on road tax and emissions charges.


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Nissan Leaf
 Stock  2022 Model Year
G2L 99 Score
Leaf 5 Door Hatch N-Connecta 110kW 39kWh

from £207.74 inc VAT p/m

 Electric  Automatic  5 Doors  0 g/km  £30,440

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Nissan Leaf
 Stock  2022 Model Year
G2L 95 Score
Leaf 5 Door Hatch Acenta 110kW 39kWh

from £221.33 inc VAT p/m

 Electric  Automatic  5 Doors  0 g/km  £28,940

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Nissan Leaf
 Stock  2022 Model Year
G2L 96 Score
Leaf 5 Door Hatch Tekna 110kW 39kWh

from £233.99 inc VAT p/m

 Electric  Automatic  5 Doors  0 g/km  £31,940

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Nissan Leaf
2022 Model Year
G2L 83 Score
Leaf 5 Door Hatch Acenta 110kW 39kWh Tech Pack

from £257.96 inc VAT p/m

 Electric  Automatic  5 Doors  0 g/km  £29,390

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Nissan Leaf
2022 Model Year
G2L 85 Score
Leaf 5 Door Hatch N-Connecta 110kW 39kWh ProPILOT

from £261.49 inc VAT p/m

 Electric  Automatic  5 Doors  0 g/km  £30,890

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Nissan Leaf
2022 Model Year
G2L 53 Score
Leaf 5 Door Hatch Shiro 110kW 39kWh

from £409.52 inc VAT p/m

 Electric  Automatic  5 Doors  0 g/km  £28,440

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Why you should lease a Nissan Leaf

There are a range of drivers who will be suited to a lease deal on the Nissan Leaf and these include:

  • City dwellers – the compact size and manoeuvrability makes for easy navigation through busy and congested city streets and parking in tight spaces. The zero-emission electric drivetrain makes it ideal for cities with congestion or clean-air zones.

  • Eco-conscious drivers – the Nissan Leaf's electric drivetrain means that the car produces zero tailpipe emissions and helps to reduce air pollution and carbon footprint.

  • Commuters – the driving range of the Nissan Leaf is sufficient for daily commuting needs without the need for frequent recharging, and with more charging infrastructure being installed increasingly, as well as home charging stations, the car is becoming more and more appealing to commuters.

  • Cost-conscious vehicle owners – electric vehicles have fewer moving parts than those with combustion engines, so they generally require less maintenance over time. Home charging stations allow electric vehicles to be charged more economically overnight and also allow for savings to be made in road tax and clean air charges – all adding up to a lease deal on a Nissan Leaf meaning long-term savings.

  • Early adopters of EV technology – a lease of a Nissan Leaf appeals to individuals who are interested in embracing new and innovative technology and means that those who embrace EV technology are contributing to the growth of sustainable transportation.


The boot capacity, depending on model year and trim level, offers a versatile and practical luggage space with 650 – 850 litres with the rear seats in an upright position and further increasing the available capacity with the seats folded down. There are several comparable makes and models of cars to the Nissan Leaf, including the Volkswagen ID.3, Kia Niro EV, Hyundai Kona Electric, Kia Soul EV and MINI Electric - each offering its own unique features, specifications and driving ranges. You should try to view and test drive several different ones to make sure you find the right car for you in terms of budget and requirements.

Still have questions about Nissan Leaf leasing deals?

A lease of the Nissan Leaf could be a good family car, depending on your specific needs and requirements. As a compact hatchback, it has more limited space compared to larger vehicles such as a saloon or SUV, which might be slightly too snug for taller adults or families with older children, although, for smaller families or those primarily needing the car for commuting and city driving, the Leaf's compact size isn't a significant limitation. It has a good-sized luggage space for everyday family needs, and the impressive range of safety features will help to ensure the protection of you and your young family from accidents. A lease deal on the Nissan Leaf can be a great family car depending on your specific requirements, the size of your family and your typical driving patterns.

The Nissan Leaf typically includes a range of safety features that are aimed at providing a secure driving experience, and although they may vary slightly depending on model year and trim level, some of the common safety features of the Leaf include:

  Advanced airbag system
  Vehicle dynamic control
  Anti-lock braking system
  Traction control system
  Brake assist
  Tyre pressure monitoring system
  Rearview camera
  ProPilot assist (available in some models)

As the Nissan Leaf is an electric car, which has fewer moving parts, it is generally cheaper to maintain in the long run. The costs of running the Leaf will depend on the cost of electricity, although as a general rule, the cost of home charging stations is lower than public charging. Tax incentives and being exempt from emissions and clean-air charging provide additional, ongoing savings depending on your driving habits. It is important to factor all costs into your budget before agreeing to a lease deal on the Nissan Leaf.

As with the safety features, the key features of the Nissan Leaf will depend on the model year and trim level, but some of the common key features of the car include:

  Electric powertrain – an electric motor for a smooth and quiet driving experience and zero emissions.

  Range and charging options – newer models have longer ranges and the car can be charged through various methods.

  Regenerative braking – converts some of the energy from braking back into electricity to recharge the battery and extend the driving range.

  Infotainment and connectivity – a touchscreen infotainment system, smartphone integration, Bluetooth and voice recognition.

  ProPilot assist – adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist – providing enhanced safety for motorway driving.

  Intelligent around-view monitor – multiple cameras provide a virtual 360-degree view to help with parking and manoeuvring.

  Comfort and convenience features – automatic climate control, heated seats and steering wheel, keyless entry and ignition and more.

  Safety features – airbags, stability and traction control, antilock brakes and available driver-assistance systems.

  Eco-driving features – energy-saving driving mode, eco-routing for navigation and displays that provide real-time energy consumption to promote eco-conscious driving habits.

There are a variety of different characteristics between the Leaf and Qashqai, not the least of these being that the Leaf is an all-electric compact hatchback while the Qashqai is either hybrid or contains a diesel or petrol combustion engine in an SUV design. The Leaf's driving range will depend on the model year and battery capacity whereas the Qashqai's range is determined by its fuel tank capacity and engine efficiency. Both vehicles contain Nissan's latest technology, but the Leaf is primarily designed as a commuter car and city runabout with efficient and eco-friendly transportation for daily life, whereas the Qashqai provides a more spacious and versatile interior for families or individuals who require more luggage space and a car that can handle varied road conditions.

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