• Aug 28, 2010

Word is out and apparently, Nissan has delayed the Leaf ordering process by a couple of days. Instead of opening the floodgates on Friday, Nissan has reportedly decided that Tuesday, August 31st is the day that Leaf orders can begin to pour in. A few days of delay are just fine by us, as now we've got some time to scour over the Leaf's standard and optional equipment lists. Floor mats are nice, but here's the kicker:
Quick Charge Option: MSRP $700
Available with the SL trim, this charge port on the vehicle will allow for charging to 80% capacity in 30 minutes at 440V charging stations. (This feature cannot be added after sale)
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In addition to the list of all of the extra features that can be added to your Leaf, we've also laid eyes on the invoice prices. While all of this new info can be found after the jump, we'd like to point out that Rairdon's Nissan of Auburn, WA has committed to selling the Leaf at $100 below invoice! Ah, the ongoing price wars continue to make the process of buying the Leaf less painful on the ol' pocketbook. Hit the jump to view the Leaf's standard and optional equipment breakdown. Hat tip to EVNow!

[Source: My Nissan Leaf]
Nissan Leaf ordering guide with standard equipment lists, optional items and other extras

Nissan Leaf SV: MSRP $32,780 (mod : Invoice - $31,393)

Well-equipped high technology features with surprising customer convenience items, including:
• All-New Dedicated EV Platform
• Laminated 24 kWh Lithium Ion Battery
• 3.3 kW Onboard Charger
• Portable Trickle Charge Cable (120V)
• Standard Charge Port (240V)
• Navigation System
• Palm-Shift Drive Selector
• Regenerative Braking
• Recycled Cloth Seat Fabric
• 16" Alloy Wheels
• No Charge For 36 Months - CARWINGS (Telematics)
• No Charge For 36 Months - Roadside Assistance
• 5 Exterior Colors

Nissan Leaf SL: MSRP $33,720 (mod : Invoice - $32,293)

In addition to standard SV features, includes:
• Photovoltaic Solar Panel Spoiler
• RearView Monitor (RVM)
• Fog Lights
• Automatic On/Off Headlights
• Cargo Cover
• Homelink® Universal Transceiver

Quick Charge Option: MSRP $700
Available with the SL trim, this charge port on the vehicle will allow for charging to 80% capacity in 30 minutes at 440V charging stations. (This feature cannot be added after sale).

Destination & Handling: $820

Options, Accessories :

Floor Mats & Cargo Mat Area $170
B92 Splash Guards $140
M94 Recycling/Organizational Package $225
M92 Cargo Cover $290
M93 Cargo Net $20 Not available with M94 Recycling/Organizational Package
N92 Hologram Kick Plates $125 Not available with B93 Eco Design Package
B93 Eco Design Package $260 Not available with N92 Hologram Kick Plates
B94 Protection Package $225
S92 Safety Kit $75


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