Earlier in the year, Nissan announced a price cut for buyers interested in the Leaf which created a substantial boost in demand for this vehicle, and the demand is calling for bigger production numbers. Nissan executive Jose Munoz said he expects to see an increased number of Leafs available to dealerships starting as early as next month.
The Leaf is currently the least expensive five-seat plug-in vehicle in the country, starting at $28,800 and since January sales have more than doubled. In October alone, Nissan saw a 27 percent rise from sales in 2012 and in 2012 Nissan sold 9,819 Leafs in the US.
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