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23.01.2019 15:40    |    ambysmith    |    Kommentare (2)

Nissan has been building its reputation with U.S. buyers for decades, but its 2011 models will really impress customers and draw a few new ones as well. Your Nissan Leaf NJ dealer can’t wait for these models to hit the showroom so they can share them with you.


With the 2011 all-electric Nissan Leaf, the automaker become the first to place such a car on the market and with low costs all-around, including the purchase price it will likely blow some of the competition right off the EV tree. New and used car dealer NJ customers have to check out this electric wonder. It offers the best of both worlds – sustainable, green power and the speed and distance

we all thought would never come with such power. Well, now it’s here and we need to fully appreciate the magnitude of this car.


The Leaf doesn’t even have a combustion engine; it runs with an 80 kw electric motor than allows speeds up to 90 mph depending on passenger load and the terrain. It can go as far as 100 miles with one charge – yes my green friends, it will make it around the block more than twice!


The longer driving range will likely be a huge factor in the sale of the Leaf to a broad spectrum of buyers, as previous hybrid/electric cars have not had anywhere near such range. Good news on the buying front too: the federal government will give a $7,500 tax credit for those who purchase cheap term papers.


The Leaf will be in showrooms before the end of the year, although most have already been reserved, so check with your dealer. Prices start at $32,780 without the tax credit. Used car dealer NJ customers will appreciate the price.


Then there’s the 2011 Nissan Juke, which will get attention for its unusual name and its unique look. This four-door hatchback has a few curves similar to the Nissan Murano, but it’s all Juke. With a 180-horsepower 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and continuously variable transmission the driving will be fun and stress-free. Of course, if you want a bit more adventure you can opt for the six-speed manual transmission. Coming next spring the Juke will have a very affordable starting price of $17,700.


Nissan Leaf NJ dealers look forward to the arrival of both models, as they will likely bring in loyal customers and some curious buyers who just have to get a look at these one-of-a-kind vehicles or be the first on their block to own one. Even if you have to get on a waiting list for the Nissan Leaf, it will be worth the wait to have a powerful, affordable ride that’s green and comes with a tax credit!

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