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A leader in this decade’s electric vehicle push, the Nissan Leaf has been left behind by newer models with bigger batteries and more exciting designs. A new version should help keep Nissan in the game, but a low price may help, too.

Already caught in production form ahead of a September unveiling, the new Leaf’s pricing has also reportedly been leaked, as Autoblog has obtained some pricing and specification information for Nissan’s new EV.

According to information now removed from the Autobytel website, the 2018 Leaf is expected to start from $29,995 for a base model S, rising to $36,200 for a top-level Leaf SL. That means the Leaf should start at $5,000…

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