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Nissan have launched a very enticing new promotion which should grab the attention of anyone that’s interested in getting good old fashioned value for money.

Nissan have launched a very enticing new promotion which should grab the attention of anyone that’s interested in getting good old fashioned value for money.

For a limited period Nissan are offering an extra €5,000 Spring Bonus off the all-electric, no oil, no emissions, no exhaust, Nissan LEAF. This means people can drive away in a brand new 100% electric Nissan LEAF for €25,595.

This latest offer adds a further dimension to the value for money the Nissan LEAF represents. Average running costs for the car are coming in at 1 cent per kilometre which is truly remarkable when compared with 10 cent per kilometre for an average diesel car and 8 cent per kilometre for an average petrol car.

At these rates anyone covering 20,000 kilometres in a year can expect to save up to €1,800 in the annual running costs for their car.

And the savings don’t just stop there. As the LEAF has no C02 emissions, annual road tax is at the lowest level of €160 and with few serviceable items on the car, owners can expect to save up to 50% on annual servicing and maintenance costs.

In short, the LEAF represents excellent value for money on all fronts.

Note - running costs savings quoted are based on 20,000km annual mileage; electric vehicle running costs are calculated using night saver electricity rates; diesel car running costs are based on a 1.5 litre diesel car returning a combined fuel consumption of 5.2 litres per 100km and diesel fuel costs of 158.9 per litre average price; petrol car running costs are based on a 1.6 litre petrol car returning a combined fuel consumption of 5.9 litres per 100km and petrol fuel costs of 166.9 per litre average price.