Nissan Leaf, Quick Acceleration, Lively Engine, Spacious Interior!

Nissan Leaf is an excellent option for those who are willing to move to an electric car. It’s a powerful car with plenty of space for 5 passengers. Still, it’s one of the most affordable options in its class. It’s particularly designed for budget-minded buyers who want a comfortable ride for their family while contributing to the environment at the same time. If you have a Nissan Leaf, we’ll buy it for cash today and pay top dollar.

Sell your Nissan Leaf for Cash in the USA

If you’re willing to sell your Nissan Leaf at an attractive price, we’d be more than happy to buy it from you. We’ve purchased a number of Nissan Leaf units over the year because it offers the remarkable features of a green car at quite affordable rates. So, feel free to give us a call or fill out our online form to get the best quote for your Nissan Leaf today.

How Much Will You Pay for My Nissan Leaf?

There are several factors that affect how much we’ll pay for your Nissan Leaf. Some factors include:

  • Age
  • Location
  • Mileage
  • Condition
  • Title type
  • Trim level
  • etc

Feel free to fill out our online form or give us a call to get a quote on your Nissan Leaf today!
Please see the recent Nissan Leaf we’ve purchased below.

Nissan Leaf Brief History

Nissan Leaf brief history

Nissan Leaf was launched as a 5-door battery-electric hatchback in 2010. It was the world’s first mass-production electric vehicle. Since its launch, more than 165,000 units have been sold within the United States. The company has sold more than 577,000 units in the international markets so far.

It’s one of the leading electric vehicles that laid the foundation for modern-day electric vehicles. Nissan Leaf maintained its reputation as the best-selling electric car for almost a decade. However, the Tesla Model 3 surpassed it in 2020 and became the best-selling car in the electric automotive industry.

Awards & Recognition

Nissan Leaf has won several awards for its remarkable performance.

  • Green Car Vision Award in 2010
  • Lowest 5-Year Cost to Own Award
  • Best Used Family Electric Car by Carbuyer
  • Best Hatchback to Buy Award in 2021

Nissan Leaf Sales Figures

Here’s a year-by-year overview of Nissan Leaf sales conducted within the United States:

Year Nissan Leaf Units Sold
2010 19
2011 9,674
2012 10,297
2013 22,610
2014 30,200
2015 18,442
2016 14,006
2017 11,230
2018 14,715
2019 12,365
2020 9,559
2021 14,237

Nissan Leaf sales were affected after the launch of the Tesla Model 3 in 2020 but it again gained momentum in 2021. The company is now working on introducing a new model to compete with the new entrants.

What’s the Cost of New and Used Nissan Leaf in the USA?

A new Nissan Leaf may cost around $27,400-$38,900 depending on the trim level you’re choosing. A used Nissan Leaf may cost around $11,500-$29,800 depending on the model year, the vehicle’s overall condition, and other factors.

Recent Nissan Leaf Purchases

Year Make Model Trim Mileage Start & Drive? Any Damage or Issues? City State Purchase Price Purchase Date
2012 Nissan Leaf SV 65,000 No, it doesn't start Mechanical Problems Bryan OH $748 1/8/2024
2011 Nissan Leaf SV 68,000 Yes, it starts and drives Rear End Damage San Jose CA $1,495 1/7/2024
2012 Nissan Leaf SL 90,000 No, it doesn't start Mechanical Problems Martinez CA $742 1/4/2024
2013 Nissan Leaf S 130,000 Yes, it starts and drives Minor Scratches or Dents Cave Creek AZ $1,495 12/28/2023
2017 Nissan Leaf S 45,000 No, it doesn't start Mechanical Problems Oklahoma City OK $2,300 12/21/2023
2015 Nissan Leaf S 104,000 Yes, it starts and drives Front End Damage Damage Issaquah WA $1,149 12/4/2023
2013 Nissan Leaf SL 70,000 No, it doesn't start Front End Damage Seattle WA $518 11/30/2023
2014 Nissan Leaf S 51,000 No, it starts but doesn't drive Front End Damage Damage North Bend WA $1,086 11/22/2023
2011 Nissan Leaf SL 27,000 No, it doesn't start Mechanical Problems Rancho Cucamonga CA $453 11/21/2023