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How much does it cost to charge the 2021 Nissan Leaf?

You Can Fully Charge Your 2021 Nissan Leaf for Less than $10

Here at Palm Springs Nissan in Cathedral City, CA, we get a lot of question about EVs. Many of them are about range and charging at home, both of which are important. However, one of our favorite question to answers is this:

“How much does it cost to charge a 2021 Nissan Leaf?” It varies, but it’s less than you pay for full tank of gas, by a lot.



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Cost to Fully Charge an EV

How much it costs to charge your 2021 Nissan Leaf depends on both of the size of the battery and the cost of electricity in the place you live. According to EPA cost averages, the 2021 Nissan Leaf S (which has a 40 kWh battery pack) costs around $0.99 per 25 miles you drive and the 2021 Nissan Leaf Plus SL (which has a 62 kWh battery pack) costs around $1.05 per 25 miles you drive. The 2021 Leaf S has a range of 149 miles and the 2021 Leaf Plus SL has a range of 215 miles. Assuming each model’s battery is completely empty, it will cost about $5.90 to charge the 2021 Leaf S and $9.03 to charge the 2021 Leaf Plus SL. How aggressively you drive and the cost of electricity near you may lower or increase these costs.


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Want to Buy a New Nissan EV?

If you’re thinking about buying a 2021 Nissan Leaf, 2021 Nissan Leaf Plus, or even the upcoming Nissan Ariya EV, then we have something you’ll be interested in. On our new car specials and new monthly specials pages, you can find leasing offers, financing specials, discounts, sales, and more, on new Nissan models, including the Nissan Leaf. Give a us a call if you have any questions. We’ll be happy to help!