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Nissan Leaf video review: a revolutionary, but enjoyable, electric car

December 9, 2010 | 10:02 am


The Nissan Leaf is an enjoyable compact that just happens to avoid using gasoline, David Undercoffler writes. The first mass-market electric car will go on sale this winter. It may be revolutionary, but it handles like most other front-wheel-drive cars in its class. And with rebates, it isn't too pricey. Though the starting price is $32,780 before tax credits, it will sell in California for as little as about $20,000 with federal and state rebates, David Undercoffler writes today.


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--Pat Benson