The most expensive car in Australia is now the cheapest electric car, with the new Nissan Leaf reaching $26,000 (AU$38,600).
The car is one of the more expensive electric cars on the market with the highest price tag in Australia, but its price has gone down since the price cut last year, according to the Australian Automobile Association.
It is the first electric car in the world to be sold in Australia.
The car costs $26.9K to $30K, which is roughly half the price of a similarly priced Tesla Model S.
The Leaf is also a high-end car, but unlike Tesla, it has a price tag of $42,500, or $2.3M.
The Nissan Leaf has a range of 265km (155 miles) and can be driven in standard mode or EV mode.
The price of the Nissan Leaf is down about $1,000 compared to last year when it was priced at $34,000.
The Leaf is now cheaper than the average petrol or diesel vehicle in Australia at $32,000 a year.
It’s a similar story with the Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid, which sells for $42K.
The Australian National University’s University of Technology, Sydney, has released its annual list of the world’s most expensive electric vehicles, with two of the vehicles coming in at number one and two.
The Toyota Priuses top spot is the only one for which they have released the figures.
This year’s list is based on an analysis of prices and costs of more than 20,000 vehicles worldwide.
The figures, published on Thursday by the International Council on Clean Transportation, show that the new Toyota Priu was the most valuable vehicle in the US in 2019.
The average price of an EV in the United States was $37,400.
The Prius is also the cheapest EV in Australia ($38,200), with the cheapest selling price in the country at $26k.
The top two most expensive vehicles on the list are the Nissan LEAF ($42,000) and the Nissan Titan ($34,800).
The top four most expensive EVs in Australia are the Toyota RAV4 ($33,400), Tesla Model X ($27,900) and Volkswagen e-Golf ($27.6k).
Topics:electronics-and-electronics,cars,cars-and -toddlers,australiaFirst posted February 09, 2020 10:34:42Contact Gina CunliffeMore stories from Australia