There's never been a better time to go electric

ZERO GAS, ZERO EMISSIONS INSTANT ACCELERATION. INSTANT FUN. ELECTRIC ONLY BENEFITS
Nissan LEAF burns absolutely zero gas so it produces absolutely zero tailpipe emissions and no engine noiseNissan LEAF unleashes the full power of its 100% electric drivetrain every time you hit the accelerator.Going electric comes with some surprisingly pleasant cost-of-ownership benefits like low maintenance costs.

Owning a Nissan LEAF keeps getting better with numerous benefits to going electric beyond lower cost of ownership. You'll never have to stop for gas again, so forget the pump and stop worrying about the price of gas. You may also qualify for potential Federal, state, and city tax incentives like the New Qualified Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Credit of up to $7,500 just for driving fully electric.

UP TO $20,000 IN SAVINGS WITH PURCHASE OF NISSAN LEAF

Or get 0% for up to 72 months

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2021 NISSAN LEAF SV

24-MONTH LEASES STARTING AT $79 PER MONTH

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NISSAN LEAF SV WITH TECH PACKAGE

24-MONTH LEASES STARTING AT $115 PER MONTH

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NISSAN LEAF S PLUS

24-MONTH LEASES STARTING AT $99 PER MONTH

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NISSAN LEAF SV PLUS

24-MONTH LEASES STARTING AT $169 PER MONTH

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Buy or lease the Nissan Leaf EV you love and get money back! There are federal, state and local incentives to bring down the cost of buying or leasing an electric car.

CALIFORNIA CLEAN FUEL REWARD

SAVE UP TO $1,500 ON NISSAN LEAF

The California Clean Fuel Reward is available to anyone who buys or leases a new electric vehicle with a battery capacity greater than 5 kWh. The customer must register the vehicle in California and the customer must reside in California.

This instant electric vehicle reward is offered on a sliding scale, depending on battery size, up to $1,500.


Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP)

$2,000

The Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) promotes clean vehicle adoption by offering rebates of up to $7,000 for the purchase or lease of new, eligible zero-emission vehicles, including electric, plug-in hybrid electric and fuel cell vehicles. As long as funds are available, eligible California residents can follow a simple process to apply for a CVRP rebate after purchasing or leasing an eligible vehicle.

Clean Vehicle Assistance Program (CVAP)

Up to $5,000

As a Participating Dealership of Clean Vehicle Assistance Program (CVAP) the Clean Vehicle Assistance Program provides grants and affordable financing to help income-qualified Californians purchase or lease a new or used hybrid or electric vehicle. Our goal is to make clean vehicles accessible and affordable to all who qualify.

Clean Cars For All (CCFA)

Up to $9,500

Boardwalk Nissan is a participating dealership of Clean Vehicle Assistance Program (CVAP).

Your household income and the vehicle you choose will determine the amount of money you can receive from this program.

The average clean vehicle costs $22,000, and the average Clean Cars for All incentive is $7,500. The average loan financing for purchasing a replacement vehicle is $14,500. Additionally, up to $2,000 of funding is available for a Level 2 charger equipment and installation if you purchase a Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) or Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV). Find out more by downloading the Home Charging Manual.

Peninsula Clean Energy

$1,000 Rebate

If you live in San Mateo County and purchase your first EV, Peninsula Clean Energy will offer you a $1,000 rebate for new all-battery electric vehicles.

This rebate is only available for eligible EVs purchased from October 1st through December 31st.

Make the switch to an EV now before the rebates are gone!

Why make the switch? Electric vehicles cost significantly less to run, have lower maintenance costs, and emit 25 times less emissions than gasoline-powered cars. New electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles have significantly increased driving ranges. The average commute in San Mateo County is about 44 miles round trip, easily in the range of a fully electric cars.

For more information, full program eligibility, and steps to apply, visit PenCleanEnergy.com/NewEV.