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The Global EV Index from comparethemarket.com looked at the price of the Nissan Leaf and how much it cost yo buy in different countries around the globe.

The United States is the seventh cheapest place to purchase an EV. Meanwhile, Spain is the cheapest country, while Singapore is the most expensive.

Here are the results (Currency in USD):

10 cheapest countries to purchase an EV:
  1. Spain - $28,620
  2. Réunion - $28,730
  3. Portugal - $29,702
  4. Poland - $30,680
  5. Japan - $30,703
  6. Norway - $31,439
  7. United States - $31,600
  8. Canada - $31,893
  9. France - $32,487
  10. Republic of Ireland - $33,028
10 most expensive countries to purchase an EV:
  1. Singapore - $110,326
  2. Thailand - $64,675
  3. Argentina - $61,600
  4. Taiwan - $50,362
  5. Malaysia - $46,655
  6. Israel - $45,757
  7. Brazil - $45,630
  8. Costa Rica - $42,500
  9. Finland - $42,211
  10. Sweden - $41,288
 

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The Global EV Index from comparethemarket.com looked at the price of the Nissan Leaf and how much it cost yo buy in different countries around the globe.

The United States is the seventh cheapest place to purchase an EV. Meanwhile, Spain is the cheapest country, while Singapore is the most expensive.

Here are the results (Currency in USD):

10 cheapest countries to purchase an EV:
  1. Spain - $28,620
  2. Réunion - $28,730
  3. Portugal - $29,702
  4. Poland - $30,680
  5. Japan - $30,703
  6. Norway - $31,439
  7. United States - $31,600
  8. Canada - $31,893
  9. France - $32,487
  10. Republic of Ireland - $33,028
10 most expensive countries to purchase an EV:
  1. Singapore - $110,326
  2. Thailand - $64,675
  3. Argentina - $61,600
  4. Taiwan - $50,362
  5. Malaysia - $46,655
  6. Israel - $45,757
  7. Brazil - $45,630
  8. Costa Rica - $42,500
  9. Finland - $42,211
  10. Sweden - $41,288
After bonus my Mazda MX-30 has cost me a total of $31,943 (27,500 €) including winter tyres on rim, car mats, two charging cables and a 10 year "product warranty".
In my opinion Mazda is a bargain compared to a Nissan Leaf.
The comfort in Mazda is on a whole different level than in a Leaf.
 

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After government bonuses and discounts from the retailer, I ended up paying my First Edition around 23.900€, if I remember well, with some complementary accessories included.

The price also included some extra costs, like admin fees and the shipping cost from Japan (around 800€!).

It's still astonishing to get a full EV with this build quality and so many included optionals at this price. The main reason seems to be how cheap for Mazda is to install such small battery.
 

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After government bonuses and discounts from the retailer, I ended up paying my First Edition around 23.900€, if I remember well, with some complementary accessories included.

The price also included some extra costs, like admin fees and the shipping cost from Japan (around 800€!).

It's still astonishing to get a full EV with this build quality and so many included optionals at this price. The main reason seems to be how cheap for Mazda is to install such small battery.
That’s a good deal! Congratulations. 😊
Like I wrote in another post, I have some issues with noise from different locations. Unfortunately it decreases the joy of driving a lot. I hope they can fix it.
Other than that I am extremely satisfied!
 
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