Nissan has announced the pricing for a pair of its 2019 models including the 2019 Leaf and Rogue SUV. The 2019 Leaf is on sale at all Leaf certified dealers across the country right now. It’s starting MSRP is $29,990 for the Leaf S.
The Leaf SV starts at $32,490 and the Leaf SL is $36,200 for starters. All versions have an additional $895 for destination and handling. 2019 Leaf models have a driving range of 150-miles and include ProPILOT assist and e-Pedal as standard. Later in the production run for 2019, the Leaf will get rear door alert and a longer driving range version is coming.
Nissan has also priced the 2019 Rogue starting at $24,800 for the Rogue S front-wheel drive model. Nissan also notes that the 2019 Rogue is the first Nissan model to offer Nissan Safety Shield 360, which is standard on SV and SL models. There are several other new features for the 2019 Rogue.
A Special Edition Package is offered on the S grade adding 17-inch wheels, heated mirrors, leather wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, heated driver and passenger seats, and chrome trim. SV buyers can opt for a Premium package adding 18-inch wheels, ProPILOT Assist and electronic parking brake.
Lane departure warning is standard along with intelligent lane intervention, automatic emergency braking, and high beam assist on all models. SV and SL both get standard rear automatic braking and rear sonar system along with rear door alert on all models. Rogue S FWD starts at $24,800, SV FWD starts at $26,220, and SL FWD starts at $31,390. AWD starting prices are $26,150 for S, $27,570 for SV, and $32,740 for SL. Hybrid versions will be offered in some regions starting at $27,600 for SV FWD.