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Discussion in 'Electric Vehicles' started by Reeler, Sep 16, 2016.
I wonder if it is the Bolt, 2017 Leaf or Model 3 pushing down pricing, but this is ridiculous!
if i lived in the state that might have made a good starter car for my teenager.
My kids refuse to drive electric. My wife has their back not mine.
until mine gets a job and moves out on there own they really dont have a choice in the matter.. its a 10 mile drive to anything of note around me...
I thought fed rebate was finished on those? I've had one and it's not a bad car for the price. When I got one there was a $5000 state rebate and I did a zero down 2 yr lease so it helped that the car was practically free with gas savings. (If not made money)
Nissan still has plenty of Federal rebate. It is US sales and not worldwide.
I loved my leaf. Might get a demo car or something if I can get it cheap enough for a work car
I bought my Leaf a year ago just before the '16 were announced with greater range, got it for a bargain. 0% down, 0% financing for 6 years. The tax rebates will be paying for the first 2 1/2 year payments, the last 3 1/2 year payments are approximately by prior gas bill. I consider it my "free car".
But, it is butt ugly and can only range 80 miles. It is a great third car and relegated to town driving and schlepping the dogs.
Perhaps that dealer is trying to move his current inventory before the new higher range Leaf model shows up, possibly soon. See Next Nissan Leaf confirmed for 60-kwh battery, 200 miles of range