techiefan
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Re: Leaf Price / Discount discussion thread

Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:14 am

MickM wrote:$7612 is a great discount off MSRP. My discount was $7199 of an MSRP that was $2k higher. You definitely got the better deal! I'm assuming here you didn't qualify for any of the military or student programs or the Nissan loyalty program (I didn't).

Also, it always amazes me that the doc fee in CA is $80 when it's typically $400 in MA.

Both are great deals, only thing that got me close to that was no taxes.

wekebu
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Re: Leaf Price / Discount discussion thread

Mon Jun 11, 2018 6:12 am

Is the Leaf anywhere close to meeting the 200k limit for the $7,500 federal rebate? If so, how do I ensure that we get the rebate because we purchased before the limit was hit? In case I'm not clear, we purchased in May 2018. Say the limit is hit in Oct. The tax form does have purchase date, will that help to verify that we qualify?

Oils4AsphaultOnly
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Re: Leaf Price / Discount discussion thread

Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:05 am

wekebu wrote:Is the Leaf anywhere close to meeting the 200k limit for the $7,500 federal rebate? If so, how do I ensure that we get the rebate because we purchased before the limit was hit? In case I'm not clear, we purchased in May 2018. Say the limit is hit in Oct. The tax form does have purchase date, will that help to verify that we qualify?


That just means you'll qualify no matter what. There's an infographic about how the tax credit sunsetting works for Tesla, which applies to Nissan as well: https://insideevs.com/us-federal-7500-e ... estimates/

TL;DR: If Nissan sells it's 200,000th EV in Oct 2018, then all EV sales in that "quarter" (Oct, Nov, Dec), plus the one after it (Jan, Feb, Mar 2019) continue to qualify for the full tax credit amount. The two quarters after that only qualify for half the tax credit amount ($3750), and the two quarters after that only qualifies for 1/4 the amount ($1875). Thus, only Nissan EV's sold in April 2020 or later will get zero tax credits.
:: Model 3 LR :: acquired 9 May '18
:: Leaf S30 :: build date: Sep '16 :: purchased: Nov '16
Date - Miles / GIDs:
May '17 - 7300 mi / 363
Sep '17 - 13k mi / 359
.....
Jan '18 - 18.9k mi / 326
Feb '18 - 20.5k mi / 333 ?!?!

wekebu
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Re: Leaf Price / Discount discussion thread

Mon Jun 11, 2018 7:16 am

Oils4AsphaultOnly wrote:That just means you'll qualify no matter what. There's an infographic about how the tax credit sunsetting works for Tesla, which applies to Nissan as well: https://insideevs.com/us-federal-7500-e ... estimates/

TL;DR: If Nissan sells it's 200,000th EV in Oct 2018, then all EV sales in that "quarter" (Oct, Nov, Dec), plus the one after it (Jan, Feb, Mar 2019) continue to qualify for the full tax credit amount. The two quarters after that only qualify for half the tax credit amount ($3750), and the two quarters after that only qualifies for 1/4 the amount ($1875). Thus, only Nissan EV's sold in April 2020 or later will get zero tax credits.


Thank you! My hubby and I have been searching for this answer. I should have come here first :D

techiefan
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Re: Leaf Price / Discount discussion thread

Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:48 am

wekebu wrote:
Oils4AsphaultOnly wrote:That just means you'll qualify no matter what. There's an infographic about how the tax credit sunsetting works for Tesla, which applies to Nissan as well: https://insideevs.com/us-federal-7500-e ... estimates/

TL;DR: If Nissan sells it's 200,000th EV in Oct 2018, then all EV sales in that "quarter" (Oct, Nov, Dec), plus the one after it (Jan, Feb, Mar 2019) continue to qualify for the full tax credit amount. The two quarters after that only qualify for half the tax credit amount ($3750), and the two quarters after that only qualifies for 1/4 the amount ($1875). Thus, only Nissan EV's sold in April 2020 or later will get zero tax credits.


Thank you! My hubby and I have been searching for this answer. I should have come here first :D


It's confusing for any new buyer and my dealer was totally clueless how it works which made it a guessing game for the most part until I came here. So anyone in the market is safe with getting the $7500 back in 2018 and into the first QTR of 2019. So if the trend keeps you can expect a rush to buy the 2019 models when they are released. This has it's own impact on the numbers too and could push the numbers faster should they release a total revamp for 2019 that includes double the range etc. Tesla is in the same boat but they are even closer to the 200K so it could be safe to say two manufactures will be at a disadvantage in 2020 with the others getting the benefit should the program continue. Could end or be extended at anytime and could change too. All unknown factors etc.

Congrats too!

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