SageBrush wrote:Warranty is from sale date.
A free VIN check available through the web will show the manufacture date.
I think you should ask yourself why you are spending $20k on a car that may be a lemon just from a few months handling according to manufacturer recommendations.
Sage, riddle me this: if you're so good with your money, why did you drop $60,000 on a car?
Free VIN checks online only show the manufacture year, not the month, at least in the ones I can find.
Regardless, the deal on the SV that I was trying to work out is dead for now. Two days ago, the dealer and I had a verbal agreement of 27.5K OTD, but today they tried to change that to "no, the sale price is 27.5 - the OTD price is 30K." So I'm gonna go back to some other dealerships. The $2,500 difference isn't a huge deal, but I feel like, given both the rapidgate issue and the expected degradation, $22,500 is too much to spend on a 2018 Leaf SV, especially when people on this forum are getting them for under 20K, or SL's for low 20's, not to mention that you can supposedly get a Bolt in the mid 20's after tax credits/dealer discounts. Or am I being unreasonable?