michaelt wrote:It appears all these promotions can be combined. Nissan Sunnyvale made an offer of $28,275 as the final price for 2018 Nissan Leaf S with charge package, protection package and other accessories, advertised as MSRP of $33,090.
-$4000 loyalty + financing
-$1000 new graduate
Total before tax: $25,090
Tax @ 9.25%: $2,320
License & registration: about $300
The difference with the offered price is $565, so it is pretty close. That's without any negotiations.
With the 4K and 3K rebates which are a big plus and the $7500 tax rebate makes it a no brainer, I am sure only a few qualify when actually purchasing for the 1K new grad discount so congrats! I am only lucky with no sales tax and only was only able to get 2K from Financing at 0%. Also no doc fees? my state caps them at $499 + reg $360 + $7.50 tire fee so that adds another $780
So take that 27,000 - 7500 and you have a inexpensive EV to enjoy.
Again congrats if you buy it!
One note for others here, I did read that each model has a greater profit range with a larger discount available to work with as the models go up. So the S will be a smaller discount over the SL etc.