sts9fan
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Re: End of Lease Strategies?

Wed Sep 13, 2017 6:23 am

DuncanCunningham wrote:
sts9fan wrote:I had already contacted him. Unfortunately they no longer do Nissan.

Really? Shoot. I'd better check into that. I wonder if we'll lose the fast DC station there.

Was Todd able to answer you?


Yes. He was very nice but obviously couldn't help. If you go to the website there is no Nissan.

Katera
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Re: End of Lease Strategies?

Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:03 am

So has anyone decided to buy/lease a new 2018 Leaf? They look very nice, but 150 miles is just not cutting it for me in 2017 for a new gen electric car. If anything, I think waiting until 2019 for the >200 mile range car is the smart play. Still very shocked Nissan did not make this an option in 2018.

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Re: End of Lease Strategies?

Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:22 am

150 miles not enough. I can understand. 150 miles is quite enough for me but real miles... Heater on, dead of winter through snow and ice.. slow traffic.. 150 miles is fine.. which translates to a car that can do 200+ and you'd not have to charge it up all the way for normal driving making public charging, which I don't want to do, a less likely option.
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2015 Leaf S (leased until May 2018, Bought out in Jan 2017)
2012 Leaf SL (purchased May 2015)

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Re: End of Lease Strategies?

Wed Sep 20, 2017 9:23 am

sts9fan wrote:
DuncanCunningham wrote:
sts9fan wrote:I had already contacted him. Unfortunately they no longer do Nissan.

Really? Shoot. I'd better check into that. I wonder if we'll lose the fast DC station there.

Was Todd able to answer you?


Yes. He was very nice but obviously couldn't help. If you go to the website there is no Nissan.

The dealership was bought by another in the area. They are still Nissan, just the owner changed.
Statler: Wake up you old fool. You slept through the show.
Waldorf: Who's a fool? You watched it.

2015 Leaf S (leased until May 2018, Bought out in Jan 2017)
2012 Leaf SL (purchased May 2015)

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