If brand new it is a great price. For those people able to take advantage of the $7500 tax credit it would be under $9k ... which makes me skeptical that the car is really brand new and never titled. For you though, since you cannot take advantage of the federal credit it remains a great deal.Myth835 wrote:DaveinOlyWA wrote:Myth835 wrote:I was just offered a brand new 2017 Leaf for $16250 from the local ev selling dealership. Are the dealerships that worry the market for < 100 mile Leafs is going to change overnight? Is there any truth in the rumor that Nissan is going to release the 2018 Leaf same time Tesla release the Model 3?
I take it that is the price after incentives? My buy price was $17½K leased in Nov
No incentives price, I am a resident of Louisiana the dealer is in Texas and I don't make enough to claim the tax credit. $16250 + tax title license is the offered price.
You should know that the federal tax credit is NOT all or nothing; any federal tax liability you have below $7500 would be erased so it that matters, check the car title before purchase. LA used to have an EV state tax credit; I'm not sure about the current state of affairs.