Jerryr wrote:Made the deal today. Got $4,968 discount off MSRP but dealer fees were $799 so net discount was $4,269.
Only incentive available was $1000 for NMAC financing. Only financed $18000. Will pay this off in about a week as soon as I get a loan number.
Also eligible for Federal Tax credit of $7,500. No other credits available in Florida.
Got $13,000 for trade in of 3 year old 2015 Leaf SL, Premium w/ Bose. That one cost me $20,000 after rebates, incentives an Federal Tax credits.
2018 SV Gray
All Weather pkg ($900)
SV technology Pkg ($2200)
Splash guards ($190)
Carpeted floor mats and cargo mat ($190)
+$799 Dealer fees
+ sales tax
+$200 registration fees
Got the same deal as you off MSRP for the most part
2018 SL White
Paid $35000 with all fees, reg etc. financed at 0% for 5 years with 5K down on CC (w/ points earned)
Dealer $499 + $360 for reg included with no sales tax in my state for EV
With the $7500 federal back should bring the cost down to $27500, just not sure if I should have leased it
Anyone know how the federal rebate works that got it back? Do everyone qualify for it regardless of income or how more or less taxes one pays? I tried to read up on it and it's confusing somewhat. Also I don't understand the MFG cap of 200K cars because I understand they are over that # but the Leaf still qualifies for the rebate? Thanks and sorry for the questions here.