OrientExpress wrote:My advice: If you've got the hibby-jibbies and can't wait until September, moving to another manufacturers product right now is the right move. You're happy and that will free up a gen2 LEAF for someone else.
If I were in fact happy with the Bolt's interior and lease offers, I'd do just that. As it is, I'd prefer a Leaf but I'm not going to spend most of another year waiting for one without even driving one first.
BTW, your combination of company ad man and patronizing fan boy prose isn't endearing. I am directing my criticisms at Nissan, not you. You are not Nissan, even if you work for them, so how about saving the misspelled sarcasm for another forum? If you have actual information on the next version of the Leaf, please share it. If you don't, we really don't need starry-eyed speculation - the Web is already full of it.
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You are a poster child for why leases usually suck. Too much leverage and choice is given up when the end of lease approaches.
Would you care to explain what this means? If you are making a general comment about leases, then I'm not a "poster child." Since I'm not on the hook to do anything, how do I represent what's wrong with leasing? Not wanting to drive my 45-65 Leaf another Winter doesn't reflect a problem with leases. It represents a problems with Leafs, so to speak.
2013 "Brilliant Silver" SV with Premium Package and no QC, and 2009 Vectrix VX-1 with 18 Leaf cells.
The most offensive, tasteless phrase in use here is "Pulled the trigger." I no longer respond to posts that use it.