Oils4AsphaultOnly wrote:Sondy132001 wrote:SageBrush wrote:OP: What date did original delivery take place and how many miles are on the odometer ?
You may be eligible for a new replacement battery under warranty, or at least substantial financial assistance from Nissan.
My free battery option ended last November and I didn't have the necessary miles/low battery to get it boooo I still have 9 bars on my battery.
Thanks everyone for answers ! Yes I am on SCE, not SDGE, am I still eligible for the $7500 discount per the Nissan website ?
I'll just go with the 2018 Leaf =) I signed up for one.
The SDG&E discount was $10,000, so not sure what you're referring to with the $7500 one?
Was it the federal tax credit for buying an EV? If so, then it depends on your tax situation (did you pay more than $7500 in federal taxes last year?). If not, then you're going to need to fill in some more detail.
On another note, fellow SCE customer, have you applied your clean fuel rebate yet? https://www.scecleanfuel.com/
It's a $450 credit for current SCE customers who own an EV.
Seriously you rock I just filled that out with SCE, had no idea ! I don't pay taxes I get money back, per the IRS website looks like I get back $7500 back federal and $2500 back from California if I buy an electric car, not sure on leasing tho? But to get that amount back I'd buy a new leaf .