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Re: How is everyone getting these $10,000 off MSRP deals?

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:52 am
by jdcbomb
Current owner of a used 2013 SL. Thought about waiting a few more months for the 2018 version but my guess I won't be able to beat this deal here in NC especially if in 2019 the range / newer version is even better:

New 2016 SV (30 kWh)

Listed Locally for $29,000

Duke Energy $10,000 Incentive

Federal Tax Credit $7,500

Trade-in / Sell my 2013 SL with 30,000 miles (11 bars) for about $7,000.

3% sales tax for vehicles

Estimating +$750 for dealer fees / title / etc.

(29,000 - 10,000)*1.03 + 750 - 7500 - 7000 = $5,820

$5,820 for a brand new vehicle that has a mixed use range of about 100 - 110 miles is not bad at all!

Re: How is everyone getting these $10,000 off MSRP deals?

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:47 am
by RonSwanson
jdcbomb wrote:Current owner of a used 2013 SL. Thought about waiting a few more months for the 2018 version but my guess I won't be able to beat this deal here in NC especially if in 2019 the range / newer version is even better:

New 2016 SV (30 kWh)

Listed Locally for $29,000

Duke Energy $10,000 Incentive

Federal Tax Credit $7,500

Trade-in / Sell my 2013 SL with 30,000 miles (11 bars) for about $7,000.

3% sales tax for vehicles

Estimating +$750 for dealer fees / title / etc.

(29,000 - 10,000)*1.03 + 750 - 7500 - 7000 = $5,820

$5,820 for a brand new vehicle that has a mixed use range of about 100 - 110 miles is not bad at all!

Too bad you aren't closer. I'd buy your car!

Re: How is everyone getting these $10,000 off MSRP deals?

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:53 am
by sabtheleo
jdcbomb wrote:Current owner of a used 2013 SL. Thought about waiting a few more months for the 2018 version but my guess I won't be able to beat this deal here in NC especially if in 2019 the range / newer version is even better:

New 2016 SV (30 kWh)

Listed Locally for $29,000

Duke Energy $10,000 Incentive

Federal Tax Credit $7,500

Trade-in / Sell my 2013 SL with 30,000 miles (11 bars) for about $7,000.

3% sales tax for vehicles

Estimating +$750 for dealer fees / title / etc.

(29,000 - 10,000)*1.03 + 750 - 7500 - 7000 = $5,820

$5,820 for a brand new vehicle that has a mixed use range of about 100 - 110 miles is not bad at all!


Were you able to get Duke Energy deal?

I need some help with this offer. Can you please help me.

Re: How is everyone getting these $10,000 off MSRP deals?

Posted: Thu Apr 20, 2017 1:11 pm
by jdcbomb
For the Duke Energy deal you just bring in / refer to the flyer incentive (the dealer should be aware of it) and then bring in a copy of your energy bill from Duke. What's the issue you are experiencing?

Re: How is everyone getting these $10,000 off MSRP deals?

Posted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:11 am
by hackdroot
Well, I decided against a new purchase and decided on a used 2013 today. I found a local car lot that is capitalizing on the surge of leaf auctions and had over 20 in stock to choose from. To be honest, this will be my first EV and I wanted to limit my investment. I'm sure I overpaid for my SL, but it has all the options I wanted (premium package) and I didn't have to go to to 10 different places to plug in my OBD scanner (they didn't mind and were very aware of LeafSpy). I got a good rate on a used auto loan and will revisit the EV scene in 3 years when I'm ready for an upgrade and the technology is a bit further ahead. :D

EDIT: Picked up my leaf today. Had a 62 mile drive home so I decided to stop at one of the EVgo stations midway and play it safe. To be honest, I am confident it would have made it since I was in ECO mode most of the time. Now to dive into threads and learn how to use and take care of my investment. :D

Re: How is everyone getting these $10,000 off MSRP deals?

Posted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 6:13 am
by jdcbomb
Update: It appears the pricing of $29,000 is a bit deceiving. At least this dealer is not including the $10K incentive directly into the price as I have observed other dealers. This dealer has included the $4,000 NMAC captive cash so it means they are listing this 2016 Nissan Leaf SV with Premium package at $33,000. Therefore, the new math would result, in a total out the door cost of $9,940. Tempting, but not as good as $5,820. ;)

RonSwanson wrote:
jdcbomb wrote:Current owner of a used 2013 SL. Thought about waiting a few more months for the 2018 version but my guess I won't be able to beat this deal here in NC especially if in 2019 the range / newer version is even better:

New 2016 SV (30 kWh)

Listed Locally for $29,000

Duke Energy $10,000 Incentive

Federal Tax Credit $7,500

Trade-in / Sell my 2013 SL with 30,000 miles (11 bars) for about $7,000.

3% sales tax for vehicles

Estimating +$750 for dealer fees / title / etc.

(29,000 - 10,000)*1.03 + 750 - 7500 - 7000 = $5,820

$5,820 for a brand new vehicle that has a mixed use range of about 100 - 110 miles is not bad at all!

Too bad you aren't closer. I'd buy your car!