I don't see anything at https://electrek.co/best-electric-vehic ... es/#Nissan that is outstanding and that appears to be in stock at the dealer's web site.
Example is a '21 Leaf Plus deal allegedly at Team Nissan NH. They (https://www.teamnissannh.com/new-vehicl ... =our_price) don't even have any Leafs in stock per their site right now, only a '22 SL Plus in transit. There's allegedly a deal at Nissan Mission Hills in So Cal on a '22 Leaf SV Plus but at https://www.nissanofmissionhills.com/in ... _price-asc, there aren't any of those.
The other night, I checked https://www.nissanusa.com/shopping-tool ... issan-leaf and the inventory appeared to be pretty light for the Bay Area and beyond. Many cars were in transit and if you checked dealer web sites, they didn't seem to actually have the cars.
I just checked 10 dealers (2 I'd rather not do business with, 2 over 100 miles away) and their sites list having 0 new Leafs in stock. Another has only 2 Pluses (a '21 and '22, both SL Pluses and that more than I'd want to spend). Another dealer which might be questionable supposedly has 4 '22 non-Plus and no Pluses.
https://www.nissanusa.com/shopping-tool ... ffers.html doesn't list any lease deals. Don't think the chip shortage, Smyrna plant shutdown and Nissan having stopped producing Leafs for awhile at Smyrna before the shutdown helped things...
Considering leasing a Leaf Plus as a temp car if I get a good buyback offer from GM on my recently recalled '19 Bolt.