Two weeks ago I executed on:
2018 SL, 12k miles year, 36 months, with Tech/Pro Pilot, all-weather, cargo thing, floor mats, the silly illuminated grill emblem, splash guards, the cargo cover... I think it actually had every option possible (all I cared about was the first two...)
Our 2015 lease was up, we have a Model S so the range of the 2019 40kwh LEAF is more than sufficient for what we do, and I had no desire to drive my wife's 15 year old Subaru Outback for a few months to possibly get a better deal when the new battery LEAFs come out.
750 down, 350/month for 36 months. Total payments over the life of the lease just over $13,000. In North Carolina I pay about $10/month in taxes as part of the 350, so Nissan gets 340 of that.
For the math nerds out there:
Gross cap cost: 34670
Cap cost reduction: 11275
Adj cap cost: 23397
Rent charge: 3538
So the money factor here has to be astronomical, but I told the dealer that I didn't care how they got to the numbers (750 down & 350/month) on their end as long as the up-front and monthly checks I write were the correct values. There was an offer for a higher down payment that was a little bit less in total money outlay, but I wanted to minimize the up-front in case someone totals me one day...
I will throw out an unsolicited plug for Leith Nissan in Cary NC, I worked with a guy named Jim G and he was as easy to deal with as anyone I've ever bought a car from.