Talked to a sales person at the dealer when we had the recall done. Told us all of their dealerships 2020 quota of e-pluses was already sold out. Ours is one of them. Expect to see it in March now. Crazy. My guess is they are extremely battery constrained.DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:35 amSo, all of our local Nissan’s have almost no Leaf stock. I don’t know if supply is all going to Latam on this hemisphere or what. The large Leaf dealer in the area, which often has 1 to 2 dozen has only 2. The other 2 dealers have 0 and 1 available.
The dealer where I bought my leaf told me they can’t find Plus model to meet demand.
Will be curious tomorrow to see if August sales clocked up at all.
Nissan is missing the boat...or maybe it’s intentional. Our local dealership has at least one dedicated Leaf guy. He stays busy enough with some used sales and a trickling supply of standard range leafs but is frustrated with the amount of lost sales on epluses. Some like us plunk down a deposit and are willing to wait. Others just pay the extra bucks and get a Tesla in 6 weeks instead of 6 months...hatchback be damned.DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:41 amOk, here is the answer. All of the Leaf inventory is going to Ireland. I could see how between climate and size how the leaf would be ideal.
https://www.advertiser.ie/galway/articl ... d-vehicles