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Colorado 2019-2020 Leaf Deals

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2020 12:53 pm
by jparr
Hi All,

For those of you in Colorado I've been eyeing some of the recent deals on older 2019 Leafs. If anyone has purchased this summer I'd be interested in hearing what you paid for your life (pre and post sales tax). I'm eyeing a 2019 Leaf SV+ and wondering if I can get it down to a net of $20,000 (with local sales tax and after CO $4k rebate and $7,500 federal). I'd also be interested in where you bought it at in Colorado.

Re: Colorado 2019-2020 Leaf Deals

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2020 5:30 pm
by dmacarthur
Haven't finished paying for my Life yet, hope to get it payed off soon!

Re: Colorado 2019-2020 Leaf Deals

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2020 6:53 pm
by SageBrush
The dealerships in Colorado know about the state tax credit and are setting their prices accordingly.
If you want to save money, buy out of state and collect the credits on your tax return

Re: Colorado 2019-2020 Leaf Deals

Posted: Thu Aug 06, 2020 7:27 pm
by coleafrado
jparr wrote:
Thu Aug 06, 2020 12:53 pm
Hi All,

For those of you in Colorado I've been eyeing some of the recent deals on older 2019 Leafs. If anyone has purchased this summer I'd be interested in hearing what you paid for your life (pre and post sales tax). I'm eyeing a 2019 Leaf SV+ and wondering if I can get it down to a net of $20,000 (with local sales tax and after CO $4k rebate and $7,500 federal). I'd also be interested in where you bought it at in Colorado.
20k is achievable if you have the tax liability

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Re: Colorado 2019-2020 Leaf Deals

Posted: Sun Aug 09, 2020 8:53 am
by act0fgod
I just bought a SL+ in CO. It was a headache. In CO Springs they listed the price as an absurd $24k. I get there and the out the door ended up being $35k.

Contacted each of the places up in Denver and they wouldn't give me a firm price quote. I ended up buying from Valley in Longmont for $32,159 before federal tax credit.

Tynan's in Denver e-mailed me a couple days after I purchased with a price of $31,800 but their website is now showing $30,205 so who knows what the price would be when I got there.

I get different people qualify for different rebates but wish the dealerships would show the prices and then list each individual rebate instead of showing MSRP and then lumping every possible discount together to show a price that no one will qualify for (I think they include a recent grad and a military discount on their listed low price but will only give you one even if you qualify for both and most people don't qualify for either).

Re: Colorado 2019-2020 Leaf Deals

Posted: Fri Oct 23, 2020 12:08 pm
by cwerdna
Someone at work posted https://www.fortcollinsnissan.com/new-n ... collins-co about up to "$22K" off MSRP on 40 kWh Leaf and a BOGO deal: BUY A BRAND NEW TITAN AND GET A GET A 2020 NISSAN LEAF COMPLIMENTARY FOR 2 YEARS.