powersurge wrote:I think that the low amount of excitement for the new car is Nissan's fault...
It is hard to get excited about a car that is still not in stores, and when it is available, the price will be non-negotiable...
594 2018 LEAFs now in official inventory, either at dealers or on the way:
https://www.nissanusa.com/buildyourniss ... ntory.link
First lease report, >$2,500 discount
from list on an SL:
simply wrote:Lease Details:
Lease Date: 02/07/18
Location: Washington D.C. metro area
Vehicle: NEW 2018 Nissan Leaf SL
Exterior Color: Blue
Interior Color: Tan
Sticker Base MSRP $38115
Agreed Upon Vehicle Price $35559.00
Capitalized Cost Reduction $7900.00
Adjusted capitalized Cost $30323.06
Residual Value $12196.80
va state sales tax $1,247.56
va title, license, registration $132.50
Acquisition Fee $595.00
Rent Charge $1086
Monthly Payment $533.70
No reason to get excited, IMO, but if you are looking for the most practical BEV available, you should be considering a LEAF.