That’s a solid deal. Not many 2019 left nationwide 2 months later, and the ones I can find aren’t plus, yet they come in well over $30 (one was a 2019 SV with tech and weather for over $34k, and NOT a plus).
All about timing and location. Specific areas of the country get the better deals. East and West Coast. Hotspots like Colorado, Kansas City, Chicago. Might need to plan a road trip if you want the really good deal.NonSequitur wrote: ↑Sat Aug 08, 2020 6:49 amThat’s a solid deal. Not many 2019 left nationwide 2 months later, and the ones I can find aren’t plus, yet they come in well over $30 (one was a 2019 SV with tech and weather for over $34k, and NOT a plus).
More selection in 2020s, yet a base S with absolutely no options except S-charge also coming in close to $32 (as of August, with Nissan credit now at $4k).
Not yet compelled to chuck my 2012 Fisker Karma for the same price (or less!).
That seems kind of high for the CO area. It's a lease so you won't get the tax credit. That seems like a very high down payment for a lease, more than the lease itself. In any case, pay off that car asap in case the car gets totaled, you could lose the down payment.act0fgod wrote: ↑Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:18 pmPurchased a 2019 SL+ in CO. From memory price including taxes and fees was $32,159. Required a lease but allowed $25k down and no early payment penalty in CO. 2 days after I purchased another dealer sent an offer for $31,800 for a 2019 SL+ (their website shows $30,205). Not sure I entirely trust the other location as most dealerships would provide a price and then I'd show up and the car happened to have just sold.
Is the fed credit still treated as a cash payment at signing? I am missing "something" here I think?LeftieBiker wrote: ↑Fri Sep 25, 2020 10:17 pmI just got an interesting deal for my housemate. The car is a nearly loaded SV Plus.
Nissan Incentives: -$4,000
NYS EV Credit: - $2000
An average deal, but now it gets interesting. They are taking her 2013 Prius PHEV in trade, and giving her $10,000 for it - half in cash, half in lease cost reduction. We had originally figured that a dealer would give us maybe $6k for it, as it has a bit of body damage and a misfire issue of unknown cause. But I presented the car well - remotely - and it's the end of the month, so the original $9k offer became $10k yesterday. The version of the deal she will likely take is:
$5k of the trade in credit down. $0 cash down
$300/month, 36 months, 10K mileage lease (together we drive maybe 5k miles a year, if that.)
$4700 cash back to her
I don't exactly remember the residual (we were running numbers for 3 cars), but I think it's $18k. The plan is for her to buy the car off lease if she likes it. I had no interest in getting bloodthirsty in negotiating; if the deal goes through as described, we will have traded a likely problem for a new 62kwh SV+ with All Weather and Tech packages, and about half of the lease payments paid by the cash back.