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Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Mon Jun 22, 2020 6:11 am
by DougWantsALeaf
I don't recall if I posted it here.

2019 S+ with mudflaps and carpets. $30,500 before federal rebate all in. $23K post Federal rebate. Silver. 10 miles on the car when we test drove it and bought it.

Technically it also has door guards on it, but I am inclined to take them off as I don't like the look, and I bet the slightly impact highway efficiency.

As an aside, I really like the new black with the Plus blue highlight. As this is our second Plus in the garage, I think we are done for a number of years in terms of new car purchases.

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Sat Aug 08, 2020 6:49 am
by NonSequitur
DougWantsALeaf wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2020 6:11 am
2019 S+ with mudflaps and carpets. $30,500 before federal rebate all in. $23K post Federal rebate. Silver. 10 miles on the car when we test drove it and bought it.
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).

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!).

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Sat Aug 08, 2020 7:51 am
by DaveinOlyWA
NonSequitur wrote:
Sat Aug 08, 2020 6:49 am
DougWantsALeaf wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2020 6:11 am
2019 S+ with mudflaps and carpets. $30,500 before federal rebate all in. $23K post Federal rebate. Silver. 10 miles on the car when we test drove it and bought it.
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).

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!).
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.

Problem is; unlike a few months ago when there was an urgency to move aging inventory, the supply is thin and the demand has not subsided so there will be some profiteering

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Sat Aug 08, 2020 9:34 am
by DougWantsALeaf
A few 2019 SL+ still around on lots here in Chicago. Discounts are not as good as in Florida or east coast.

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:18 pm
by act0fgod
Purchased 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.

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2020 10:10 am
by Triggerhappy007
act0fgod wrote:
Sat Aug 08, 2020 10:18 pm
Purchased 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.
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.

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2020 10:21 am
by DougWantsALeaf
Enjoy the car

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2020 10:17 pm
by LeftieBiker
I just got an interesting deal for my housemate. The car is a nearly loaded 2020 SV Plus.

PRICE: $43,570
Discount: -$4,000
NYS EV Credit: - $2000
PRICE: $37,570
Nissan lease incentives: -$10,650.

An average to good 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
$273/month, 36 months, 10K mileage lease (together we drive maybe 5k miles a year, if that.)
$4200 cash back to her ($300 of which will go to pay for the Protection Package.)

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 SV+ Tech packages, and about a third of the lease payments paid by the cash back.

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 7:05 am
by DougWantsALeaf
Congrats. Is it a 2019 or 2020?

Re: Post Your Order Details Here

Posted: Sat Sep 26, 2020 9:34 am
by DaveinOlyWA
LeftieBiker wrote:
Fri Sep 25, 2020 10:17 pm
I just got an interesting deal for my housemate. The car is a nearly loaded SV Plus.

PRICE: $43,570
Nissan Incentives: -$4,000
NYS EV Credit: - $2000
PRICE: $37,570

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.
Is the fed credit still treated as a cash payment at signing? I am missing "something" here I think?