There isn't any difficulty selling them.LTLFTcomposite wrote:...
Perhaps NMAC is starting to sweat having a huge inventory of three year old Leafs they can't sell.
Almost all lease vehicles get sold at auction.
Someone will buy them, the issue is how low the selling price will be.
Several have speculated that a lot of the LEAFs being auctioned are being exported.
Aren't many used LEAFs on dealer lots. They don't want them as they won't make much on them.
Interesting that NMAC may finally be wanting to reduce their end of lease auction losses by selling to leasor at something bit better than auction prices but a lot less than the original end of lease buyout.