All of it..... $15,350 in rebates right off the top. Well, $2,000 in discount, $13,350 in rebates. They keep the tax credit. This is not a factor with how much I put down on it. Glastone Nissan. I forgot what they changed the name to. A guy's name. Dick Hannah?ByeFO wrote:How much of that figure is from Nissan? Maybe the incentives are regional. Can you say where you are located?TreeStar wrote:I've been researching the 2017 versions of these cars quite a bit lately. The Leaf has absolutely amazing rebates right now. To the tune of $15,000+. Anyone know why that is?
I looked at Nissan USA for my area and the best I could do from Nissan was $4,000 and that is if it is financed through NMAC (Nissan financed).
After thinking about this more, it seems as if I should put less down if I don't plan on keeping the car. As this sits now (until the end of the month... oh, it's over. Not sure what will happen with incentives next month) but putting $6k down and $104.27 month and the car can be financed for $11,395.