SageBrush wrote: ↑Mon Sep 05, 2022 6:19 pm
Flyct wrote: ↑Mon Sep 05, 2022 3:35 pm
I just signed a buyers order for a 2023 SV Plus that’s already built and it’s inTransit, expected to arrived in 9/26. I put a refundable deposit on it to lock it in.
The deal is $9,500 out the door, plus my 2020 SL Plus. I verified in government site that the vin is eligible for full $7,500 Tax credit so my net is $2,000 for a 3 year newer model year with fresh warranty.
Another local dealer wanted $18,750 plus my trade.
I would include the difference in value between the SL and SV; and also include TT&L
The highest trim level for 2023 is SV Plus. They no longer manufacture SL LeafS. The SV Plus comes standard with all the technology items that were previously optional in a 2020 SV.
When I bought my 2020 MSRP prices were before the reduction in 2022 but on my 2020 I negotiated $4,500 in dealer discount and additional $6,500 in rebates. I paid $38,000 out the door back then with all fees, taxes etc. after getting the $7,500 tax credit my total net cost was $30,500. This dealer is giving me $33,500 trade value on my 2020 but marking up the 2023 $500over sticker plus adding $2000 in BS fees. Bottom line I give him my car and $9,500 cash for a 2023 SV Plus. Then I claim $7,500 tax credit on next years return.
Looking at the 2023 SV+ specs the only thing of significance I could find is that that my 2020 SL Plus has leather vs the Cloth in the SV Plus. My 2016 SV had cloth and I actually preferred it to leather. It’s not as hot to sit on in the Florida heat.
This will be my 5th Nissan Leaf, 2015 SL, 2017 SV, 2019 SL+ (Totaled), and current 2020 SL+