But is it fair to compare a Nissan Leaf S non plus to a Tesla model 3 SR plus. We have a 2016 SV and a Model 3 AWD. Yah, big difference there. But even just an SR plus is a big jump from a Leaf S. Probably an SL Plus Leaf and a model 3 SR plus would be a better comparison.NonSequitur wrote: ↑Wed May 27, 2020 11:30 amDoug: a 2019 S+ for low $20s after the $7500, meaning about $29000 before the rebate? Not sure about that - I haven’t found any. I don’t even look at the plus because I’m bottom fishing for a 2019 and content with the lower range model. The person who revived this thread wrote that the best he found was a 2019 SV+ for $36, and the best I had found was a 2019 SV (no plus) for $31,600 (before $7500), and neither of those are low $20s. Mid $20s maybe, but tell me if I’m missing a deal somewhere.
As for price approaching Tesla, not really, because of the $7500 (Nissan still has it, Tesla does not). If Tesla still had the rebate I’d absolutely buy another, but without it they start at $38, so out the door maybe $45? Compared to the aforementioned mid-20s for the leaf, so twice the price. Again, correct me if I’m wrong, but that’s why I’m even considering a leaf and not a second Tesla 3, which I LOVE (best car ever!)