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Does Nissan Leaf have deep discount some time in the year?

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Does Nissan Leaf have deep discount some time in the year?

Like the Hyundai Sonata hybrid usually have between 5k to 6k discount around September and October.

Anyone has experience leasing a Leaf?
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You haven't bought yours yet? I have had mine for 4 months and love it. Keep checking choosenissan.ca website. I think they have $3000 off Nissan Leaf s trim.
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Nissan's site has a $12800 in rebates but does not explain it in details. The S starts at $32698 - $12800 = $19898! That's a really good price if it's true.

Nissan was offering clear out pricing on Leafs around June last year.
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bigbug wrote:
Apr 8th, 2016 11:25 pm
Like the Hyundai Sonata hybrid usually have between 5k to 6k discount around September and October.

Anyone has experience leasing a Leaf?
some1not wrote:
Apr 10th, 2016 9:20 am
Nissan's site has a $12800 in rebates but does not explain it in details. The S starts at $32698 - $12800 = $19898! That's a really good price if it's true.

Nissan was offering clear out pricing on Leafs around June last year.
12800 is for the top line SL model; you can check the list of all EV's and the discounts Ontario is offering on this page here:

http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/vehicl ... bate.shtml


For the S model, you can get 9,599 in a rebate. Excuse the formatting.
OEM Vehicle Model Type Model Year Trim Level Battery Size Seating Capacity Incentive Value for Purchase Incentive Value for 1 Year Lease Incentive Value for 2 Year Lease Incentive Value for 3 Year Lease

Nissan
Canada
Inc. Leaf BEV 2015 S 24 5 $9,599 $3,197 $6,403 $9,599

Therefore you'd be looking at 27,000 or so at Ontario tax with fees and surcharges, maybe less if you can negotiate a bit.
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minilarkie wrote:
Apr 10th, 2016 6:54 pm
Why dont just get a base tesla 3
Yeah because those are ready for delivery already! :facepalm:
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AdamAnK wrote:
Apr 9th, 2016 1:02 am
You haven't bought yours yet? I have had mine for 4 months and love it. Keep checking choosenissan.ca website. I think they have $3000 off Nissan Leaf s trim.
Are you driving one? What is the drive range when temperature drops to -15 to -20 degree?
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minilarkie wrote:
Apr 10th, 2016 6:54 pm
Why dont just get a base tesla 3
Other than the obvious as the other rfder pointed out, you are also comparing effective price of 27k vs 42k after government rebates.
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bigbug wrote:
Apr 15th, 2016 9:50 pm
Are you driving one? What is the drive range when temperature drops to -15 to -20 degree?
Yes, I'm driving the base S. There was no point for me to get a higher trim. I live in Vancouver area so we don't get these temperatures here. Right now at plus 14 degrees I get about 150 kms. When it was around -10 I would guess I was getting about 100 kms with the heat on. The S version has a more power hungry heater than higher trims. Once again the range makes no difference to me, I can charge at home, at work and in many public places. My work is 40 km away from my house. If you are worried about range get the 2016 SV or better wait for the new generation Leaf next year.
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bigbug wrote:
Apr 15th, 2016 9:50 pm
Are you driving one? What is the drive range when temperature drops to -15 to -20 degree?
I have a 2015 with a 24 KWh battery. This was my first winter with the car which was a warm one as it only fell below -15C twice and I would get close to 100km range maybe only 90kms as I would stop for a quick charge to make sure I make it home.

I told myself anything below -15C I would take my ICE car instead.
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flying triangle wrote:
Apr 16th, 2016 10:56 am
how are you guys that own the Leaf liking it?
I'm loving mine!

I drive into work everyday, 100km round trip. My co-workers and my boss do not like the Leaf. It sticks out like a soar thumb in the garage we all park at. They say it clashes with their luxury brand vehicles, especially when I have it plugged in! Hoping I get a raise, as the CEO asked me if he was paying me enough (jokingly), I played along and said no.

Anyways...I can do just about anything with the Leaf as I would with my ICE car. At times it takes a little bit of planning where to charge when needed, but the range anxiety was all but gone after a couple of weeks. Off the line you can beat just about any ICE car when you floor it! And not having to buy gas is another nice perk!
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flying triangle wrote:
Apr 16th, 2016 10:56 am
how are you guys that own the Leaf liking it?
It is a great car to drive, of course as a commuter as it will take planning to go for long trips. But in city, it is great. It drives smooth, no noise, breaking is great, just a different but better experience than gas cars.

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