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2017 NIssan Leaf - potential 50% off - $15,998 (Ontario only)

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2017 NIssan Leaf - potential 50% off - $15,998 (Ontario only)

It is not too often you can buy a car at almost 50% discount.
But for those wanting a great commuting car that is GHG free, here is a great deal that is hard to beat.

This is not a group buy but a deal that you can get now at your local dealer.

Here is details of the Leaf deal in Ontario and I will use the Leaf S as an example:
A 2017 NISSAN LEAF Model S MSRP of $33,998
less Ontario EV rebate of - $14,000 ( this car gets the maximum rebate since this is a 5 seater and large battery)
brings it down to $19,998
less Nissan Cash discount - $2000 on model S ( and SL ...$3000 on SL)
plus VPP ( vehicle purchase program) rebate $1,100 on model S ( $1300 on SV and $1500 on SL VPP)
if you own a Nissan you get a loyalty discount of $800 ( for customer or immediate family living in same household)
plus this week at the Toronto Autoshow an additional $500 discount.

So if stars are aligned as per above ( you buy autoshow promotion and own another NIssan) you can buy a Leaf for
Total Price: $33,998 - $14,000 - $2000 - $1100 - $800 - $500 = $15,598
( plus tax, PDI, delivery etc)

update: Tax is applied to total price of car... before rebates are applied.
Total Price: $33,998 + tax
subtract discounts of $14,000 ( Ontario EV rebate) - $2000 cash discount (dealer) - $1100(cash discount (Dealer) - $800(loyalty discount if you own a Nissan in family) - $500( Toronto autoshow discount)

Charger discount:
Plus if you buy a charger there is also a $500 discount from Nissan to buy a FLO charger if you want one ( EV discounts are available for charger and installation from Ontario FYI)
Last edited by Ecoinontario on Feb 21st, 2017 6:29 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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how much would the top model be using your math? thx in adv
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BC doesn't get this kind of deal :(
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jaksdj22 wrote: BC doesn't get this kind of deal :(
That's cause you voted for Christy.
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Ecoinontario wrote: It is not too often you can buy a car at 50% discount.
But for those wanting a great commuting car that is GHG free, here is a great deal that is hard to beat.

This is not a group buy but a deal that you can get now at your local dealer.

Here is details of the Leaf deal in Ontario and I will use the Leaf S as an example:
A 2017 NISSAN LEAF Model S MSRP of $33,998
less Ontario EV rebate of - $14,000 ( this car gets the maximum rebate since this is a 5 seater and large battery)
brings it down to $19,998
less Nissan Cash discount - $2000 on model S ( and SL ...$3000 on SL)
plus VPP ( vehicle purchase program) rebate $1,100 on model S ( $1300 on SV and $1500 on SL VPP)
if you own a Nissan you get a loyalty discount of $800 ( for customer or immediate family living in same household)
plus this week at the Toronto Autoshow an additional $500 discount.

So if stars are aligned as per above ( you buy autoshow promotion and own another NIssan) you can buy a Leaf for
Total Price: $33,998 - $14,000 - $2000 - $1100 - $800 - $500 = $15,598
( plus tax, delivery etc) but still under $20k

Plus if you buy a charger there is also a $500 discount from Nissan to buy a FLO charger if you want one ( EV discounts are available fro charger and installation from Ontario FYI)
your number is bit misleading. the rebates are applied after tax, and there is also a $2000 pdi you need to pay.
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jaksdj22 wrote: BC doesn't get this kind of deal :(
There are more Leafs registered in BC than ON even though the population is only 1/3.

The adoption rate of EVs in Canada per capita is:

1. QC
2. BC
3. ON
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Man id toally jump on this. Commuting to work in an X5 is killing me at the pumps. Almost $500/ month in gas.
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Faith24 wrote: Yeah, in BC we missed out on that award for most wasteful government spending that the Ontario government won for offering big rebates to the wealthy on electric vehicles: http://www.news1130.com/2017/02/22/awar ... bc-bridge/
I guess I forgot that the Libs felt like they needed to siphon off $700 million from ICBC and increase rates ... then now they have a $2 billion surplus to "spend" on votes this election. Likely followed by a string of excuses why they won't follow through on them 6 months from now.
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Is the E rebate a separate item to claim or does the dealership give it off the price? Also, what is the vehicle purchase plan? A bit confused, sry
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Called it in the last thread. Even better than I expected.

"Fair enough. How about $22600 "out the door"? It needs to be cheaper than what they are pricing it at now. Basically if you can wait a few months you can likely save 10% plus, over the current price."
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Title is definitely misleading, should include the general discounts that are applicable to all/most of the population, not the ones where you have to know a Nissan employee, be a Nissan owner, etc. Can certainly mention in the OP, but shouldn't just state the price like that in the title with max discounts IMO.

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