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[Nissan] ~$24,550 (Out-The-Door) for 2017 Nissan Leaf S [Ontario Only]

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[Nissan] ~$24,550 (Out-The-Door) for 2017 Nissan Leaf S [Ontario Only]

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Current price for a Nissan Leaf S is around $20k before tax on a cash purchase (after promo).

Total for a Nissan Leaf S with tax and fees in Ontario is $40,810.80

Current Ontario EV rebates gives $14,000 (as of a new change yesterday).

Cash Purchase discount is $2260.

Out-The-Door price = $24,550.80

Loyalty($800)/Grad($800) discounts also apply if applicable.

This is based off the online calculator, so it's MSRP. There's likely room for more discounts if you haggle a bit, or use a service like Unhaggle.

2015 Leaf Thread Note: OP of that thread didn't add tax. It was ~$26k after tax.

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What is the range like on this? I suspect that the new Chevy Bolt and the new Tesla will both be much better than this for not that much more money. IIRC these Leaf cars have horrible range.
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SickBeast wrote: What is the range like on this? I suspect that the new Chevy Bolt and the new Tesla will both be much better than this for not that much more money. IIRC these Leaf cars have horrible range.
This has 172km of range.

Tesla Model 3 has an expected price of $35k (USD).

That's roughly $45k CAD. Add in tax of 13% and that's OTD price of ~$50k.

I don't know if ~$50k counts as not much more than ~$25k to you, but it certainly doesn't for me. :P

Edit: I forgot about the rebate for the Model 3, my bad. But still, $36k is quite a bit more than $25k. Plus that's assuming such a large rebate is still present then.
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rugerty100 wrote: This has 172km of range.

Tesla Model 3 has an expected price of $35k (USD).

That's roughly $45k CAD. Add in tax of 13% and that's OTD price of ~$50k.

I don't know if ~$50k counts as not much more than ~$25k to you, but it certainly doesn't for me. :P

Edit: I forgot about the rebate for the Model 3, my bad. But still, $36k is quite a bit more than $25k. Plus that's assuming such a large rebate is still present then.
The Chevy Bolt is cheaper than the model 3 with similar range. Even the Model S is worth the extra money IMO. It's a much nicer car.
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SickBeast wrote: The Chevy Bolt is cheaper than the model 3 with similar range. Even the Model S is worth the extra money IMO. It's a much nicer car.
$33k cash OTD for the Bolt. Nice.

I have a Model 3 reservation, but still tempting for a car that's available now.
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rugerty100 wrote: This has 172km of range.

Tesla Model 3 has an expected price of $35k (USD).

That's roughly $45k CAD. Add in tax of 13% and that's OTD price of ~$50k.

I don't know if ~$50k counts as not much more than ~$25k to you, but it certainly doesn't for me. :P

Edit: I forgot about the rebate for the Model 3, my bad. But still, $36k is quite a bit more than $25k. Plus that's assuming such a large rebate is still present then.
Not on Model S - I believe it has 130 ish range.

I would say get the SV for a couple of thousands $$$ extra - might be a larger incentive from the government too...
Cant confirm the exact numbers now because I bought mine last May (SL model)....
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It doesn't have 170km of range in the real world. I've had a 2015 for two years now. It varies between 100-150km depending on things like how fast you drive, if you are blasting the heat or ac, if its super windy. Its great for a commuter car, even better if your employer has a charger at work so you can top up. The reality is though in 2 years there will be a ton more EVs on the road with far more range so if you are thinking about an EV and can wait, I'd say put it off.
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wildlele wrote: It doesn't have 170km of range in the real world. I've had a 2015 for two years now. It varies between 100-150km depending on things like how fast you drive, if you are blasting the heat or ac, if its super windy. Its great for a commuter car, even better if your employer has a charger at work so you can top up. The reality is though in 2 years there will be a ton more EVs on the road with far more range so if you are thinking about an EV and can wait, I'd say put it off.
The 2015 leaf has a rated range of 135km though (from a quick Google)?
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ryanpuge wrote: Not on Model S - I believe it has 130 ish range.

I would say get the SV for a couple of thousands $$$ extra - might be a larger incentive from the government too...
Cant confirm the exact numbers now because I bought mine last May (SL model)....
This is the new 2017 leaf. The S does have 172 range.

Also, new legislation in the beginning of February removed the 30% of MSRP cap on incentives, as well as the decrease to $3k for more expensive vehicles.

This means that the base model leaf receives $14k in incentives, as well as the (Tesla) Model S.
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rugerty100 wrote: The 2015 leaf has a rated range of 135km though (from a quick Google)?
No idea, its the biggest battery that was available at the time, 24kwh I think. It gets 100-150km depending on factors based on my two years of driving it.
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The Volt is 30 000$ with rebates in Ontario. Just to compare.
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the leaf was tremendous 4 years ago. There are better options now. Even if you can get this at $25000 ONR it is still more expensive per -kWh than the base Bolt with equal government incentives. Now that the Bolt offers up 60-kWh it will be the defacto baseline by the end of this year when it will be widely available off of any new Chevy car lot making resale on lower kWh capacity cars even worse.

Only makes sense to lease a 2017 Leaf at very low payments for 24 months then get into A 60-kWh Leaf, Tesla 3 or Bolt when your lease is up.
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rugerty100 wrote: $33k cash OTD for the Bolt. Nice.

I have a Model 3 reservation, but still tempting for a car that's available now.
I see you can get the bolt for 25k OTD unless I am doing something wrong. That seems like a deal!
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killuminati wrote: I see you can get the bolt for 25k OTD unless I am doing something wrong. That seems like a deal!
I don't see that. Comes up as$ 33629 for me
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you can get the Volt for $30000 all in and its a better car
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