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For Georgia Residents - 2015 Nissan LEAF S $239/mo for 2-years or $209/mo for 3-years

booyah81 604 348 March 5, 2015 at 02:13 PM in Autos (3)
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Last Edited by booyah81 March 24, 2015 at 01:47 PM
**updated as of 3.23.15**

$30 LOWER A MONTH! (than just a few weeks ago)

Nissan is getting desperate and wants to make a big push because it strongly believes the income tax credit will be killed soon. (I'm not sure that I agree but might as well benefit from their forecast.) Here are the details.

To lease a new 2015 Nissan LEAF S w/ Charge Package (6.6 Battery Upgrade and Quick Charge):

2-YEAR LEASES - $239 w/ VPP and $289 non VPP

3-YEAR LEASES - $209 w/ VPP and $259 non VPP

NOTE: All new leases will receive free service and tire rotation for the duration of their lease. You will also receive a free charging card to charge all over metro Atlanta.

Personally, even though the 3-year lease dropped really low, I still think it makes more sense to just do the 2-year. But I understand $30/mo is a significant difference.

Please check the website at https://insidenissan.programhq.com/ba_search.psp to see if your employer is on the VPP list.

As usual, no names of specific dealers and/or dealerships are allowed so feel free to PM me if you want my contact. Otherwise, you are free to shop around. If you find better deals than what I am showing, please PM me so I can post it and update my contact info (but good luck in doing so).

I am 14 months into my 24 month lease on a 2013 Nissan LEAF S and I love it. Highly recommend it if the numbers and battery range are appropriate for you.

Please check out my 2014 post on how to crunch the numbers to see if this makes sense for you.
Please check out my 2013 post on how to properly file for the $5,000 income tax credit.

Additional Details
$0 due at signing
Tag & Reg.Fees $81
Optional Special Tag Fee: $60 (H.O.V Lane)
Standard lease covers 12,000 miles/year - upgrade to 15,000 miles/year for an extra $17/mo
State Income Tax Credit: $5,000
Disposition Fee: $395 End of Lease only if you decide not to Purchase another Nissan
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How much is with no-QC? Thanks.
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I don't think they sell those anymore but you can check with local dealerships.
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I have a 2013 Leaf, any idea if I will be able to do the tax credit again at the end of my lease in December of this year (2015) (if they don't kill the program by then)?




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$20 LOWER A MONTH! (than just a few weeks ago)

Nissan is getting desperate and wants to make a big push because it believes the income tax credit will be killed soon. (I'm not sure that I agree but might as well benefit from their forecast.) Here are the details.

To lease a new 2015 Nissan LEAF S w/ Charge Package (6.6 Battery Upgrade and Quick Charge):

2-YEAR LEASES - $249 w/ VPP and $299 non VPP

3-YEAR LEASES - $219 w/ VPP and $269 non VPP

Given that these are QC packages (versus the $209 for 2014 S models without QC packages), this is one of the best deals I've seen thus far.

Please check the website at https://insidenissan.programhq.com/ba_search.psp to see if your employer is on the VPP list.

As usual, no names of specific dealers and/or dealerships are allowed so feel free to PM me if you want my contact. Otherwise, you are free to shop around. If you find better deals than what I am showing, please PM me so I can post it and update my contact info (but good luck in doing so).

I am 14 months into my 24 month lease on a 2013 Nissan LEAF S and I love it. Highly recommend it if the numbers and battery range are appropriate for you.

Please check out my 2014 post on how to crunch the numbers to see if this makes sense for you.
Please check out my 2013 post on how to properly file for the $5,000 income tax credit.

Additional Details
$0 due at signing
Tag & Reg.Fees $81
Optional Special Tag Fee: $60 (H.O.V Lane)
Standard lease covers 12,000 miles/year - upgrade to 15,000 miles/year for an extra $17/mo
State Income Tax Credit: $5,000
Disposition Fee: $395 End of Lease only if you decide not to Purchase another Nissan
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Quote from xsf340 View Post :
I have a 2013 Leaf, any idea if I will be able to do the tax credit again at the end of my lease in December of this year (2015) (if they don't kill the program by then)?
I'm in the identical situation. I can't imagine they wouldn't give us another tax credit if it is still available. But of course, everyone should check with their tax experts...
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I'm in the identical situation. I can't imagine they wouldn't give us another tax credit if it is still available. But of course, everyone should check with their tax experts...

Before the next bills pass, yes. I have a friend here that did two successfully. Also, I emailed James Udi, the man at the Georgia EPD that approves the ZEV forms and he said yes.

That will change soon. Read here; http://insideevs.com/lawmakers-lo...s-pending/

The "Plug-in" bill, HB 220, gives up to $3000 max, ONCE every three years.
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Rep. Martin is killing me. Back to gas powered cars I go...

Thanks, overfedexed, for that update though. I guess Nissan knows what it's doing...
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Rep. Martin is killing me. Back to gas powered cars I go...

Thanks, overfedexed, for that update though. I guess Nissan knows what it's doing...

You are welcome, but don't give up yet.
Maybe the $5000 will stay, but be gradually reduced over time.

Last year, when they "ran out of time" to vote on the Tax credit kill, was a miracle. Actually, the Chairman of that Green Committee that missed the vote, lives 20 minutes below me in Perry, Ga
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Quote from booyah81 View Post :
Rep. Martin is killing me. Back to gas powered cars I go...

Thanks, overfedexed, for that update though. I guess Nissan knows what it's doing...
I hate driving the ICE cars now, but I have to for a few days. I took ole Ellie (electric car nickname by my kids) to Nissan for the AC repair.

I printed the TSB's with notes, to help them fix the three main problems that most have.
I still love this car, even with these problems.

A/C leak-Order new parts and replace.

Brakes grabbing-Software update will remedy that one.

Tire Pressure Sensor false readings during extreme temp changes-???

A/C is the only real problem, but the brakes can be a real eye-opener sometimes.
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Thanks for the info about the brakes.

My issues are:

1: Grabby brakes
2. Peeling of panel of drivers center dash
3. Something loose in passenger door that rattles every time kids slam the door.

Otherwise great little car, best battery powered anything I have ever owned.....ugh, leased. Best vehicle ever to run the kids to all of their activities while my Yukon XL waits patiently in the garage for its next opportunity to burn gas. Would hate to do without it if they don't have the tax credit again as it makes our lives a lot easier by having a "backup" car.
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Thanks for the info about the brakes.

My issues are:

1: Grabby brakes
2. Peeling of panel of drivers center dash
3. Something loose in passenger door that rattles every time kids slam the door.

Otherwise great little car, best battery powered anything I have ever owned.....ugh, leased. Best vehicle ever to run the kids to all of their activities while my Yukon XL waits patiently in the garage for its next opportunity to burn gas. Would hate to do without it if they don't have the tax credit again as it makes our lives a lot easier by having a "backup" car.
You are welcome. I started reading about it at the link below. I also read where there is some procedure that you can do, to temporarily fix it yourself. I can't find that info again though.
http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewt...30&t=19108
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What do S owners think of the halogen headlights? I'm spoiled by my xenon lights; but on my previous VW (and Lexus), I found that I simply couldn't see well at night.

I am seriously considering a Leaf, but the LED lights are only available on the upper trim levels. I was quoted ~$320/mon (3yr lease) for a SV that had the upgraded lights + QC package.
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They haven't been bad at all for me, but I agree xenon would be nice if you routinely drove in extremely dark areas.
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ugggh my lease is up in december, wonder if i should just go ahead and get another one now........
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I would except that I can't stomach having double the payments, and I think sliding doors are in my future.
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