bernie82
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Re: $127/m smoken lease

Thu Dec 27, 2012 9:56 pm

Hmmm. I was told by my Nissan dealer that a two year lease doesn't qualify for the federal $7500. My Nissan dealer is offering a zero down 3 year lease for $199 + T & L a month on a SL.

x10guy
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Re: $127/m smoken lease

Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:47 pm

bernie82 wrote:Hmmm. I was told by my Nissan dealer that a two year lease doesn't qualify for the federal $7500. My Nissan dealer is offering a zero down 3 year lease for $199 + T & L a month on a SL.


The $7500 Federal tax credit is only for purchases, not for leases. The $7500 credit goes to the lease company which supposedly passes that savings in the form of a lower lease payment. In California there is an additional rebate of $2500 for purchases OR leases that are 3 years or longer.

ztanos
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Re: $127/m smoken lease

Fri Dec 28, 2012 8:35 am

You would only be getting below $200/month on a Lease if they used the $7500. So you are technically still getting it.

bernie82
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Re: $127/m smoken lease

Fri Dec 28, 2012 11:05 am

On a lease of 3 years or more the $7500 goes to the dealer which he passes on to the lessee in terms of a lower lease payment. In a purchase, the $7500 is a tax credit to the buyer.

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Nubo
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Re: $127/m smoken lease

Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:14 pm

Could I respectfully ask for the title to be edited?

"Smoken" is making my brain hurt. :cry: :lol:
I noticed you're still working with polymers.

P71VIC
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Re: $127/m smoken lease

Fri Dec 28, 2012 4:13 pm

Nubo wrote:Could I respectfully ask for the title to be edited?

"Smoken" is making my brain hurt. :cry: :lol:



done!

P71VIC
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Re: $127/m $1999 down 24 month shweet lease

Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:20 pm

Anyone else get this good of a deal?

I just hit 1000 miles, and I am very happy with the car.

EatsShootsandLeafs
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Re: $127/m $1999 down 24 month shweet lease

Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:00 am

My Leaf I leased at $10/month less. $239/month for 24 months, all inclusive--I came out of pocket with nothing. Your total cost per month over 24 months is $249.

However, mine was an SV, so yes, you got a better price :)

I got mine back in Aug of last year. Summer of last year is when Nissan got serious about these things and the lease deals since then have been massively, hugely better than the lease deals prior.

P71VIC
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Re: $127/m $1999 down 24 month shweet lease

Fri Mar 15, 2013 6:32 pm

Magically my deal just got better.

Completely out of the blue I just received a check for $471.76. Nissan of Bowie has decided that I over paid for tax.

I don't understand, but ignorance is bliss sometimes. This ignorance might even equate to a new iPad mini ;-).

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