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PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2012 3:47 pm 
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Location: The Western Slope, Colorado
Delivery Date: 15 Dec 2011
Leaf Number: 15889
Mog404 wrote:
...Date/time of reservation: 10/03/2010
Actual order date (when quote was accepted): 10/29/2010

Dealer: Woodmen Nissan
Delivery date: 1/27/2011...
Are your dates correct? Shouldn't your order be 2011 and delivery 2012?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2012 4:47 pm 
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Location: Louisville, CO
Delivery Date: 16 Jan 2012
Leaf Number: 17166
State : Colorado
Metro area/city : Boulder

Color/trim: 2012 SL Cayenne Red
Accessories: Protection Package, Floor & Cargo Mats

Total quote/price accepted (excluding tax/license): 36,297.50
Purchase or lease?: Purchase

Date/time of reservation: 4/20/2010
First data able to request a quote (RAQ): 10/30/2011
Actual order date (when quote was accepted): 11/01/2011

Dealer: Valley Nissan (Longmont)
Delivery date: 1/17/2012 (refused order delivery, bought orphan)

Plans for home charging: installed 240V Level 2, Schneider ($730 Home Depot + $300 to install)

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Reserved: 2010-04-20
Ordered: 2011-09-29
Delivery: 2012-01-16
EVSE: Schneider EVlink EV2430WS


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2012 9:03 pm 
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Posts: 65
Location: Blacksburg VA
Delivery Date: 07 May 2012
Leaf Number: 019536
State : VA
Metro area/city : Blacksburg

Color/trim: Cayenne Red
Options: SL
Accessories: Cargo Net, Floor & Cargo Mats

Total MSRP+destination charge: 37,470
Purchase or lease?: Lease

Date/time of reservation: 2/10/2012
Actual order date (when quote was accepted): 2/15/2012

Dealer: New River Nissan, Christiansburg
Delivery date: 4/2012

Plans for home charging: Schaeffer level-2

NRN has loaned me their demo so that I could try trips to several locations. I will be doing some more trips before mine arrives.

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2012 7:06 am 
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Location: Raleigh, NC
State : North Carolina
Metro area/city : Raleigh

Color/trim: SL Blue Ocean
Options: NA
Accessories: Floor/Cargo carpets; Splash Guard

Total MSRP+destination charge: 37,560 + 850 = 38,410
Total quote/price accepted (excluding tax/license/additional fees): 38,050 (destination included)
Total discount (or markup):360 discount
Additional fees: 489 processing/doc fees
Purchase or lease?: Purchase

Date/time of reservation: 12/23/2011
First date able to request a quote (RAQ): 2/21/2012
Actual order date (when quote was accepted): 2/22/2012

Dealer: Southern States Nissan (Raleigh)

Delivery date: Pending

Plans for home charging: AV (Progress Energy Pilot Program)

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2012 SL, Blue Ocean
Dealer: Southern States (Raleigh)
Reserved: Dec 23, 2011
RAQ: Feb 21, 2012
EVSE Installed: March 5, 2012 (Progress Energy Pilot)
Delivery Home: March 26, 2012

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:52 am 
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Delivery Date: 25 Feb 2012
Leaf Number: 5917
State : PA
Metro Area / City : Philadelphia

Trim : Silver SL
Options : Fully Loaded

Total MSRP : $38,400

Price Accepted : $27,000. This is a California rebuilt salvage title leaf. Awating titling from PA DMV.

Dealer : VGA Motors /Ebay

Delivery Date : 2/17/2012


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2012 6:39 am 
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Location: Hood River, OR
Delivery Date: 06 Jul 2011
Leaf Number: 4992
Total cost $33,000-9000 state and federal rebate.
$24,000

I was able to email all of the dealers in OR and ask who would give me the best deal. I ended up getting invoice pricing on all options and the car 2.79% below invoice. Dealerships get "hold backs". When Nissan dealerships move a car the day it arrives, they get an additional 2.79% below invoice. The percentage gets smaller until nothing if the car is still on the lot after 90 days. I got a 2011 SL with almost all the options and had to pay for the QC port since I am not part of the Ecotality project.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:42 pm 
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State : Utah (but ordered via dealer in Las Vegas, NV)
Metro area/city : Ivins (outskirts of St. George, UT)

Color/trim: Glacier Pearl SL model
Options: (winter package, QC port, etc., now standard on SL)
Accessories: mud flaps, protection package, floor & cargo mats, organization package

Total MSRP+destination charge: MSRP: $37,250 (vehicle) + $760 (accessories) + $0 (destination) + $0 (flatbed to my home)
Total quote/price accepted (excluding tax/license): $38,010
Total discount (or markup): $0
Additional fees:$399.50 (documentation) + $28,25 (title transfer)
Purchase or lease?: Purchase

Date/time of reservation: April 20, 2010 - 5:40PM
Designated order month: March 2012
First date able to request a quote (RAQ): February 28, 2012
Actual order date (when quote was accepted): February 29, 2012

Dealer: Desert Nissan of Las Vegas

Delivery date: March 28, 2012 (projected)

Plans for home charging: Have already installed my AeroVironment EVSE, a Milbank RV box with additional 240V outlet, and sufficient solar to power both the home and Leaf. I also plan to order Ingineer's L1 upgrade for the onboard EVSE.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2012 1:55 pm 
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Location: Plano, TX
Delivery Date: 08 Mar 2012
Gentlemen:

Just got out of the dealer after some intense haggling. I told him I will get back to him 24 hours. Here is the deal:

Blue Leaf, base model, NO quick charge port.

Buy: $32k plus taxes, title, registration
Lease: $14.5K total for 36 months, 15k miles per year. This includes taxes, title, registration.

FYI: if i were to buy, I do qualify for the full $7.5k fed tax credit.

What do you guys think? Inputs appreciated.

Thanks


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2012 3:19 pm 
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Delivery Date: 08 Mar 2012
Forgot to mention. That is a 2011 model


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 10, 2012 4:02 pm 
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Delivery Date: 02 Nov 2011
mkjayakumar wrote:
Gentlemen:

Just got out of the dealer after some intense haggling. I told him I will get back to him 24 hours. Here is the deal:

Blue Leaf, base model, NO quick charge port.

Buy: $32k plus taxes, title, registration
Lease: $14.5K total for 36 months, 15k miles per year. This includes taxes, title, registration.

FYI: if i were to buy, I do qualify for the full $7.5k fed tax credit.

What do you guys think? Inputs appreciated.

Thanks


2011 LEAF SV MSRP is $32,780 so you're basically getting MSRP on that. I'm assuming it's not a late model year with the Cold Weather Trim of Fog Lights, Heated Seat and Steering Wheel since that would add just under $1,000 to your MSRP and also that you don't need that.

Compare that to an 2012 LEAF SV MSRP at $35,200 with all that Cold Weather stuff. Over all, I'd say stick with the 2011. It was a better model year if you don't live in a cold climate.

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