Rktennis wrote:I called around this morning and the sales people seem clueless. I'm waiting on a call back from Capitol City manager, but I'm thinking the best route is to go in to the dealerships and speak directly to the GM.
I registered last year in April myself.
I talked with the Nissan dealer in my home town a couple of weeks ago and I think I sparked some interest in the owner and sales people there. I learned after my visit there that they have made plans to attend the Drive a LEAF in Boston in a week.
I am from New Hampshire but will be relocating to Georgia soon. I drove over to Carriage Nissan in Gainesville yesterday. I spoke with a couple of people there. Carl E. seemed to be very interested but was admittedly a bit more in the dark than he felt comfortable with. I gave him the URL for this forum so he can get some of the great info that is presented here. I hope I gave them reason to get to know the LEAF. After all they will have to deal with real LEAF customers very soon!
I also found that Regal Nissan in Roswell is a LEAF certified dealer. I have not talked with them and won't be able to before I have to return to NH on Saturday.
The Lawrenceville Nissan dealer is not LEAF certified and I have read negative reviews for them anyway.
The California folks have recommended talking to the dealer before selecting one on their "Dashboard". I think many of them have negotiated price with dealers before selecting them this way they have a better idea of what the dealer is like before committing.
Once I am settled in North Georgia (real soon) I will be making arrangements to purchase my own LEAF. I CAN'T WAIT! Well I can but I am very excited about the prospect!