With the new price drop on the new 2022 Nissan Leaf (Now Starting at $27,400 before destination, previously $31,670), I just checked the new August offers from Nissan and saw a very reasonable $89 p/mo for 24 months with a $1,449 DAS ($1,390 Down & $89 First Months Payment ~ excl tax, tag, reg, etc).
This seems to be the breakdown just from the online offer (after some math).
Region (Philly/Central Jersey)
Selling Price: $27,213 ($1,137 suggested dealer contribution)
Residual: $21,263 - 75% (24/10)
Money Factor: 0.0003 (Guessed from the 2021 Numbers & also has been for some time)
Rebate: $3,125 (drop from $9,800 on a 2021)
Depending on the 36-month numbers, this could be another “unicorn” type deal in NJ with our rebate.
chargeup is 36 month leases minimum.
The leaf at $89 is a unicorn, but it is a fugly Unicorn… Only if you were going to get a leaf anyway…
And at 28k MSRP it is likely the 40kw battery (150 mile range) with bare bones options. So a fugly unicorn with barely a faint rainbow …
1449 + ~2000 in TTL, so About $230/month?
no - there’s nothing to see here. these are completely made-up numbers…
The calculator is wrong. The 36/10 residual is 44%. Once you plug those in, you get $200 a month …
Agree with Aronchi - Nissan ad just made up some numbers …
Got all my numbers from the nissan website excluding the money factor, I copy and pasted the whole deal disclosure in the calculator notes section
Then someone is wrong since Edmunds says 56% and 44% residual…
This is 2022, they just opened the 2022 discussion for me about 20 minutes ago.
Excludes taxes, title, and license. $1,449 initial payment required at consummation. (Includes $1,360 consumer down payment, $89 first month payment.) (INCLUDES $3,125 manufacturer’s rebate applied to $89/Month lease. Offer valid only when financed through Nissan Motor Acceptance Company.) Subject to residency restrictions. 2022 LEAF S Lease model 17012 subject to availability to well-qualified lessees through Nissan Motor Acceptance Company. $28,350 MSRP incl. destination charge. Net capitalized cost of $23,378 includes a $650 non-refundable acquisition fee. Dealer contribution may affect actual price set by dealer. Monthly payments total $2,136 At lease end, purchase for $21,263, plus purchase option fee up to $300 (except KS & WI), plus tax, or pay excess wear & use plus $0.25 per mile for mileage over 10,000 miles per year. Lessee is responsible for maintenance and repairs. A disposition fee is due at termination of lease term. No security deposit required. Must take delivery from new dealer stock. See participating dealer for details. Offer ends 09/07/2021.
Confirmed 0.0003 MF from Edmunds, got a 54% residual on a 36/15 for an SL+ (53% for SV+)
Yes none of which have a 28k MSRP… Isn’t the 28k MSRP the barest bones S model with the 150 miles range battery?
With the NJ rebate (assuming they update it to include the 2022) it looks like around 180 a month would be doable if those numbers are correct for a Leaf at that price point?
Someone can ask for the residuals on the S, but from the 2021 forums the residual differences are only +/- a few percent for the other trims.
The 2022 now has CHAdeMO fast charging standard, which was always equipped on a S (40kwh) if you found one at a dealer. Since there’s not anymore expensive option packages you can get on an S (40kwh) the only thing a dealer can really add on is accessories which don’t really add on much.
With these numbers, it should be unicorn in Cali too. Though I do not see any 2022 in stock yet. At least using search engines.
Any 75% residual car becomes instant unicorn. Looking at you Toyota Tundra with US Bank?
Wow that’s a huge drop in terms of pricing…
I just leased a 2021 base S with charging package(CHAdeMO) … MSRP was like 34k…
If they lower it to 28k… anyone should be able to get it below $200 a month…
Confirmed Residuals from Edmunds:
(zipcode: 08610/Philly/Central & South NJ)
Nissan is being pretty optimistic with their resale values