From what I understand, starting with 2023, it will become much more difficult to get a Nissan Leaf. What I have been told is very few allocations are available and that some dealers will be unable to take orders or stock units on the lot. Also, they are reducing the number of trim options down from 5 to 2 (SV Plus and S only). Made a few phone calls to see if I could find one, and I found four in-transit 2023 Leaf S with delivery in Nov/Dec.
All units had MSRP $29,860.
Dealer 1 is in NJ, wants $3300 in blessings but qualifies $2500/NJ and $7500/Fed…
Dealer 2 is in PA, will take MSRP but only qualifies for $7500/Fed.
Splitting the difference, the total cost (in NJ) would be around $24K.
If leasing, NMAC offers $950 in lease cash and a decent RV for 18/24 month terms… Putting this out because it’s a sold entry-level EV for those looking to get ahead of the curve.
This Nissan GM I spoke with had no inventory and no allocations available for 2023. I’ve worked with him before so I reached out to him first, to see if he could take an order and he could not. If not discontinued, will not be so readily available.