[Oeva-list] Fwd: Leaf lease (was: Fwd: "Tax credit" ?)
salzmande at comcast.net
Thu Dec 2 13:50:06 PST 2010
No Mark, it's more like delivery costs.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Mark Freidberg <mark58150 at yahoo.com>
> Date: December 1, 2010 9:56:17 PM PST
> To: Dave Salzman <salzmande at comcast.net>
> Subject: Re: Leaf lease (was: [Oeva-list] Fwd: "Tax credit" ?)
> Hi Dave,
> The $1142 at delivery, is that the lease down payment?
> Mark Freidberg
> --- On Sat, 10/23/10, Dave Salzman <salzmande at comcast.net> wrote:
> From: Dave Salzman <salzmande at comcast.net>
> Subject: [Oeva-list] Fwd: "Tax credit" ?
> To: "Oeva list" <oeva-list at oeva.org>
> Date: Saturday, October 23, 2010, 11:22 AM
> I just ordered my Leaf yesterday from Tonkin Wilsonville Nissan,
> Joel Fowler is going with invoice price on everything, and I am
> leasing because I'm also retired. Nick what Joel says is when
> leasing Nissan gets the $7500 from the Feds but you have to take the
> $1500 from the State. Nissan takes that $7500 as down payment & at
> time of delivery all you have to come up with is transportation
> costs, license, & some lease fees. Should be about $1142. My
> payments will be $326.25 for 39 months. Now my understanding is once
> the lease is in effect, say after 2 or 3 months you can buy out the
> lease. Total cost of the car is $33,031 minus the incentives.
> Hope this helps,
> Begin forwarded message:
>> From: "Steve Bonds" <bbmdw9mnrq at snkmail.com>
>> Date: October 23, 2010 12:56:40 AM PDT
>> To: oeva-list at oeva.org
>> Subject: Re: [Oeva-list] "Tax credit" ?
>> On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 12:05 AM, Nick nickgaladay-at-msn.com
>> |oeva-list/****************| <y87yn6dvyt at sneakemail.com> wrote:
>>> Has anyone solved this problem? As we get down to the short strokes
>>> awaiting our chance to sign on a dotted line at our local Nissan
>>> Leaf or
>>> Volt dealer, just how in the world can I, a retired and less than
>>> funded Social Security survivor, ever use a TAX CREDIT? I have no
>>> taxes to
>>> speak of and certainly not $7,500 worth! How do we folks with
>>> less than
>>> $50,000 in adjusted gross taxable income take advantage of this
>>> In years past it was not unheard of to reassign a tax credit (for
>>> our new
>>> 90% efficient gas furnace for example) back to the vendor, with a
>>> commission for handling the paperwork, and take it as a discounted
>>> That would work... Any ideas?
>> If you can't take the tax credit, then you let Nissan take it and you
>> lease the car instead. The credit would be fine if it were
>> refundable, then you'd at least be getting the full value no matter
>> Leasing is a lot more complicated then buying, so learn what you can
>> about it and shop around for the best lease.
>> -- Steve
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