[Oeva-list] Leaf lease

Mark Freidberg mark58150 at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 2 14:51:19 PST 2010


Right, $1995 is what i had seen elsewhere for the lease option down and that it includes one month's lease payment. Is that your understanding? 36 months is apparently the typical term. Is your 39 month term an option you chose?
Mark
--- On Thu, 12/2/10, Dave
 Salzman <salzmande at comcast.net> wrote:

From: Dave Salzman <salzmande at comcast.net>
Subject: [Oeva-list] Fwd: Leaf lease (was:  Fwd:  "Tax credit"
 ?)
To: "Oeva list" <oeva-list at oeva.org>
Date: Thursday, December 2, 2010, 1:50 PM

No Mark, it's more like delivery costs.
Dave

Begin forwarded
 message:
From: Mark Freidberg <mark58150 at yahoo.com>Date: December 1, 2010 9:56:17 PM PSTTo:
 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

Guys,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,
Dave

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From: "Steve Bonds" <bbmdw9mnrq at snkmail.com>Date: October 23, 2010 12:56:40 AM PDTTo: oeva-list at oeva.orgSubject: 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 adequately
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 "incentive"?
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 small
commission for handling the paperwork, and take it as a discounted price.
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
what.

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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