Electric car buyers can offset much, perhaps all, of the price premium through generous federal and state incentives. Here's how.
As the LEAF price starts below $30,000, and the $7,500 federal tax credit still applies, the price of the LEAF becomes really attractive.
A quick check LEAF offers in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, and New York City turns up a $219/mo lease and $2,000 NMAC cash offer for qualified buyers. Offers...
This month Honda introduces the 2018 model year Clarity Electric with a lower monthly lease payment for $199 (previously it was $269).
Since the 2018 Nissan LEAF isn't selling all that well in the U.S., the $3,000 rebate is now popping up in more states.
AEP Ohio, American Electric Power (AEP) company, also announced $3,000 off the Nissan LEAF price for its Ohio-based customers.
The recent $3,000 rebate on the new 2018 Nissan LEAF available for Green Mountain Power customers in Vermont spread to other utilities.
ClipperCreek is now offering a more affordable home charging station (EVSE) option, opening up sales of warrantied used units.
With this $3,000 rebate added to the $7,500 federal tax credit, some people can enjoy more than one-third off an all-new 2018 Nissan LEAF.
According to new data, the Nissan LEAF is the biggest 5-year depreciator among cars right now, which means a used one could be a steal.
Now you can get $10,000 off any new 2017 or 2018 BMW i3 in California, as long as you're a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) customer.
BMW introduced a bold $10,000 purchase incentive for all the i3 and i3s versions (with or without REx) to SCE customers and employees
Now that we know it's official EPA ratings, perhaps it's time to consider signing a lease deal for the new-generation of the Nissan LEAF.
After repeated delays, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has finally arrived at U.S. dealerships and it's already being heavily discounted by at least one dealer.
It's nice to see organizations offering special EV rebates for people that are the bedrocks of our community and serve as role models for our children.