Nissan Introduces Consumer Loyalty Program On 2011-2012 LEAFs

Nissan Introduces Consumer Loyalty Program On 2011-2012 LEAFs

Do you own a 2011 or 2012 Nissan LEAF?  Are you thinking you might upgrade to the newer, cheaper, longer range 2013 LEAF?  Or just add another to the family fleet? (See bolded note at the bottom of this post if you're looking to save $1,000, but want to keep possession of your beloved 2011 or 2012 LEAF).

2013 Nissan LEAF Interior

2013 Nissan LEAF Interior

Nissan thinks you might be.  So, to sweetened the pot some, they are giving existing Nissan electric car owners $1,000 in bonus cash to be used against the purchase or lease of a new 2013 Nissan LEAF (or any other Nissan product).

This means that the new $28,800 entry level S model LEAF could be had for $27,800 before Federal and state incentives.  Inside a lease, this would bring the nationally advertised $199/36 month lease down to about $170.  As always deal can (and almost always will) sell for less.

“Most Nissan LEAF owners are new to the brand and have an average of 2.4 cars per household. With this program, we’re looking to welcome more family members to the brand and introduce them to our other vehicles,’” said Brendan Jones, Nissan director for EV marketing and infrastructure development.

Here is the fine print on qualifying (via Ray at Nissan Of Everett via mynissanleaf.com):

  • Offer valid on the purchase or lease of any new Nissan vehicle (excludes Infiniti)
  • Offer is transferable to members of the household/immediate family
  • Offer may be combined with any/all other offers available at the time of purchase
  • Offer is limited to one transaction (one lease or one retail sale)
  • Customer must provide their MY11 or MY12 Nissan LEAF VIN
Note: Owners of MY11 or MY12 Nissan LEAFs need not trade in their vehicles.  Simply by showing ownership, you or other members of your household/immediate family qualify for $1,000 in bonus cash.  So, if you want to hold on to your older LEAF, then that's fine, too.