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2012 Nissan Leaf - Lease at $180 for 24 mos w/$0 down

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jschuman
8/27/12 12:07 AM
Any thoughts on the $18x/mo 24 mo lease on the 2012 Nissan Leaf? (with 0 down). Linky or LInky

Just happen to see this advertised this weekend, seems like a good deal when you factor in the gas savings.

I need to be careful, I may talk myself into one.
WikiPost
8/27/12 12:07 AM
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miserly
8/27/12 12:51 AM
looks like a good deal if you can get it. around here, $3000 down and $289/mo in nor cal.
jschuman
8/27/12 12:54 AM
miserly said:   

looks like a good deal if you can get it. around here, $3000 down and $289/mo in nor cal.

Exactly, that was the pricing last month.
Zumi
8/27/12 1:53 AM
We love ours, I'd grab one at that price.
minpa
8/27/12 8:22 AM
If you click on the add its down to $174.00

Guess somebody wants them off the lot ASAP.

http://findnsave.stltoday.com/Local-Ads/a-22981/Bommarito-Nissan...
homerj31
8/27/12 8:32 AM
how much to get the charging station at home?
Bowen
8/27/12 9:22 AM
My Brother loves his. And as much as I'm against leasing, I might consider one for that price...
Scottiedug
8/27/12 10:39 AM
Crazy cheap price but I am guessing you will also need to fork out the cost of the charging station rather than have that rolled into the lease? I believe that was around $2200. Unless you want to plug it into your 110V which takes 20 hours from empty. Either way, a lot of technology for $174 per month!
biomedica
8/27/12 11:05 AM
How much would the savings be? Comparing gasoline costs with the electricity?
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