New Nissan LEAFs For $10,600 In Colorado Black Friday Special

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Originally published on EV Obsession.

Black Friday offers this year will apparently apply to electric vehicles like the Nissan LEAF, going by recent reports.

In Northern Colorado, specifically, there is reportedly a Black Friday group-buy offer that will see 2015 Nissan LEAFs sold for just a bit more than $10,000 ($10,600, to be exact) — meaning, in other words, a discount of up to $21,000 off of the sticker price.

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The new group-buy promotional offer is the result of a partnership between Tynan’s Nissan and Drive Electric Northern Colorado (DENC), and begins starting on (of course) Friday, November 27th. It runs through the end of December (December 31st, 2015).

Here’s more information, coming via Green Car Congress:

Consumers in Fort Collins and Loveland, Colorado will have a special group-buy Black Friday opportunity to purchase a 2015 Nissan LEAF for just more than $10,000, saving up to $21,000 off the sticker price.

…Tynan’s Nissan will take $9,007 off the LEAF’s retail price. Coupled with a total of $13,500 in refundable electric vehicle tax credits — $6,000 through Colorado’s EV tax credit and $7,500 through the federal tax credit — buyers can expect to spend 65% below the LEAF’s retail price of $32,130.

Reportedly, residents of Northern Colorado who buy one of these Nissan LEAFs through the Black Friday group-buy program will also be given 24 months of free electric vehicle (EV) charging via the EVGo “No Charge To Charge” program. There are reportedly 11 such EV charging stations on the surrounding region. The program will also see Tynan’s Nissan offering its LEAF buyers up to 6 free days of gasmobile rental, for the times when longer distances need to be covered (road trips, etc).

This looks like a great offer for anyone who’s been on the fence about buying (or definitely planning to buy) a Nissan LEAF.

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19 thoughts on “New Nissan LEAFs For $10,600 In Colorado Black Friday Special

  • Throw in the $3,500 NMAC financing incentive and you almost have a free car. Coupled with a trade in, you might very well be driving the Leaf off the lot with a check in the glove box.

  • Heck, buy one, drive it for three years, then sell it for more than you paid. I wonder how many they are limiting it to. Stock on hand?

    • That was my thought exactly… this is the second one I’ve seen this year.

      Buy one now, drive it until the next deal, get another and sell the old one to someone out of state for more than you bought it for!

      That’s what I would do if I lived in Colorado. (Looking forward to these pulling down the used market!)

      • American enterprise Zack

    • I paid $12K for my Tacoma Pre-runner and sold it 6 years later for $10k, An advert on Craigs brought a dozen calls. I had the cash within hours. I then leased a Chevy EV and what I save in gas, pays the lease. There was no deposit, electricity in Palm Springs for EV’s is free and the insurance costs a little less. No maintenance after 14000 miles either, except for two tires. The car is faster off the line and handles as well as my neighbor’s Porsche 911. Zero emissions. What’s not to like?

  • Assume the value of the charging and this is a car that pays for itself in two years…

  • I do wonder how many they have. If one is available, don’t dilly-dally about the decision. I once bought a “bait” car (one that is offered at a give away price, but only one at this price, i.e. everyone else gets the switch part. Got there and asked “Do you still have it? Yes. Where can I sign?”).
    Hopefully they have several, and early birds might get to choose the color.

  • At that price ($10,600), what a steal.

    • Insane. I am just trying to figure out what the trick is. Or is it really just to roll out the 2015 inventory. IDK, but that is a hugely attractive sale.

  • what any one want more! only golf country can be such generous

  • Too bad this is only in Colorado. I’d buy one, but I don’t live there. I wonder if someone lived there, if they would buy it and then sell it to me.

  • Where is that?

  • Usually dealers include those incentives in the list price, even though not everyone qualifies

  • Very cool!!

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