FYI Georgia Residents: Lease a new Nissan Leaf for two years for free

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Deals like this have popped up recently in several states for the Nissan Leaf. Here's one for Georgia:

The deal is $235/mo lease for two years with a $5k tax credit from the state. The total payments are $5640 (plus tax). If you factor in gas savings, depending on how much you drive, you could actually MAKE money buying this car. Florida needs to get in on this tax credit thing.


More info: http://slickdeals.net/f/6559500-geo...leaf-s-for-235-mo-with-vpp-or-259-without-vpp
 
Only Caveat: Requires you to have a qualifying Nissan Vehicle Purchase Program (VPP) proof via your employer or other source.


wtf is that about?
 
Deals like this have popped up recently in several states for the Nissan Leaf. Here's one for Georgia:

The deal is $235/mo lease for two years with a $5k tax credit from the state. The total payments are $5640 (plus tax). If you factor in gas savings, depending on how much you drive, you could actually MAKE money buying this car. Florida needs to get in on this tax credit thing.


More info: http://slickdeals.net/f/6559500-geo...leaf-s-for-235-mo-with-vpp-or-259-without-vpp

My coworker has 2. I talked about it months ago in the car thread iirc.
 
You also get to ride in the HOV lanes as a single occupant even on the toll roads for free here.
 
Deals like this have popped up recently in several states for the Nissan Leaf. Here's one for Georgia:

The deal is $235/mo lease for two years with a $5k tax credit from the state. The total payments are $5640 (plus tax). If you factor in gas savings, depending on how much you drive, you could actually MAKE money buying this car. Florida needs to get in on this tax credit thing.


More info: http://slickdeals.net/f/6559500-geo...leaf-s-for-235-mo-with-vpp-or-259-without-vpp

Florida doesnt have income tax...