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Post by cr12330 » Sat, 16 May 2015, 00:06

Just been talking with Nissan about get a price.

2012 Nissan LEAF ZE0 Reduction Gear brand new
Colour     BRILLIANT SILVER METALLIC

Build Date:             August 2012
Compliance Date:     April 2015

Said that if they rego it driveway it would be $34,990 but if you live interstate they said they could do it cheaper with transport for $33,000

His going to call me back on Monday or Tuesday for more info, if anyone interested I can find out more details, its a bit out of my budget.

http://www.carsales.com.au/bncis/detail ... 4673/?Cr=6

I'm not going to buy it but PM me if you keen and I'm happy to see the price I could get it for you if your in the market for one.

Thank you

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Post by offgridQLD » Sat, 16 May 2015, 15:31

Why are we being sold 2012 (build date) model Nissan leaf's mid 2015?
Are there 2013,14,15 (build date) models available if people want them?

I know If the cars specifications haven't changed at all over the years then it doesn't matter as your getting a identical new car. Though battery's have a calender life and the batterys were new in 2012 so several years of that have been consumed.

$35,000....whats the RRP on a 2015 model? Or don't we have that option in Australia and we just get sold the old stock?Image

I'm not knocking the idea of purchasing new old stock (I did the same with the Imiev 2012 (build date) Purchased as a new car in 2013 (so I lost 1 years calender life on the bank) But at 1/2 RRP)

It has got me thinking will they be selling 2012 (build date) leafs as new cars in 2020 at only modest discounts Image

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Post by T1 Terry » Sat, 16 May 2015, 17:09

This article http://www.carshowroom.com.au/news/niss ... er-40-000/says you can buy a new Leaf for $39,990 with Nissan vendor finance, so $33,000 is a $7,000 discount for buying new/old stock.... but the battery pack degradation does need to be added to the equation, especially as the vehicle has been in a hotter climate all that time so the heat effect would have been greater there than say Hobart.

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Post by Simon » Sat, 16 May 2015, 20:45

I think Nissan need to be pricing these old stock Leafs for under $30,000 if they want to sell them. Think there should be some ex lease Leafs on the market soon too?
There were some well priced Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV's for under $35,000 recently. They had done some km though.

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Post by reecho » Sun, 17 May 2015, 02:41

Agreed $30k is reasonable...but they are 2012 built cars.

Seems absolutely ludicrous that they still want to trickle feed them at the same RRP since May 2013.

Don't forget these cars will have a full warranty with them, but that is only 3 years. Not sure exactly if Nissan AU have greater provisions on the main pack such as capacity guarantee and extended warranty.

EDIT: Battery Warranty is 5 years....see below...

I would be interested in the 2nd gen cars if they can come at the same $$$. I think i'm not the only one. The only problem here is Nissan.


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Post by cr12330 » Sun, 17 May 2015, 17:16

reecho wrote: Agreed $30k is reasonable...but they are 2012 built cars.

Seems absolutely ludicrous that they still want to trickle feed them at the same RRP since May 2013.

Don't forget these cars will have a full warranty with them, but that is only 3 years. Not sure exactly if Nissan AU have greater provisions on the main pack such as capacity guarantee and extended warranty.

EDIT: Battery Warranty is 5 years....see below...

I would be interested in the 2nd gen cars if they can come at the same $$$. I think i'm not the only one. The only problem here is Nissan.


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Yes Agree under 30K, I will speak with him and express our interest, can't hurt trying, I'll ask about the Gen 2 would becoming out. Do you guys think this car here worth $25K now?

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Post by T1 Terry » Sun, 17 May 2015, 17:22

I think if you got it at $29,990 drive away no more to pay with their usual servicing agreements etc you would be getting a good deal. You would need to double check regarding the 5 yr battery warranty was from date of purchase, not date of build, but apart from that, it may be 3 yrs since it was built, but it is still a new car

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Post by cr12330 » Thu, 21 May 2015, 18:47

Still the Warranties will be running out for a 2010 i-miev and I don't see many i-miev 2010 or 2012 models coming online much on car sales or gumtree. Should I wait for a Leaf to get cheaper? I was thinking of purchasing an EV by September or by the end of the year and if I could pick up a brand new leaf for $25K lol 2012 built car, would that be worth waiting for? I heard that the Leafs Batteries are not as good as the i-miev and what with the solar charge panel that it has on it, any good? Thanks Joseph

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Post by cr12330 » Mon, 08 Jun 2015, 16:34

Sold, nice who ever brought it from Nissan Gold Coast. Only 5 new Leaf available, I hope they all sell soon so the Governments can see EV are more popular and put pressure to bring more into the country.

I think it went under $33K as well, Benny from Nissan Gold Coast was pushing it out of the lot, there were a couple people interested so I hope that this car will be prices at $30K soon so lets put more pressure on Nissan to get these sold.

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