Charge Up Your Driving Experience with an Electric Vehicle

Intelligent Mobility – Electric vehicles nearly 50% off

 Plug-in vehicles have lower maintenance costs compared to gasoline vehicles, and they can save an average of $500/year on fuel costs. Now for a limited time, and with federal and state incentives combined, you can get a better deal than ever on a new plug-in electric vehicle. The Green Bank is currently promoting an additional manufacturer incentive from Nissan for their all-electric Leaf, which can create overall savings of almost 50% off.

Trim Leaf S Leaf SV Leaf SL
 MSRP $29,990 $32,490 $36,200

 Destination/Handling

     $895

     $895

     $895

  Total savings (up to)

Nissan rebate (before 2019)  

Federal Tax Credit (up to)  

State rebate (CHEAPR program)  

$14,000

    $5,000

    $7,500

    $1,500

$14,000

    $5,000

    $7,500

    $1,500

$14,000

    $5,000

    $7,500

    $1,500

  Cost to customer* $16,885 $19,385 $23,095
  Savings off MSRP 47% 43% 39%

* Plus sales tax, registration fee, optional extras. Depreciation may also be a factor.

Get a summary of the 2019 Nissan Leaf’s features

Don’t forget, for average Connecticut drivers, you can save nearly $500 in fuel costs annually.**

Click here to receive a flyer with a redemption code. Take it to a Nissan dealer – along with a copy of your electricity bill – to receive your $5,000 purchase rebate!

Don’t let this deal pass you by! Buy any electric vehicle before New Year’s and you can claim up to $7,500 off your 2018 federal income taxes. (Leasing will result in a reduction in the lease cost)

 

 

 

** Annual savings on gas of $491 assumes the following: gasoline per gallon cost of $2.86; electric (gallon equivalent) of $1.90; Connecticut resident average annual vehicle miles traveled of 13,000; average driver vehicle miles per gallon of 25.4; and average gallons used of 512.