Electric Cars: Nissan Leaf offer for Cornell Employees

Limited time offer is ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST...

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As part of the effort to accelerate clean transportation alternatives, Sustainable Westchester, and EarthKind Energy are coordinating with Cornell’s Campus Sustainability Office to offer Cornell University employees a special rebate on the purchase of a new 2017 Nissan LEAF electric vehicle!

Cornell University Employees can now save:
$10,000 OFF MSRP
+ $1,700 NYS rebate
+ $7,500 Federal Tax Credit
= $19,200 Total Discounts

on a NEW Nissan LEAF!

To receive a $10,000 rebate (off MSRP):

  • Email Ron Kamen: Ron@EarthKindEnergy.com. Type “Nissan Leaf Cornell Discount” in the subject field.
  • Ron will send you a discount flyer with the dealer information and a certificate.
  • Then simply show the flyers & your college ID to the participating Nissan dealer to get the discount. While the closest participating dealer is Hoselton Nissan in Rochester, NY – they will deliver your new Leaf to your home or workplace!

This limited time offer is ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST (down to under 300 Leafs left in the program!) and cannot be combined with any other Nissan special lease, APR, or Rebate.

BENEFITS:

  • Helps mitigate the >30% of New York State's Greenhouse Gas emissions that come from transportation
  • 100% Electric Nissan LEAF
  • Up to 107‐mile range
  • 30 kWh battery
  • No gasoline, no oil changes ‐ EVER! No Spark Plugs or Check Engine Light.
  • $10,000 Discount + $1,700 NYS rebate + $7,500 Federal Tax Credit
  • 8 yr. / 100K (whichever occurs first) limited battery warranty
  • Plug in at night – wake up every morning with a full charge!
  • How much $ can you save with an Electric Vehicle? https://www.nissanusa.com/leaf‐electric‐car/savings‐calculator

Is a Nissan Leaf right for you? Here’s a helpful evaluation tool http://content.sierraclub.org/evguide/pick-a-plugin. Please consider that employees should NOT count on the ability to charge EVs on campus (you may live close enough that you won’t need to!), and become familiar with sustainable campus commuting options https://ipp.cornell.edu/content/getting-around and campus charging stations https://ipp.cornell.edu/content/electric-and-green-vehicle-parking.

For additional info on the federal tax credit:https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/how-does-the-electric-car-tax-credit-work

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