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This might change the dynamic here. Anyone have any luck on finding out whether Nissan is willing to pass through the $7500 tax credit on a lease?

A Treasury Department spokesperson told CR that most traditional leases would qualify for a $7,500 commercial credit not subject to the myriad requirements that must be met to qualify for the consumer new vehicle credit. Among those are requirements that buyers meet income restrictions, the vehicle is priced below a certain amount, and it’s made in North America. In the case of a lease, the dealer would receive the commercial credit, not the person leasing the vehicle, and it would be up to the dealer to pass those savings on to the consumer.
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This might change the dynamic here. Anyone have any luck on finding out whether Nissan is willing to pass through the $7500 tax credit on a lease?



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I have not read that Nissan has changed their lease format since these latest guidelines by the IRS were released. IMO the current Ariya lease program is a non starter for many since there is no residual buy out provision at the end of the lease.
 

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I have not read that Nissan has changed their lease format since these latest guidelines by the IRS were released. IMO the current Ariya lease program is a non starter for many since there is no residual buy out provision at the end of the lease.
Wow!

I'm not a tax guy, but lease tax code used to stipulate that for an auto lease to be deductable as a business expense (if anybody cares), it had to include a fair market value residual buyout.
 
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