One of the many hurdles that can make buying an electric car challenging is the cost of entry. Unfortunately, most EVs -- even the most affordable ones -- still well exceed the cheapest internal combustion vehicles, but, according to a report published by Car and Driver on Tuesday, there might be another way.
By another way, we mean that there is a Nissan dealer in Springfield, Virginia, offering a two-year, 10,000-mile lease on a brand new Nissan Leaf for just 99 cents. It doesn't get any cheaper than that, right? Well, there's a catch, and it's kind of a big one: To get this sweet lease deal, you also have to buy a new Nissan Titan.
Yep, you have to buy a full-size 2020 or 2021 Titan pickup truck from Hart Nissan to get a little EV on the cheap. What makes this even more of a bummer is that the Titan, with its ancient 5.6-liter naturally aspirated V8,compared to the competition, even after its 2020 refresh.
Hart plans on keeping this deal going through June, so if you're in the market for a pickup and want a bonus EV, then friend, you had better hie thee hence to Springfield, Virginia.