Hoosier said:I just checked the Toyota website. The lease deal is gone! The only deals available on the Rav4 Ev is 90 days no payments.
davewill said:Does anyone know what the CARB credit situation is for these holdovers? I'm thinking that Toyota no longer has a big incentive to see these sold, and there will be no lease deal to help them move.
TonyWilliams said:I think this is the time of the party when we start folding the chairs and turning out the lights. Toyota, we hope the fool cell game only goes 5 years, instead of 10-20.
laguna_b said:My beautiful RAV4 EV 2014 was involved in a head on collision. It protected me except for broken hand so I had to look into the used market. The good news is there are a ton of them coming early off lease after people have exhausted tax credits and decided range issues were a problem. Buyer beware that the battery was not abused. My test is to drop the battery to about 15 miles and measure how much it will take to refill. I bought a 2014 first leased in 7/14. 14k miles...$35k from Carmax with a 5 day return policy so I could check battery. My Juicebox gives me exact numbers on KWHrs. I showed 40.7 KWHrs with 17 miles left when I started so I figure that was about 5-6 KWHrs at the start and I did extended charge. I suspect 2-3KWHrs went to battery heating as the night was cold. 48F
Anyone have any comments? Like my test?
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