So my wife was able to get signed up by a market research company here in Denver for looking at all electric cars. I stopped by the local Nissan Dealer to look at a Leaf, the only other EV dealer was Ford and I really don't even fit in a Focus.
I was pleasantly surprised by the car overall, a couple of things that I noticed were that it does not offer dual zone AC and anyone who drives with someone else in the car knows that often they like a different temp than the other person. The other issue was the lack of liquid cooling which really surprised me to tell the truth.
The dealer was offering about 2K off the sticker price plus the usual tax credits, one nice thing they did offer was to apply the state credit to the price of the car since in Colorado it is 5K.
The price did not work out, now another dealer that reached out to my via an online request has offered me pretty much the same car with 10K off. I am waiting to see if they were including tax credits or not if not it is an easy choice the car lists for 38K-10 is 28 minus the 7500 and 5K state brings the car down to $15,500, to me that is pretty much a no brainer I would just need to figure out the best way to plug in the car using the plug from my dryer until I can get someone to move it to my garage.
Right now I have 70K miles on my 2013 CMAX that I purchased in June of 2014, due to the 6 yr zero interest loan I am just about even with the cars trade in value and what I owe, about 5K.
There is also the possibility of a 3K local energy company rebate.