I have been looking at buying a EV and been trying to do my reserach on the best option. I live in Arizona, which really has no state incentives other than an ability to get an HOV lane plate. The local utility has a $3000 incentive on the Nissan Leaf. The usage is going to be around 25 miles round trip daily during week days (work and back), plus some additional errands, say 200 miles a week. Choices: 1) Telsa 3, say I get it in 5 months, about $60,000 out of the door, I believe it is over hyped and not really sure that I want to put down so much now (so I am not interested in the Jaugar i-pace either due to high price) 2) Nissan Leaf 2018 , about $3-5000 of MSRP, so say $33,000 out of the door for a SV which is about $say 250 on a lease 3) BMW i3, dealer is at bout $350 for a 3 year lease with $2500 down 4) Talked to the Ford dealer for a Focus, but seem to show no interest really, it would be a custom order and not sure Ford wants to see this car. 5) Hyundai dealer told me they do not sell such cars in Arizona, but if I were to buy it in California, I could get it serviced here. 6) Mixed feelings about the Bolt. Seems a little over priced and the dealers do not have much stock and do not seem to want to really push it. May be like the Focus not a priority I am just mulling over options, should I wait for a year or two for more cars to be available or the shadowy Tesla model 3 for $35,000, lease a car today and wait it out for say 3 years before I actually buy one, or take a plunge now and the most attractive appears to the Leaf. What I am told is manufacturer lease and lending rates are much better in California. So any ideas or suggestions welcome.