Assuming this is a US car, what is the status of the $7500 federal tax credit?Suggest me where I can get this price
I believe if it has been titled the original purchaser gets it.Assuming this is a US car, what is the status of the $7500 federal tax credit?
And I assume this car has been titled so you will be claiming the $7500 Federal rebate for yourself?It would help to post your location.
I understand your point on taxes and the federal EV credit. But, people who have a low tax liability and who don't want to lease a new vehicle to get the credit up front seriously narrows your market for a car over $40,000. A used car with a couple thousand miles on it, stripped of the rebate, realistically is not worth what you paid for it, including taxes. Possibly if there was an ID.4 shortage. I wish you good luck.
If i may ask what was the reason behind...going back to ICE or more luxury EV.Checked with them too. were peak last month .. but now dropping .
If i may ask what was the reason behind...going back to ICE or more luxury EV.
That's a better price than Vroom offered, they offered $38K for a FE w/ 2000 miles.Sold to Carvana 41