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Unfortunately, consumer tax incentives for the purchase of plug in hybrids were not included. Ø In 2008, the House of Representatives will try once again to pass a renewable energy and energy efficiency tax credits bill that will include a tax credit for Plug in Hybrids.

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Nissan Leaf – Taking Reservations

Revenge of the Electric Car

After a federal tax credit and state rebate, the price of these cars will come out at around a cool 20k. Others include the Fisker Karma, the Aptera 2e, the Coda sedan, Chevy’s Volt and Tesla’s Model S. The Leaf’s suggested retail price of $32,780 drops to $25,280 after a $7,500 federal income tax credit. Others include the Fisker Karma, the Aptera 2e, the Coda sedan, Chevy’s Volt and Tesla’s Model S.

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What's it gonna take?

Plugs and Cars

Aptera went under. The least expensive, the Mitsu i, could be had in some places for less than $20,000 (with tax credits and rebates) while the Karma will set you back over $100K. It just might be up to us. Sales of plug-in cars are steady, but not overwhelming. The Volt has had to contend with the overblown battery fire incident and the production hiatus. Fisker is delivering the Karma, but not without glitches and its DOE loan is being questioned.

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Mini E Makes LA Debut

Revenge of the Electric Car

Tesla will be a common brand, with several well received models in all price ranges, and there will be a few proud owners of the original Apteras zipping along the freeways among all manner of new plug-in cars, trucks and even SUVs. The one question about whether the lessees can take the $7,500 tax credit is still to be determined.

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Electric-Car Fans Rally Around the Volt - Green Inc. Blog -

Tony Karrer Delicious EVdriven

The high cost of manufacturing the Volt is exactly why the tax credits of $2500 for a vehicle with 4 kWh of battery capacity and $417 for every kWh over 4 (so that there is a $7500 credit for the Volt) were legislated.

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