In my area of CA, for me, I'd only be eligible for Federal tax credit ($7500) and PG&E clean fuel rebate ($800 at https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/s ... icles.page). I make way too much $ to qualify for the $2000 CA CVRP (https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/eligible-vehicles) and there's no darn way we'd have any local air district incentive or rebate. I guess our air quality would really need to tank for any chance of the latter.
Too bad you do not have anything other than a few anecdotes to back up your assertion.
I just purchased a SL+ and a number of dealerships had internet pricing after rebates at $24-$28. When I contacted most of these dealerships to get information on the specific rebates they either included the federal rebate already, wouldn't provide the information or let me know that I wouldn't qualify for all of them.danrjones wrote: ↑Tue Jul 28, 2020 9:59 amI know my closest dealer, as of earlier this week, still had 3 2019 SV plus's sitting on there lot.
In my area in CA you have 4 rebates and credits:
Fed tax credit, CA rebate, SCE rebate, Local Air district Rebate
Those add up to 14k+
The three at the dealer are priced at around "asking" 35k. So before any negotiation you would walk out at 21k, not including tax title and tags.
Realistically though I'm betting you could talk them down to as low as 30k. The math then would be 30k * 1.09 (Tax, etc) - 14k
=18.7k out the door (rough math)
That's not bad! My 2018 SV was 15.5k out the door last may.
What did you buy, and what was the OTD cost before and after tax credits ?