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Discussion in 'Canada' started by steilkurve, Aug 16, 2018.
Do folks know if it applies to the Model 3 Performance? Thanks.
If the base price of the performance is considered to be between $75,000$ and 125,000$, the rebate will only be $3,000.
In the unlikely event it is considered a $64,000 Model + options the rebate will be $8,000.
I haven't checked the QC website for the 3, but based on how they treat performance upgrades in the S/X, it is likely they will cause the P3D to go over the threshold for the full $8,000.
Thanks. I did check the site and right now it does not specify variants for Model 3 (unlike for S and X) and just says $8000. Fingers crossed!
This qualifies as one of those "don't ask" questions.
Must be tough for people living in Ottawa seeing EV's with Quebec license plates. Difficult to cheat the system though. Having 2 driver's license is illegal and even if you had a friend buy one, insurance might be a problem.
Another reason why a federal program would be preferable but wouldn't hold my breathe for that...
I'm happy it seems as if the P3 is considered a regular 3 + performance option, so the full $8,000 rebate should apply.
Now says only $3,000 for the performance model, unfortunately.
You can still add $20,000 in options to a $74,000 base BMW SUV PHEV offering only 23 km in all electric range without being penalized, but this Model 3 upgrade is black-listed.
A "kit-bag question." When your army drill instructor tells your class to form up in 5 minutes for a 10 mile run, and one dumb recruit asks "With our full kit bag or without?"