Lothsahn wrote:garyd9 wrote:No such luck here. Here's a link to the flyer for the utility sponsored rebate. (I'm a customer, not an employee): https://duquesnelight.com/docs/default- ... il-dlc.pdf
Pretty sure you get the rebate.
"Yes" on the rebate. My "no such luck" was in reference to "...comes with a pre-negotiated price discount for the car if PA’s program mirrors Ohio"
As far as I've been able to determine (and what dealers are telling me) is that I'd pay the dealer price (usually ~1500 lower than nissan MSRP) minus the 3500 rebate. Then I'd send the state of PA some paperwork and they'd mail me a check for 1750 (state rebate) and then I'd have a 7500 credit when I do my 2019 taxes (and my "taxes owed" are usually quite a bit higher than 7500.)
Additional costs would be (as far as I've been able to determine so far):
~$100 for a GOOD ODBII reader (only if my $20 bluetooth one doesn't work with leaf spy)
$15 for leaf spy pro (because I don't think "torque pro" would be useful in an EV)
~$750 - 800 for a level 2 EVSE (includes cost of equipment/parts and beer/pizza for the electrician friend.)
~??? all weather floor mats (at least for the driver foot well.)