I know this might sound stupid so I apologize in advance, but do you think it might be cheaper if I just tried to get a new battery?cwerdna wrote: ↑Fri Dec 20, 2019 10:08 pmIoniq Electric falls short of your range criteria and it's n/a in your state anyway.
https://fueleconomy.gov/feg/Find.do?act ... 0&id=42191
Given the small quantities of HyunKia EVs sold in the US, I suspect inventory is small and thus you might not be able to get a great deal. But, they still have the full tax credit.
I don't know where in TX you are, but I picked a random McAllen zip code and came up with https://www.kia.com/us/en/inventory/res ... &year=2019. Seems like the closest is in San Antonio.
I read on here that it cost 5,000 for a new battery but I was thinking that might be cheaper than financing another car.
Maybe they can offer me it a discount on it since I only have it for two years and down to 10 bars?