Canadian Provinces are encouraging the adoption of plug-in electric cars with incentives!
The government of Ontario offers up to $14,000 off the purchase of an electric car, up to $1,000 off the purchase and installation of a home charging station and a green license plate that allows drivers to use high-occupancy vehicle/toll (HOV/HOT) lanes when driving alone. The amount each car receives is based on four factors: 1. battery size, 2. number of passengers, 3. vehicle price (including trim) and 4. duration of lease.
FULLY ELECTRIC CARS
- BMW i3: Up To $13,000
- Ford Focus EV: Up To $14,000
- Chevrolet BOLT: Up To $14,000
- Hyundai IONIQ Electric: Up To $14,000
- Kia Soul EV: Up To $14,000
- Mitsubishi i-MiEV: Up To $10,000
- Nissan LEAF: Up To $14,000
- Tesla Model S: Up To $14,000
- Tesla Model X: Up To $14,000
PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC CARS
- Audi A3 Sportback e-tron: Up to $8,095
- BMW i3 REX: Up To $13,000
- BMW i8: Up To $3,000
- BMW X5 xDrive40e: Up to $8,460
- BMW 330e: Up To $7,730
- BMW 740Le: Up to $3,000
- Ford C-Max Energi: Up To $7,730
- Ford Fusion Energi: Up To $7,730
- Chevrolet VOLT: Up To $14,000
- Chrysler Pacifica PHEV: Up to $14,000
- Hyundai Sonata PHEV: Up To $8,460
- Mercedes-Benz S550E: Up To $3,000
- Porsche Cayenne S E Hybrid: Up To $3,000
- Porsche Panamera S E Hybrid: Up To $3,000
- Volvo XC90 T8 Twin-Engine: Up To $3,000
The government of Québec offers a rebate of up to $8,000 off the purchase of an electric car and 50% off the cost for buying and installing a charging station up to a maximum of $600. For more information, visit Government of Québec.
The government of British Columbia offers a rebate of up to $5,000 off a fully electric car and up to $2,500 off a plug-in hybrid electric car. For more information, visit Clean Energy Vehicles British Columbia.
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