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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-28-2018, 09:18 AM Thread Starter
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I've been thinking about a Model X for a while now, but the ipace has me wanting to test drive it.


I know that Tesla will be running out of the 7500 tax credit (goes to 3500 i think). But I assume Jag has plenty of the 7500 left?


I'd like to buy end of year so I can get the credit back asap...
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That all has to do the Feds, and any state or utility programs.
The i-Pace is the first plug-in Jaguar in the USA. AFAIK, the world. So they have 200,000 credits.

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From what I have read Tesla have been prioritising deliveries to Canada recently, so perhaps that means that the 200,000th shipment in USA will be in July. I think that that means that the taper doesn't start until the end of the quarter FOLLOWING that quarter? If that's right then that would mean a December 2018 vehicle was entitled, if that's wrong then it would need to be September 2018 latest
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Yes, Canada has been flooded with Tesla 3 deliveries in June.
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I'm not sure I can justify the $20k or so a X75D is over an iPace... and when you throw in the 7500 it's even more of a gap.


I sold my 2013 Model S a few weeks ago, thinking I'd get a Model X at some point, but the ipace makes a strong argument...
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I'm not sure I can justify the $20k or so a X75D is over an iPace... and when you throw in the 7500 it's even more of a gap.
More like a 10k difference with similar options, though many options aren't available on the Tesla. Do you own a home business? That makes the X pricing a lot better. It can also make the 7500 credit useless.
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An X75D the way I want is $95,250
The iPace the way I want is $80,270k

$14,980 difference. + 6% registration, so there is another $890. (PA)
$16,870 difference out the door. You'll forgive me rounding


Then you have to calculate tax credits.

Jag = $7500
Tesla = possible $7500 or $3500....


I cannot leverage the X hummer loophole.

Which makes the iPace a very interesting car to me...
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So for CA residents, these are incentives for Jaguar i-Pace:

Federal: $7,500 (if buying federal tax deduction, if leasing reducing the capital cost)
State: $2,500 (depends on gross income eligibility: $150,000 for single filers, $204,000 for head-of-household filers, $300,000 for joint filers)
SCE Customers: $450
Other utility companies: ???

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Do people making under 300k buy 90k automobiles???
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