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Rebates and Incentives (Vehicles)

MA DRIVERS GET $THOUSANDS$ BACK TO BUY OR LEASE AN EV!!

The Massachusetts Offers Rebates for Electric Vehicles (MOR-EV) Program provides the following stackable rebates:

    • $3,500 for new or used passenger EVs
    • $7,500 for EV trucks
    • $1,500 for eligible low-income residents
    • $1,000 for gasoline passenger vehicle trade-ins
    • This program helps residents save money on the purchase or lease of a qualifying plug-in Electric Vehicle (EV).
    • At participating dealers, you can apply for the MOR-EV rebate as a “point-of-sale reduction” when you purchase the vehicle. For a used EV, you have the option to apply for a prequalification voucher.  Visit the MOR-EV website to learn more.

GET UP TO $7,500 BACK ON FEDERAL TAXES!!

Reduce your net cost to buy or lease an electric vehicle with the federal tax credit.

  • Up to $7,500 for a new EV and up to $4,000 for a used EV.

  • These tax incentives must now be registered for or taken at the point-of-sale.

  • You must purchase your new or used EV from a dealership that has also registered with the IRS. Otherwise, it will not qualify for the tax credit.

  • The dealership must submit a time-of-sale report with buyer and vehicle details to the IRS Energy Credits Online portal.

  • Make sure you receive a time-of-sale report and the IRS tax credit confirmation from the dealer.

  • For leased vehicles, the credit is taken by the leasing company and some or all of it is passed on to the consumer as a lease cost reduction. This is negotiated at the time of sale.
  • There are very specific personal and vehicle eligibility requirements for each program: 

New Vehicles Used Vehicles

Check on the status of the federal EV tax credit by vehicle model.

For definitive information on your federal EV tax credit eligibility, please consult with a qualified tax advisor.

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