- Tucson Hybrid & PHEV ($5k - $7k + 2 years extra warrenty on four hybrid trims. $8k - $10k + Free wallbox on the PHEV, which enters rebate teriroty)
- Santa Fe Hybrid & PHEV ($14k - 15k off 3x hybrid trims plus a 2 year warranty extension, $15k off the PHEV and a free wallbox)
- Kona Hybrid ($3k - 5k off two trims)
- Santa Fe non hybrid ($5k - $11k off six trims)
- Tucson non hybrid ($4k - $10k off 11 trims)
- Staria Load / People mover. ($9k of 2 seat manual, $7k off 2 seat auto, $6k off base passenger van, $5k off the AWD passenger van)
- Ioniq 5 EV ($11,000 off 73kWh RWD, which brings it into rebate territory)
Free Wallbox charger with:
- Ioniq 5 (excl the 73kWH RWD, which gets an $11000 discount instead)
- Ioniq 6
- Santa Fee PHEV
2 year warranty extension on:
Great to see some deals coming back to the new car marketplace after the pandemic related supply tightness.
Best deals are the price cuts on EV's and PHEV's which bring the price below the $80k rebate cap (might need to check on what ORC's are) Like the Ioniq 5 I put in the headline. (Frankly the Ioniq 5 Long range 2wd needs to be rebate eligible to compete with the Kia EV6 & Tesla model Y.
First pricing I have seen of the Ioniq 6. Base model will be under $80k so rebate eligible.
Remember as per my other post, government changes to the clean car standard are going to increase the effective price of most cars come July 1.
didnt realise staria has 4wd option, 17k a bit step tho