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Dear Fisker Family,

The American politicians and their Lobbyists (GM & Ford & UAW.)
really like to complicate the NEW EV Tax Credit

The Fisker Ocean Sport & Ultra models will qualify for the full $5,000 rebate
(CDN Cost will be below $70,000)

The Canada Federal Government EV Tax Rebate is $5,000

In addition, the progressive Provincial Government give an additionally EV Rebate

QUEBEC Province: up to $7,000 dollars


British Columbia Province: up to $4,000 dollars (EV Rebate)


ONTARIO province: ZERO EV REBATE

SINCE the FORD provincial government doesn't believe in EV Rebates
(even though it was a Revenue Neutral program by precious Liberal govt)

OTHER CANADIAN PROVINCES: ZERO EV REBATES
 

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Remember, even if you option the Ultra trim up to a price >$70k it will still receive the rebate as the options do not factor into the price max. Only the trim level MSRP is used. I can see this happening easily with a fancy paint, 22" wheels, Smart Traction, and an extra 10 key fobs.
 

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if you option the Ultra trim up to a price >$70k it will still receive the rebate
That what makes the Canadian EV rebate so enticing!
Fisker Ocean ULTRA will become the No #1 version in Canada
 

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Dear Fisker Family,

The American politicians and their Lobbyists (GM & Ford & UAW.)
really like to complicate the NEW EV Tax Credit

The Fisker Ocean Sport & Ultra models will qualify for the full $5,000 rebate
(CDN Cost will be below $70,000)

The Canada Federal Government EV Tax Rebate is $5,000

In addition, the progressive Provincial Government give an additionally EV Rebate

QUEBEC Province: up to $7,000 dollars


British Columbia Province: up to $4,000 dollars (EV Rebate)


ONTARIO province: ZERO EV REBATE

SINCE the FORD provincial government doesn't believe in EV Rebates
(even though it was a Revenue Neutral program by precious Liberal govt)

OTHER CANADIAN PROVINCES: ZERO EV REBATES
You should update this post. The other Canadian provinces are not zero. In fact, a couple of the Atlantic Canadian provinces have some of the more robust rebates currently.

Aside from that, I have not been able to find anything confirming the Fisker will be eligible for the federal rebate yet. I know it will be under the $70,000 threshold, but are there other factors like requiring the cars to be purchased through a brick and mortar dealer perhaps? This might explain why there are no Teslas on the list currently either. Does anyone have and verified information on this (as opposed to what we think or suspect)?
 

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You should update this post. The other Canadian provinces are not zero. In fact, a couple of the Atlantic Canadian provinces have some of the more robust rebates currently.

Aside from that, I have not been able to find anything confirming the Fisker will be eligible for the federal rebate yet. I know it will be under the $70,000 threshold, but are there other factors like requiring the cars to be purchased through a brick and mortar dealer perhaps? This might explain why there are no Teslas on the list currently either. Does anyone have and verified information on this (as opposed to what we think or suspect)?
Tesla's aren't on the list because they don't qualify. The cheapest model 3 in Canada is $59990.

The Ocean won't be on the izev list until they start production, or maybe even deliveries.
 

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Tesla's aren't on the list because they don't qualify. The cheapest model 3 in Canada is $59990.

The Ocean won't be on the izev list until they start production, or maybe even deliveries.
Yeah, but the MSRP threshold has been raised to $70,000 without trim upgrades. Yet the Tesla still isn’t on the eligible list. I just wonder why.
 

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You should update this post. The other Canadian provinces are not zero
Ok, Here's the update, especially for the other Canadian provinces

BTW, the Fisker Ocean will qualify for the Federal EV rebate because the MSRP
will begin at $43,999 CDN (Ocean Sport).

a station wagon, pickup truck (light truck), sport utility vehicle (SUV), minivan, van, or special purpose vehicle, where the base model Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is less than $60,000; and
higher priced trims of these vehicles, up to a maximum MSRP of $70,000, will also be eligible for purchase incentives.

Canada Federal Government EV Rebate

For businesses: enhanced capital cost allowances (CCAs) enable a higher deduction in the year that an electric vehicle is put on the road (up to 100% of $59,000, for vehicles acquired between January 1, 2022 and December 31, 2023).

Québec
Up to $7,000 rebate for vehicles with a base price (MSRP*) under $60,000
(delivered on July 1, 2022 or later.)
Vehicles with a base price (MSRP*) under $60,000
( delivered by June 30, 2022 are eligible for a rebate up to $8,000.)

The MSRP maximum threshold for a vehicle to be eligible increased from $60,000 to $65,000

Newfoundland & Labrador
Up to $2,500 on the purchase or lease of a battery-electric vehicle, through March 15, 2022.

Ontario
No Ev Rebate


Canada Federal
Up to $5,000 rebate for individuals purchasing vehicles with a base MSRP* under $45,000 before including delivery centre fees. Trims of the same Model qualify up to MSRP* $55,000

British Columbia
Up to $3,000 rebate for vehicles with a base MSRP* under $55,000
(while funds are available.)
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New Brunswick
Up to $5,000 rebate for vehicles with a base MSRP* under $45,000
(before including delivery centre fees.)
Trims of the same Model qualify up to MSRP* $55,000,


Nova Scotia
Up to $3,000 rebate for vehicles with a base MSRP* under $45,000
(before including delivery centre fees.)
Trims of the same Model qualify up to MSRP* $55,000


Yukon
Up to $5,000 rebate for all trims of vehicle models that have at least one trim of that model with an MSRP* under $55,000.
Rebate of up to $1,500 to reimburse shipping costs associated with the import of a used electric vehicle to Yukon

Tesla Models and Trim
Model 3 Standard Range .........$44,999 (No longer available)
Model 3 RWD .................................$59,990
Model 3 Long Range Dual Motor $75,000
Model 3 Long Range Performance $82,000
Model Y Long Range Dual Motor ...$82,000
Model Y Performance Dual Motor $90,000
 

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Canada Federal
Up to $5,000 rebate for individuals purchasing vehicles with a base MSRP* under $45,000 before including delivery centre fees. Trims of the same Model qualify up to MSRP* $55,000
Hey Blu, nice work on all of the provinces. This one is not correct anymore though. This is the old limit for ALL passenger vehicles. The new limits are as you posted above for a wagon/truck/suv/van at $60k for the base and not to exceed $70k for any higher trim.
For a car/sedan, the limit is $55k for the base trim and $65k for higher trims. The Model 3 does not qualify under these new limits either, as the lowest trim sold in Canada is $59990. It used to be much cheaper when it launched and that's why all of the early adopters got the rebates.
 
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