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New federal budget includes $300 million for zero-emission vehicle rebates
Canadians who want to drive “green” vehicles may now be eligible for rebates no matter where they live, thanks to a $300-million pledge from the federal Liberal government built into in its newly-released 2019 budget.
The funding will be spread over three years and will give buyers up to $5,000 against the purchase of zero-emission vehicles, which include battery-electric or hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.
Currently, only Quebec and British Columbia offer such rebates.
However, the federal purchase incentives will only apply to vehicles with a maximum purchase price of $45,000. At the moment, that includes small cars like the Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Bolt, Hyundai Ioniq, Kia Soul EV and Smart EQ.
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