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The 4xe currently meets all requirements fir the fed $7500 tax credit. However, one of the criteria in the tax code is the manufacturer must have sold less than 200,000 vehicles that qualify. Right now it qualifies but when you add the sales of the Pacifica Hybrid, I’m not sure where Chrysler is with sales on these vehicles.
it was stated in another thread, and I believe it's about 28k have been sold.
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I wish we could get the black hardtop. I'm not a fan of the painted top.

4xe should qualify for the $7500 if the Toyato Rav 4 prime is going to qualify.
you can get black hardtop at some point, if not that's dumb.

We plan on getting the rav4 prime this summer, and I'm thinking the 4xe as well. Will depend on how tax deduction for business works (for me personally).
 

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We plan on getting the rav4 prime this summer
Are they going to increase production of the rav4 prime? Those things seem to be impossible to find right now. My elderly parents are wanting a Rav4 and would prefer the Prime and have been trying to get one since August. Seems like if you don't live in California you can't get them.
 

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Are they going to increase production of the rav4 prime? Those things seem to be impossible to find right now. My elderly parents are wanting a Rav4 and would prefer the Prime and have been trying to get one since August. Seems like if you don't live in California you can't get them.
There are several in the VA/MD area, at least 20-25 in the last month. I was tempted to get one before new year, but financially wanting to save more and pay more cash.

that said, by mid-late summer I believe the 2022's should be rolling out.
 
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The tax credit is all well and good IF you have that kind of tax liability. Lots of people won't. I'm retired, don't have any tax liability so the tax credit would not do anything for me.
 

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The tax credit is all well and good IF you have that kind of tax liability. Lots of people won't. I'm retired, don't have any tax liability so the tax credit would not do anything for me.
surely you pay some in federal taxes? if not, I'm sure you'll be ok not getting the credit
 

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Are they going to increase production of the rav4 prime? Those things seem to be impossible to find right now. My elderly parents are wanting a Rav4 and would prefer the Prime and have been trying to get one since August. Seems like if you don't live in California you can't get them.
My friends just got their RAV 4 Prime yesterday (went over and drove it around the block). They payed MSRP, and they had to shop around to get one at JUST MSRP (and not above). This is in Virginia BTW (the dealer was in Maryland).
 

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surely you pay some in federal taxes? if not, I'm sure you'll be ok not getting the credit
Nope my retirement and social security are not taxable so the tax credit means nothing to me unfortunately. Decided to go with the 3.0 TD instead for less $$ and potentially less problems with this new technology.
 
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Nope my retirement and social security are not taxable so the tax credit means nothing to me unfortunately. Decided to go with the 3.0 TD instead for less $$ and potentially less problems with this new technology.

Wouldn't the Diesel cost more with the same options? The engine is a $4500 option.

Will cost less if you were not planning to get the LED, 8.4 etc..
 

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Wouldn't the Diesel cost more with the same options? The engine is a $4500 option.

Will cost less if you were not planning to get the LED, 8.4 etc..
I just ordered a diesel and it was a $4000 option not a $4500 option.
 
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Wouldn't the Diesel cost more with the same options? The engine is a $4500 option.

Will cost less if you were not planning to get the LED, 8.4 etc..
It appears his income isn't taxed enough to get the credit so the diesel isn't that much more.
 
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