Please note, as I posted in another thread, You must take delivery in the tax year. And, reading the instructions, I don't see how I would be comfortable buying a "new" demo or loaner and taking the credit!Wiped out as of the 2018 tax year. As long as you bought in 2017 you are fine.
The following requirements must be met to qualify for the credit.
* You are the owner of the vehicle. If the vehicle is leased, only the
lessor and not the lessee, is entitled to the credit.
* You placed the vehicle in service during your tax year.
* The vehicle is manufactured primarily for use on public streets, roads,
* The original use of the vehicle began with you.
* You acquired the vehicle for use or to lease to others, and not for
* You use the vehicle primarily in the United States
Looks very legit. I put in an RFQ, and if a deal can be put together, I'll have it trucked to Colorado!Always "buyer beware" but you never know. My local Cheby dealer here in the corn fields of southern IL has 9 2017 Bolts all listed at $4600 off MSRP and I was told I could still get the GM Military Discount on top of that. So that's about $6K off msrp if you qualify.
Dealer is Jack Schmitt Chevy in O Fallon IL.