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Wiped out as of the 2018 tax year. As long as you bought in 2017 you are fine.
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!

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,
and highways.
* The original use of the vehicle began with you.
* You acquired the vehicle for use or to lease to others, and not for
resale.
* You use the vehicle primarily in the United States
 

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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.
Looks very legit. I put in an RFQ, and if a deal can be put together, I'll have it trucked to Colorado!
 
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