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I found a used 2017 Premier. Out the door price will be $31,526.

A local dealer has a new 2017 Premier with some discounts for $36,750. Add in taxes, fees, license, etc you're a little over $40K. I will probably only qualify for about $5000 of the tax credit, bringing my cost to about $35K.

So I pay $3400 less and get a car with 11,500 miles on it.
Have you shopped around? If it's used you cannot get the tax credit...You're better off looking around for another used 2016 or 2017 since it'll already include the tax credit in the form of depreciation/a lower price vs new...
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