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Published on May 7th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan

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Range-Extended BMW i3 Gets Full $2,500 California EV Rebate

May 7th, 2014 by  

Good news for BMW: its 100% electric BMW i3 and its almost 100% electric BMW i3 REx each qualify for California’s $2,500 ZEV Rebate. Here’s more info:

Range-Extended BMW i3 Gets Full $2,500 California EV Rebate (via Green Living Ideas)

There’s no denying it: California is one of the most important car markets in the world for manufacturers, and the state’s $2,500 zero-emissions vehicle rebate is very helpful for competing there. There are several specific requirements a car must…

 


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    Hope the dealers sell well without bias. In Europe i3 is a big hit.

    • Pretty positive they are going to. Amongst major automakers, I’d pair BMW with Renault-Nissan as the most serious these days… we’ll see. (Of course, Tesla is in a different league.)

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