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 |  Jun 18 2010, 3:52 PM

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The Canadian province of Ontario announced that the Nissan Leaf will qualify for the full $8500 rebate on electric vehicles sold in Ontario. The provincial government offers incentives of $5,000 to $8,500 Canadian dollars will apply to electric vehicles sold in the province. The incentives vary based on the size of a cars battery, but the Leaf is able to qualify for the full $8,500 rebate.

On sale in Canada at the end of 2011, the Leaf has already attracted 2,500 “handraisers”, and the $8,500 credit is sure to make it an attractive proposition in an area where gas hovers around the $4/gallon mark.

[Source: Nissan Canada]

  • Chad Wilson

    Another case of tax players having to foot the bill for a technology not ready for prime-time, yet still being shoved down our throats.

  • joe

    another joke for the good old tax payer. what a bunch of BS will it ever change