You should know that if you do buy one of these from a dealer, you can create a $4,000 tax liability by taking excess distributions from your retirement accounts. Maybe $20,000 will create a $4,000 tax liability? You don't have to spend the money of course, just move it to an investment account or a CD. I'm not a tax expert, but I have stayed at a Holiday Inn Express in the past.Thank you Optimus, I did consider that. However I don't have much tax liability (owed) each year. I don't own a home, have major investments outside my retirement, etc. Typically my owed tax is between $0 and $600. So I won't get a huge benefit since the EV tax credit is non-refundable. The used EV tax credit alone will cover my $600 or so tax burden. Which I'm happy about of course.