1. When should I submit my rebate application?
You should submit your rebate application after you have purchased and taken delivery your vehicle.
2. What vehicles are eligible?
To be eligible, vehicles must be new, have a minimum electric range of 25 miles (for plug-in hybrid EVs), and the cash price as stated in Line 1-A of your purchase agreement must not exceed $45,000.
Eligible vehicles may* include:
- BMW i3
- Chevrolet Bolt
- Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid
- Fiat 500e
- Ford Fusion Energi
- Honda Clarity Electric
- Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid
- Hyundai Ioniq Electric
- Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid
- Hyundai Kona Electric
- Hyundai Sonata Plug-in Hybrid
- Kia Niro Electric
- Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid
- Kia Soul EV
- Nissan Leaf
- Tesla Model 3
- Toyota Prius Prime
- Toyota RAV4 Prime
*IMPORTANT: the vehicle models listed here have a base Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) below $45,000. However, different trims, upgrades, or add-on accessories may increase the purchase price over $45,000 and thus disqualify the vehicle from the rebate.
3. What is my vehicle’s “cash price”?
Your vehicle’s cash price is found on Line 1-A (“Cash Price of Motor Vehicle and Accessories) of your vehicle purchase agreement. Line 1-A represents the Manufacturer suggested retail price (MSRP) of your vehicle including any upgrades or add-on accessories and manufacturer destination/transport fees. It does not include taxes and government fees. Certain discounts at the time of sale may be incorporated into your cash price but this varies by manufacturer and/or dealership so ask your dealer for details on this.
4. What is my vehicle’s date of purchase?
Your date of purchase is considered the date your vehicle was first registered with the California DMV. View our sample supporting documents to find this date.
5. Who can I email with questions about the program?
You may email Programs@PeninsulaCleanEnergy.com with questions about the New EV Rebate Program.