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Hey guys, i just got a phone call out of the blue from a GM at Mossy nissan dealer here in Houston to informed me about my pre-order Ariya to arrive sometime in February/2023. Then i asked him about msrp..........yes he confirmed for reservation people is msrp + TT&L and no add-ons bs! I couldn't believed it ........and he say his dealer probably got the most reservation orders. But for people that walk-in will have to pay for market adjusted value. Hope this info will help some of you.

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Is this then the first semi-official notification that “late Fall” deliveries of FWD reservations are not to be? We are looking at February instead?
I am on the west coast (Portland, OR area) and was notified last Friday the 4th of November that Ariyas are expected possible as soon as THIS week. Tacoma, WA is the closet port from here that Nissan ships deliver cars to. One was just in Tacoma on the 5th on November and another is scheduled for the 11th of November. Keep hope alive.
 

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I’m in San Antonio so mine will probably come in around same time as Houston’s. Hopefully it gets here before the end of the year so I can get the ev tax credit. If not I will probably just cancel my pre order and keep the VR headset. Lol It’s nice looking car with good features but nothing on it really stands out over the competition. I have preorder in on the blazer so will just wait for that one. Luckily I’m in no hurry to buy a car. Cracks me up when people say they need a car right away and they have no other options except a new one or one they pre ordered. There are plenty options just may not be what you hoped for.
 

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I’m in San Antonio so mine will probably come in around same time as Houston’s. Hopefully it gets here before the end of the year so I can get the ev tax credit. If not I will probably just cancel my pre order and keep the VR headset. Lol It’s nice looking car with good features but nothing on it really stands out over the competition. I have preorder in on the blazer so will just wait for that one. Luckily I’m in no hurry to buy a car. Cracks me up when people say they need a car right away and they have no other options except a new one or one they pre ordered. There are plenty options just may not be what you hoped for.
EV tax credit considerations - Ariya reservationist purchase vs Chevy Blazer EV: The Ariya (accompanied with buyers signed agreement pre 8/16/22) will likely qualify for the full $7500. tax credit. Conversely the 2023-24 Blazer EV will likely only qualify for 50% of the full amount. ie $3750 as being mfg. in America. However it wont qualify for the remains 50% tax credit due to battery criteria shortcomings as described in the IRA.
 

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Thanks, Blazer is still a ways out so have not done a lot of research on it. Best case scenario I get the Aryia before end of year. Long term plan is to trade in the Ariya for the Blazer. That way I am maximizing EV tax credits.
 

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If that’s your end goal then it shouldn’t be a problem regardless, even if your Ariya doesn’t get delivered until 2023. My interpretation of the “transition rule” guidelines written into the IRA would allow you to claim the Ariya tax credit in 2022 as per the date you signed the binding agreement - (even if you aren’t able to take delivery on the Ariya until 2023). That said the binding agreement had to be signed before 8-16-22. So you could potentially take delivery of the Ariya in early 2023, claim up to a $7500 tax credit in your 2022 return - then buy your Blazer EV later in 2023 and claim a $3750 tax credit for your 2023 tax year. 👍
 

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If that’s your end goal then it shouldn’t be a problem regardless, even if your Ariya doesn’t get delivered until 2023. My interpretation of the “transition rule” guidelines written into the IRA would allow you to claim the Ariya tax credit in 2022 as per the date you signed the binding agreement - (even if you aren’t able to take delivery on the Ariya until 2023). That said the binding agreement had to be signed before 8-16-22. So you could potentially take delivery of the Ariya in early 2023, claim up to a $7500 tax credit in your 2022 return - then buy your Blazer EV later in 2023 and claim a $3750 tax credit for your 2023 tax year. 👍
Hello Early Ev adopter,
Sounds like you’re very knowledgeable on the tax credit. Another question you might know the answer is someone able to claim two of the 7,500 Legacy EV tax credit on their tax returns. For example say someone singed binding agreements on the 2 Nissan Ariyas and purchase upon delivery would they would they be able to get the EV tax credit on both.
 

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Hello Early Ev adopter,
Sounds like you’re very knowledgeable on the tax credit. Another question you might know the answer is someone able to claim two of the 7,500 Legacy EV tax credit on their tax returns. For example say someone singed binding agreements on the 2 Nissan Ariyas and purchase upon delivery would they would they be able to get the EV tax credit on both.
As long as you had the tax liability of at least $15,000 and meet all other requirements, you should.
 
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