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I’ve had a 2010 basic wrangler sport and want to upgrade. Was looking at the 2021 high altitude 4xe. Regardless I’m curious if anyone has a 4xe in NH and how their experience has been with it.

How much does it roughly cost per month to charge

Did you get any rebates/tax credits?

Any info would be great!
 

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I’ve had a 2010 basic wrangler sport and want to upgrade. Was looking at the 2021 high altitude 4xe. Regardless I’m curious if anyone has a 4xe in NH and how their experience has been with it.

How much does it roughly cost per month to charge

Did you get any rebates/tax credits?

Any info would be great!
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I’ve had a 2010 basic wrangler sport and want to upgrade. Was looking at the 2021 high altitude 4xe. Regardless I’m curious if anyone has a 4xe in NH and how their experience has been with it.

How much does it roughly cost per month to charge

Did you get any rebates/tax credits?

Any info would be great!
Bought mine from Acton Jeep in MA in April. Love every minute of it so far. Leased it and they knocked the $7500 off the cap cost with the rebate. I have calculated charging from 0% to 100% to cost me about $2.80 with Eversource.
 

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Bought mine from Acton Jeep in MA in April. Love every minute of it so far. Leased it and they knocked the $7500 off the cap cost with the rebate. I have calculated charging from 0% to 100% to cost me about $2.80 with Eversource.
Wow thank you for this response! You bought the jeep in MA, but you do live in NH correct?
 

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Wow thank you for this response! You bought the jeep in MA, but you do live in NH correct?
That’s correct. Virtually any NH dealer I interacted with was a joke even including the one I bought my Gladiator from previously. Some of these dealers act like they’re selling a Lamborghini, not a Jeep.
 

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That’s correct. Virtually any NH dealer I interacted with was a joke even including the one I bought my Gladiator from previously. Some of these dealers act like they’re selling a Lamborghini, not a Jeep.
Really good to know. How did the $7500 work? I heard that it comes down to if you make a certain amount of money.
 

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Really good to know. How did the $7500 work? I heard that it comes down to if you make a certain amount of money.
If you’re buying, it’s not necessarily based on how much money you make, but rather how much you can get as a credit come tax time. I’m not an expert but if you owed $2500 in taxes at the end of the year, your “$7500” credit would essentially only be $2500. You wouldn’t get $5K free cash on top or that. As a result, I am pretty sure most folks will increase their tax implications (reduce paycheck deductions) to owe more and therefore net more of the $7500 credit at tax time.

I leased though as I mentioned, and in this case, the full $7500 comes right off the MSRP as the leasor gets the $7500 credit, not you per se. So if you’re looking at leasing a $52,500 4xE, you’re essentially at $45,000 right out of the gate before you begin negotiations on Cap Cost/final price etc.
 

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If you’re buying, it’s not necessarily based on how much money you make, but rather how much you can get as a credit come tax time. I’m not an expert but if you owed $2500 in taxes at the end of the year, your “$7500” credit would essentially only be $2500. You wouldn’t get $5K free cash on top or that. As a result, I am pretty sure most folks will increase their tax implications (reduce paycheck deductions) to owe more and therefore net more of the $7500 credit at tax time.

I leased though as I mentioned, and in this case, the full $7500 comes right off the MSRP as the leasor gets the $7500 credit, not you per se. So if you’re looking at leasing a $52,500 4xE, you’re essentially at $45,000 right out of the gate before you begin negotiations on Cap Cost/final price etc.
I just wanted to thank you for all of your help, I drove to Acton yesterday and made a deal for a new High Altitude 4xe. Put the build order in, can’t wait until it comes!
 

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I just wanted to thank you for all of your help, I drove to Acton yesterday and made a deal for a new High Altitude 4xe. Put the build order in, can’t wait until it comes!
Awesome! Glad to hear. I found them very easy to work with and wish they were closer for my routine service needs.
 
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