Vehicles

Clean Vehicles

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Hybrid and electric vehicles are environmentally friendly, cost less to own, and range in size from compact models to larger SUVs. Battery electric vehicles can be charged at your home with a home unit that can be fully covered with an additional grant. Used vehicles must be 8 years old or newer with 75,000 miles or less to qualify for a clean vehicle grant. Check out the Vehicle Requirement Checklist here.

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Partial List of Eligible Vehicles

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Ford Fusion Hybrid

Ford Fusion Hybrid

The Ford Fusion Hybrid is a gasoline-electric hybrid with outstanding fuel economy and plenty of room for your family. The Fusion has many safety features that can help drivers maintain proper lane position (Lane Keeping System), adjust vehicle speed to changing traffic conditions through adaptive cruise control, and active park assist to make parking easier.

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Chevy Volt

Chevy Volt

The Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid car that operates as a pure battery electric vehicle until its battery capacity is used and then it reverts to power from an internal combustion engine. The 2013/15 model Volt has an all-electric range of 38 miles, with a combined electric mode/gasoline-only rating of 62 mpg.

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Honda Insight

Honda Insight

The Honda Insight is a hybrid electric vehicle currently in its third generation. The second-generation Insight Hybrid gets 43 mpg on the highway and the current model has a fuel economy upwards of 50 mpg. The 5-passanger hatchback design assists aerodynamics and reduces drag for improved fuel economy.

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Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

For a practical and economical used hybrid, the Toyota Prius is tough to beat. It has lots of interior room and gets great gas mileage. Even as early at the 2014 model, the Prius excels in fuel economy, getting 51 mpg in the city and 48 mpg on the highways.

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Nissan Leaf

Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf is a compact five-door hatchback electric car. As an all-electric car, the Nissan Leaf produces no tailpipe pollution or greenhouse gas emissions when in operation. The range for the 2016 model year Leaf is 107 miles on a full battery charge. The Leaf was the world’s best-selling plug-in electric car in 2013 and 2014.

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Why Hybrid or Electric
Vehicles are a Good Choice:

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Financial benefits from saving money on fuel and maintenance.
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Help improve air quality and lower your impact on the environment.
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Overall, these vehicles cost less to own.
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Electric cars can be charged at home with a home unit that will be fully covered with an additional grant.
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The batteries are reliable and typically last 8 years or over 100,000 miles.
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Charging Station

If you purchase a battery electric vehicle, you are eligible to receive a free Level 2 changing station installed in your home by our partners at GRID Alternatives. The only requirement to be eligible for a charging station is that you purchase a battery electric vehicle with a Clean Vehicle Assistance Program grant. At this time, plug in hybrid vehicles are not eligible for charging station grants. Learn more about Charging Stations.

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