• Jan 18th 2007 at 10:33PM
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The IRS has officially classified the 2007 Nissan Altima Hybrid as eligible for tax credits on alternative fuel vehicles. If you pick up an Altima Hybrid before the end of March you can get a $2350 tax credit, which drops to $1175 between April and September and $585 if you wait until October or later. Of course actually getting an Altima Hybrid could be challenging unless you live in California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont. The rest of us are out of luck, at least for this year.

[Source: TheAutoChannel]

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