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Think City EV inventory clearance – Click above to check out the available Citys

Would you be willing to part with $36,495 to own an electric Think City? If the words sticker shock come to mind, then how does $17,995* sound? Thankfully, there are deals like this to be had.

Right now, Think is offering select City EVs in its "inventory clearance" sale for as low as $17,995*. Here's a look at how this seemingly amazing deal works out:
  • Think City MSRP: $35,495
  • Destination and delivery charges: $1,000
  • Total delivered price: $36,495
  • Federal tax credit: - $7,500
  • Estimated cost after federal credit: $28,995
  • Oregon state tax credit: - $7,000
  • Think ZEV discount: - $4,000
  • Net transaction price: $17,995
But wait, there's a caveat. In states that don't offer tax credits, Think's $4,000 ZEV discount is no longer applicable, which seems counter-intuitive to us. So, for example, Michigan buyers will be asked to dish out $28,995 (after federal tax credits) to purchase a Think City. Check out Think's "inventory clearance" sale to see if raging deals are available in your neck of the woods.

[Source: Think via V is for Voltage]


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      • 3 Years Ago
      Green Wheels Chicago is an authorized Think Dealer and can sell A Think for $15,000 full delivered price. No additional rebates or incentives would be available at that price. check out www.greenwheelschicago.com for details.
      Marcopolo
      • 4 Years Ago
      So, half the price of the car is in subsidies, of which only $4000 is a factory discount.? Good grief, I support the idea some subsides to assist the introduction of Ev's but these subsidies distort the market in favour of a impractical little vehicle that will eventually disappear. This kind of marketing creates detrimental hesitation and unrealistic pricing expectations with the general public. The sales of Leaf, Volt and the other more serious EV makers are inevitably going to be slowed (after the initial boom) by this kind of marketing uncertainty. In the long run the Think! product is not really competitive and should be allowed to die, along with all the other failures.
      affbb02
      • 4 Years Ago
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      FunkyBanana
      • 4 Years Ago
      I went to the web page to take a look. I was really interested until I saw that interior! Holy crap that is bad. The rest of the car is really appealing. I like everything else, but that interior is absolute trash. The materials even look horrible in the glamor photos, let alone in real life. What a disappointment. The Leaf and Volt are like an Audi by comparison. $17K would be a fair price for the car but they need to do something about the materials. That radio looks like a WalMart special from the mid nineties.
        Synthono
        • 4 Years Ago
        @FunkyBanana
        I don't think Th!nk can afford much in the way of bespoke materials, so they're going to bear the signs of parts bin raiding. It's something that all boutique manufacturers tend to do, though since they're going for less money they're going to have a much smaller range of components. I appreciate the old school Focus steering wheel though. I've always liked that wheel.
        Mart
        • 4 Years Ago
        @FunkyBanana
        Clearly you've never looked inside a Smart ForTwo Pure.
      Chris Arnesen
      • 4 Years Ago
      Hmm... But the credit in Oregon is only $1,500, not $7,000.
        Roy_H
        • 4 Years Ago
        @Chris Arnesen
        Oh really? In that case the best deals are in California and Indiana, $18,995.
      2 Wheeled Menace
      • 4 Years Ago
      $14,000 is a lot of subsidy..... Hey, didn't this car just come out? And they're already having an inventory clearance? O_O
        Mart
        • 4 Years Ago
        @2 Wheeled Menace
        Th!nk has reportedly redesigned the car for 2012, since the current model's styling dates back to Ford's work from 2002. http://subscribers.wardsauto.com/images/2009/03/think-city-concept.jpg
      • 3 Years Ago
      Green Wheels Chicago is an authorized Think Dealer and can sell A Think for $15,000 full delivered price. No additional rebates or incentives would be available at that price. check out www.greenwheelschicago.com for details.
      Dan Frederiksen
      • 4 Years Ago
      it's a steal
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      • 4 Years Ago
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      harlanx6
      • 4 Years Ago
      At that price, They are worth a good look.
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