Dodge is offering $6,000 off to its customers on leasing the Hornet PHEV, according to a dealer bulletin by the company. This could be a golden opportunity for customers to lease Dodge Hornet PHEVs.
These discounts will help make up half the price difference between the gas Hornet and the PHEV. Based on this discount, the price of the Dodge Hornet PHEV is expected to increase by up to $6700.
The Dodge Hornet R/T PHEV’s ex-showroom price is about $10,200 more than the cheapest gas-engined Dodge.. But when you lease the Hornet PHEV through Chrysler Capital, it can prove to be an affordable deal for customers.
However, the inflation reduction act favoring vehicles manufactured in North America has fueled the EV market. But it also has a loophole that enables manufacturers of foreign-made EVs to claim commercial tax credits on leasing. Based on this, Chrysler is offering a discount of $6000 on the R/T and $6755 on the R/T Plus.
Dodge Hornet SUV Price Difference and Claims (Between Gas and PHEV)
The $6,000 discount on the Hornet PHEV could narrow the price gap between the gas and PHEV Hornet to just $4,200, according to a bulletin to dealers provided by Dodge. The Dodge Hornet Plug-In boasts performance of 288 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque and an all-electric range of over 30 miles.
Dodge is even claiming that when the Dodge Hornet arrives, it will be the most powerful utility vehicle in the segment and generate better sales leads.
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