JAGUAR I‑PACE - GOVERNMENT PLUG-IN CAR GRANT
The Government Plug-In Car Grant (PiCG) is an incentive for buyers of Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles. This enables customers to claim up to £4,500 off the price of the vehicle.
JAGUAR I-PACE OWNERSHIP
Matching electric performance with a design that is true to the spirit of Jaguar, Jaguar I‑PACE includes the care, service and support that Jaguar ownership always gives you. And, as a zero tailpipe emissions electric vehicle, Jaguar I‑PACE can offer further advantages including access to incentives and benefits provided by government, local authorities and businesses supporting the move to electric cars.
The Government Plug-In Car Grant (PiCG)
Jaguar I‑PACE as a vehicle that has CO2 emissions of less than 50g/km and a zero emission range of at least 70 miles enables it to qualify for the full £4,500 Government Plug-in Car Grant. The Grant will be available to Customers at the point of purchase directly from the Retailer. Customers will not have to go through a grant application process themselves.
Help to purchase your electric vehicle
The UK government offers ‘plug-in grant’ for consumers buying eligible new Hybrid or Electric vehicles. The retailer that you purchase the vehicle from will include the value of the grant in the vehicle’s price. There are 6 categories of vehicle which determine the grant that is given, based on CO2 emissions. Jaguar I-PACE has been awarded 'Category 1' status due to 'CO2 emissions of less than 50g/km and can travel at least 112km (70 miles) without any CO2 emissions at all' - according to Government guidelines. This ensures maximum grant funding towards the purchase price of a new I-PACE.
Help with excise duties and registering your electric vehicle
There are new rates of VED for vehicles registered on or after 1 April 2017. Zero emission vehicles valued less than £40k are exempt from VED. As electricity is not considered to be a fuel, plugin electric vehicles (and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles) do not incur fuel duty for the electricity they use.
Help to buy electric vehicle charging equipment
The Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) provides grant funding of up to 75% towards the cost of installing electric vehicle charge points at domestic properties across the UK. The Workplace Charging Scheme (WCS) is a voucher-based scheme that provides support towards the up-front costs of the purchase and installation of electric vehicle charge-points, for eligible businesses, charities and public sector organisations.
Reduced company car scheme taxes
Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) - businesses that purchase cars which emit less than 75g CO2/km, zero emission goods vehicles, or ULEV recharging or refuelling infrastructure, are eligible for 100% first year allowance. Please consult your local retailer to find out more.
Free charging for electric vehicles
Free charging facilities may be available while you are parked at shopping centres, hotels and other venues. This is referred to as destination charging. Others may offer reduced charging fees based on your time spent at the venue.
Avoidance of tolls and charges
Where road use charges exist, it is sometimes the case that electric vehicles are exempt. And, of course, they will not be required to pay any emissions-based charges introduced for petrol or diesel cars for air quality reasons.
Convenience and access
In some cities, electric vehicles are permitted to use high-occupancy vehicle lanes, without passengers, as well as bus lanes. You may also park in places where petrol or diesel vehicles are not permitted or can park at a lower cost.
Incentives vary, and can change without prior notice. Please consult your Jaguar Retailer to find out more.
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