NSW government recently announced the $3,000 Off electric vehicles in the state for the first 25,000 units to accelerate the roll-out of the EV infrastructure. That's promising news for our future MG electric and hybrid vehicle buyers. As it has been a controversial and difficult issue regarding the lack of support shown by the government for electric vehicles. Now that the incentive is starting from September 1, 2021, it has never been a better time to test-drive our electric vehicle range as the ZS EV.


How Can I Take Advantage Of This Incentive?

Our MG ZS EV is proudly a zero-emission, fully battery-run, ANCAP 5-Star safety rated the best value, affordable family SUV that successfully fulfills every requirement for the incentive. To streamline your EV journey, our team at Parramatta MG have arranged a range of services such as:
- Same day finance with an instant quote
- Top value trade-ins with the same day, on-spot valuations
- Contact-free trade and vehicle delivery

To learn more about the incentive or learn more about the ZS EV, please contact our team at (02) 9682 2111 or submit the form below.


About The Incentive: 

The policy, part of a $490 million Electric Vehicle Strategy announced in Sydney by Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, Minister for Energy and Environment Matt Kean, and Minister for Transport and Roads Andrew Constance, not only makes EVs more affordable, but will focus on crucial infrastructure initiatives like fast-charge networks within high-density housing areas and destination chargers at commuter hubs.

This strategy has been developed based on the following four principles:

• It will prioritize overcoming the biggest barriers to electric vehicle uptake. 
• It will maximize the economic and public health opportunities that arise from increasing the number of electric vehicles on NSW roads. 
• It will be consistent with the State’s objective to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. 
• It will adopt a fair and sustainable revenue model to build and operate the road network into the future


FAQs

Which vehicles will be covered?
The NSW Electric Vehicle Strategy mainly provides support for battery and hydrogen fuel cell EVs which produce no tailpipe exhaust emissions and have the capacity to be zero-emissions when powered by renewable energy.


Who is eligible?

The NSW Government will provide rebates of $3000 on the purchase of the first 25,000 EVs sold in New South Wales from 1 September 2021. Rebates will only be available for cars retailing under $68,750, making sure the rebate is going to the cars more people can afford.

As previously committed under the NSW Net Zero Plan: 2020-2030, the NSW Government will offer incentives to support medium to large-sized fleets, such as local councils, businesses, car leasing companies, and car-share companies, to purchase battery or hydrogen fuel cell EVs. The incentives will be offered through a reverse auction process, ensuring the Government maximizes value for money and uptake of EVs in New South Wales.

Read more at http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/