Shame on Honda for ever putting their name on that Isuzu, shame on Isuzu for building a vehicle that self destructs at 125K miles.
Turn that, into this with 750.00 rebate for a total of 5250 off base Toyota Tacoma truck:
Ohhh...this doesn't sound good.So did you get the gov't cash?? My friend has been waiting a week for his. He is not taking delivery on the car until the dealership gets his paperwork submitted. He found in the fine print that if you take delivery on the car/truck that if the gov't doesn't get the money to the dealer, the end consumer has to pay the dealership the money. The dealership he is going through can only get 1 deal sent in a day. So of the 60 cars that they sold, so far only 6 have been approved through the gov't.
When getting a new car, you need at 10 MPG improvement to qualify for the full $4500 rebate (and I think a 4 MPG improvement to qualify for the $3500 rebate). When getting an SUV (or light truck), you only need a 5 MPG improvement to qualify for the full $4500, and I think 2 MPG for the $3500 rebate... YMMV! :smile:i'm trying to do this as well with my '95 v8 thunderbird for a 09 Accord Coupe V6... sadly it doesnt qualify because my Thunderbird gets 18 combined MPG and the Accord gets 20 combined (at least that is what the site tells me) strange thing is if i go to www.fueleconomy.gov it rates the Accord at a combined 22mpg so technically it is approved. I tried calling them but kept getting told that they couldnt do anything... I'm bitter