Zero's New Incentive Program Offers $4500 Rebate Or 0% Financing
To offset the lack of federal tax incentives for two-wheeled EVs, Zero is broadening the incentives to Go Electric by introducing new savings and a 0% financing offer
Zero Motorcycles, the global leader in electric motorcycles and powertrains, has just announced a significant enhancement to their popular Go Electric incentive program. In the absence of a federal EV tax credit for two-wheeled vehicles, Zero has stepped in as the category leader to offer an incentive that is encouraging riders to switch from gas to electric. With this expanded offer, the program is expected to attract an extended audience of riders to go electric.
“We want to bring the transformational experience of riding electric motorcycles to as many people as possible and by providing these incentives we hope to do just that,” said Bill Stone, Zero Motorcycles National Sales Director. “The current inflationary environment we’re in makes adding a 0% financing option even more impactful, and we’re excited to extend these terms to future Zero owners.”
The program will consist of savings of up to $4,500 on motorcycles or a $0 down, 0% financing offer for up to 60 months through Zero’s financing partner, FreedomRoad Financial. Eligible models include all MY22 and MY23 Zero Motorcycles, and the program begins today and ends on May 31, 2023. A complete list of the models and their respective savings, as well as all terms and conditions, can be found at zeromotorcycles.com/go-electric-incentive.
To locate your nearest authorized Zero Motorcycles Dealership and to schedule a test ride, go to www.zeromotorcycles.com/dealer-locator.
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These rebates and financing deals should help make Zero's offerings feasible for the folks whose riding habits would make good use of them. Not for me, sadly. My rides still take me too far from home base and not past any feasible charging points.
This helps, but it still feels too expensive for the performance you get. The point I'm waiting for to switch to electric is when you can get 650 class performance for a 650 class price.