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Audi E-Tron available for over $15k+ off MSRP (63k for 80k car), Jaguar I-Pace available for $20k+ off MSRP ($50k for 71k)- Both qualify for additional $7500 Federal Tax Credit

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Seems like Audi and Jaguar are deeply discounting their EVs. Over $15k off for the E-tron can be found easily and $20k+ off for the Jaguar I-pace. Hard to compete against Tesla in the current EV market with their supercharging network, OTA updates, performance, long range etc but the Etron and Ipace come out to be decent values for those who want a larger sized EV with nice interiors. Both Audi and Jaguar have the full $7500 federal tax credit available. The Jaguar can be have for under $43k after fed credit. State incentives and electric company rebates can get it to be under $40k. If interested try to reach out to local dealers and use these deals as starting points.

Here is a Audi Etron Prestige for $63,498 and has a MSRP of $80,585.
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetai.../overview/

Here is a new Jaguar I-Pace for $50,495 and has a MSRP of $71,923.
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetai.../overview/ NLA, others available similar

Jaguar I-Pace $50,995 (MSRP $72,498)
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetai.../overview/ NLA, others available similar


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Posted this deal to inform others about the heavily discounted price available for well reviewed SUV EVs. I know most SD car threads get hijacked and become brand wars or ice vs EV battles but let's try to keep this thread somewhat useful.

We currently have a P100D X and a LR 3 and love them for what they are. Can easily roadtrip with them and love the tech features on the Tesla's. I love the minimalistic interior of the 3 but having the X I do appreciate the binnacle and vertical screen when it comes to actual usability. Falcon wing doors are a game changer if you have to load a baby into a car seat. And 0-60 in 2.6 seconds in a car that fits 6 is just absurd and excess but fun. However, they definitely are not cheap and our LR3 was still more expensive compared to the Jaguar IPace listed.

Some people want a more traditional luxury suv and don't ever roadtrip and these ev SUVs may fit the bill for their use. The etron is basically the size in between a Q5 and Q7 and loaded with all the typical Audi luxury touches. The IPace is larger then a Model 3 and this deal comes out to be nearly $10k cheaper then a Model Y in current available trims when you factor the $7500 rebate. The IPace has Android auto available which may help some. Having more choices is good for consumers.
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These are great deals if you're looking for a non-Tesla luxury EV. Both are fast, decent range, and have luxurious interiors. I think the I-Pace would be the one at $50k.
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Can confirm the I-Pace discounts. I was offered $25K off without asking from two local dealers. And this was on the lower S and SE trims and not the high margin HSE. Wife won't let me pull the trigger.
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Decent price drop but the range on the Audi isn't worth it, 200 miles vs Tesla with 300 mile range
I'd take a Model Y over these
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Decent price drop but the range on the Audi isn't worth it, 200 miles vs Tesla with 300 mile range
I'd take a Model Y over these
Agreed, I'd take a Tesla over either of these for the technology aspect alone but if you wanted something with that "traditional interior", these might make sense.
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Interesting.. can't believe everyone is packing up against Tesla...
Tesla doesn't even have $7,500 tax credit..
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Not an EV, but last year I was able to get brand new 80k jaguar at 40% off. I would push a little bit more if you interested in the I pace
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Waiting for RAV4 prime
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Tesla is absolutely killing it with the long range. Audi's charging network (along with those of other companies) are decent enough to not be an issue. But what keeps me from Tesla is the subpar interior and build quality. For whatever reason they aren't a focus for the company so I stay away. If Audi can step up in the range department they'd be on my radar. Given the choice to choose one over the other, I'd choose neither unless it was my 2nd or 3rd car at which point I'd choose the Audi.
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Im in Houston, do i qualify for the 7500 tax credit??
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Im in Houston, do i qualify for the 7500 tax credit??
It's a federal tax credit, so yeah.
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It is rarely mentioned that Tesla tells owners to only charge the battery up to 80% regularly. The 300 mile range is thrown out there like it's biblical. How many people are driving 300 miles a day? Or how often are you driving 300 miles? Audi ergonomics are untouchable, whether you're 5' 2" or 6' 7", the car feels as if it were custom made. I have friends with Teslas and they are smitten. There's no question in a lot of aspects, Tesla is ahead of the competition, but ride, fit and handling are not in that category. The EPA range [autoblog.com] seems to have gotten more positive. And if you like to listen to music...
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