Like I suggested in my post, it's only a steal if your state doesn't have incentives on new EV's. In Canada, particularly Ontario, $8000 in savings is less than the Ontario rebate - as my brief calculations showed - the net cost would be about the same for a brand new one. For me, I would have to see another $4000 taken off the price for it to be a "steal."If that's without battery assurance then that price is a tremendous steal... You're looking at roughly $8,000 in savings minimum...
I don't know about that 90 mile range though... not mine... 75 comfortable freeway miles, 85 stop and go traffic, without running the heater or a/c is more likely...
If they won't work on smart ICE vehicles, why would they make the exception for smart ED's? They are even less equipped for those than smart ICE.Can you get it serviced, at any MB dealership, across the country?