The Nissan Leaf will keep its $7,500 tax credit long after 200,000 sales. And Bidnessetc wins a new prize

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I’ll be here all week

True Tesla fans won’t let anything come between them and their undying love of Musk, not even the truth. Bidnessetc is a relentless promoter of TSLA, and in doing so, it has already won the DailyKanban’s coveted “Dewey beats Truman” award. Less than two weeks later, it wins it again.

Today, Bidnessetc. writes that Nissan has “no reason to celebrate,” because the $7,500 tax credit, doled out by a generous Uncle Sam to buyers of electric cars, will expire for the Nissan Leaf as the car approaches its 200,000th cumulative sale. Being a site that dispenses investment advice, Bidnessetc deduces: “Hence, demand for the world’s best-selling EV might decline soon as there wouldn’t be any federal tax credits afterward to serve as incentives for prospective buyers.”

Been drinking again? Any Teslaite partying would be premature, those tax credits won’t leaf anytime soon. [Continue Reading]