2013 Rio SX Hatchback
simple, he's in the US, your in Canada, you have to go to the right website and the Canadian information will not be available to November 6th (Tuesday)Mine doesn't. It is a 2013 purchased in May 2013. I don't get why it wouldn't qualify. How is it that only some of them qualify. The same epa figures were used for ALL the vehicles. What am I missing here?
I'll pass 26,000 miles tomorrow. I reckon *my* rebate will surpass the $88 quoted in the article. Free money is free money, dude. For as long as I own it, too.Would you even bother with getting the rebate?
Apart from a few people that may have 20k or more the most people will get back would be enough for a tank of petrol at most. Kia would be better off just handing out everyone a free tank of petrol.
Even if they fudged the numbers, its not the apocalypse. I wont bother with the rebate, I didnt buy the car for its economy. I brought it because I wanted it.
The way I read it is you receive a pre-paid card that you can top up at any time, so if you register now at low km you can top up in two weeks time and still get the same rebate amount as someone who waits two weeks. (based on same area and fuel prices and kilometers driven)I Think im hooped.. i bought my 2013 used with 14k kms on it 2 weeks ago and put on 1000km sofar.. but i put on over 35000km a year
that is what I get.. so maybe its best to drive the car till the last week this is valid for.
yup looks like ill be driving as much as possible till near cut off date.