To read this post, you must have three things:
1. Colorado residency
2. A Brammo Enertia
3. Aspirations to own the new Brammo Enertia Plus.
If you don’t have those three things, then don’t read this or you’ll just feel awful about your life. Seriously. Stop now and go read something about unicorns and rainbows.
Okay, now that I’m talking to the select few folks who meet 1 – 3, above, how does this sound?: You could get your new Brammo Enertia Plus for…
Hey! You! Yoney… get the heck out of here. You live in Florida or some other hellhole. You, too, Adamo. You’re facing six months of cold, hard Illinois winter. This will send you over the edge of despair.
Okay, where was I? Ah… yes. Mr. Colorado-Enertia-Owner-Who-Wants-to-Own-an-Enertia-Plus.
You ready? How does $1605 sound? Pretty sweet, eh? Here’s how we get there:
$8995 – retail cost of Enertia Plus
-899 – Federal tax credit
-3991 – Colorado tax credit, you lucky dawgs
- 2500 – Brammo loyalty rebate.
1,605 – out-of-pocket.
Of course, you could, at that point in time, sell that aging Brammo Enertia (please use the Brammo Owner Forum’s Used Enertias for Sale board) for probably MUCH more than $1605 (hello, Legacy Value), and end up with a Brammo Enertia Plus in the garage, and a wallet (or purse) full of cash.
UPDATE: Or, insert the word “Oklahoma” wherever “Colorado” appears, above, and be out-of-pocket a paltry $1098!