We’ve looked at Colorado, California, Oklahoma, and Illinois. Now comes word from user “thespecialone” on the Brammo Owners Forum that he filed his application for a state tax credit in Oregon, and, two weeks later, received notice from the state that he would be getting his $1069 Enertia Tax Credit. Coupled with the Federal tax credit for 10% of the Brammo’s retail price of $7995, the numbers look like this:
7995 – 799 – 1069 = $6127.
More information on filing the Oregon tax credit can be found here.
In the current tally of SIWIBABE (States in which I’d buy a Brammo Enertia) here’s the rundown: