Go electric. Get rebates.
The Canadian federal government provides incentives through the iZEV Program for consumers who purchase or lease eligible zero-emission and plug-in hybrid vehicles to support greater adoption of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). If you live in British Columbia, Quebec or Nova Scotia, you can get additional rebates through the provincial government EV programs.37 ...less
British ColumbiaReceive rebates for eligible EV purchases plus home and workplace charging station incentives as part of BC’s Clean Energy Vehicle Program.
QuebecReceive rebates for eligible EV purchases through Quebec’s Drive Electric Purchase or Lease Rebate Program.
Nova ScotiaReceive rebates for the purchase or lease of eligible BEVs, PHEVs and e-bikes through Electrify Nova Scotia Provincial Rebate Program.37
Provincial and Federal IncentivesBEVs may be eligible for provincial government incentives in Quebec, British-Columbia and Nova Scotia.37 Be sure to visit the website for each incentive program to receive up-to-date information on eligibility and redemption requirements.
Electric vs. Hybrid vs. Plug-in
Whether you drive a little or a lot each day, there’s an EV that’s right for you. ...less
Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are powered completely by a rechargeable battery so you’ll never need a drop of gas or an oil change. All you have to do is plug in, recharge, and go. ...less
Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) use battery and gas to optimize fuel efficiency and performance. They don’t need to be plugged in as regenerative braking and the gas engine recharge the battery pack. ...less
Plug-in Hybrid Electric
Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) are also powered by both battery and gas, using the battery first and switching to gas once the battery is depleted, giving you the best of both worlds. ...less