Westline Ford participating in green energy initiative

Started on December 1, anyone who chooses to buy or lease a new “Clean Energy Vehicle” gets up to $5,000 off the pre-tax price..

  • Dec. 21, 2011 1:00 p.m.

Started on December 1, anyone who chooses to buy or lease a new “Clean Energy Vehicle” gets up to $5,000 off the pre-tax price thanks to a $7.5 million initiative announced by the provincial government last month.

Not every new car dealer in the province is participating but Westline Ford Ltd. in Vanderhoof is one of those that is.

The Clean Energy Vehicle Incentive Program is part of the Clean Energy Transportation program that gives BC’ers incentives to choose from an array of greener transportation options. B.C. is one of only two provinces where a program like this exists.

 

 

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