ZENN Ambassador Program gives $6,000 off ZENN Car!

May 5, 2009 at 4:12 am Leave a comment


ZENN Motor Company, a leading developer of zero

emission transportation solutions, is pleased to announce it will offer the 2009 All-Electric

ZENN LSV (low-speed vehicle) for an unprecedented price of $9,995 under its Ambassador

Program through a combination of an innovative product Ambassador rebate program and a

one time federal tax credit. This offer is available through June 30th, 2009.

The ZENN creates excitement wherever it goes. In exchange for their efforts to promote the

ZENN in their communities and sharing their experiences with the Company, Ambassadors

are provided with a $4,750 rebate that can be immediately applied at point-of-purchase.

Ambassadors who sign up for this limited-time program at point of purchase will receive a

tool kit that includes a ZENN hat, ZENN t-shirt, and promotional literature. They will also

participate in online surveys and feedback questionnaires during the first three months of



The program’s pricing structure is as follows:

ZENN MSRP: $15,995

Ambassador Rebate: -$ 4,750

Total Purchase Price* $11,245

Less 10%Federal Tax Credit** -$1,250

Total Cost to Customer***: $9,995



*Please note the total purchase price does not include optional accessories, delivery fees or sales

taxes. **Actual Federal Tax credit may vary depending on individual tax situation. Federal Tax

Credit is based on 10% of total purchase price plus $1,250 in standard delivery fees.

***Total Cost to Customer includes both the Ambassador point of sale rebate and an estimated

amount for the federal tax credit incentive that the customer may be eligible for when filing their

income taxes. Cost to customer is net of taxes, delivery fees, and optional accessories.

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