I bought my Clarity PHEV in July 2018 but just discovered this forum so I figured I'd chime in. In Massachusetts there's an organization called Green Energy Consumers Alliance (formerly Mass Energy) that has a program called Drive Green that promotes EV purchases that some dealerships choose to participate in. They offer a no-haggle price that's a great deal IMO. Currently the lowest base price for a Clarity PHEV Touring (the model I own) is $31,790. Yes, that's the Touring model, not the base model. Great deal, right? When I bought mine in July the deal wasn't quite as good, but I paid $33,500 + $429 "documentation fee." I went to a local dealership which wasn't participating in the Drive Green program, showed them the price offered by a Drive Green dealership in RI 90 minutes away and they offered a price $200 higher which I was ok with since it saved me the hassle of doing a long distance purchase. And they got me the color I was looking for which wasn't on the lot. Then there's a MA state incentive program that sends you a $2,500 rebate check within 75 days of applying for the rebate, plus the $7,500 federal tax credit, so the total cost of the car was under $24K (just over $22K with the current Drive Green prices). Buying this car in MA is a no-brainer!