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2022 Luxury Auto Depreciation Caps and Lease Inclusion Amounts Issued

The IRS has issued the luxury car depreciation limits for business vehicles placed in service in 2022 and the lease inclusion amounts for business vehicles first leased in 2022.

Luxury Passenger Car Depreciation Caps

The luxury car depreciation caps for a passenger car placed in service in 2022 limit annual depreciation deductions to:

Depreciation Caps for SUVs, Trucks, and Vans

The luxury car depreciation caps for a sport utility vehicle, truck, or van placed in service in 2022 are:

Excess Depreciation on Luxury Vehicles

If depreciation exceeds the annual cap, the excess depreciation is deducted beginning in the year after the vehicle’s regular depreciation period ends.

The annual cap for this excess depreciation is:

Lease Inclusion Amounts for Cars, SUVs, Trucks, and Vans

If a vehicle is first leased in 2022, a taxpayer must add a lease inclusion amount to gross income in each year of the lease if its fair market value at the time of the lease is more than:

The 2022 lease inclusion tables provide the lease inclusion amounts for each year of the lease.

The lease inclusion amount results in a permanent reduction in the taxpayer’s deduction for the lease payments.

Vehicles Exempt from Depreciation Caps and Lease Inclusion Amounts

The depreciation caps and lease inclusion amounts do not apply to:

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