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If it was tax-deductible as a capital asset

It is tax deductible, just not the Station Wagon variant.

I went through all this with my accountant when buying a 110 SW. There is a specific line in the tax rules about the SW - it meets all requirements for being a commercial vehicle except they see it as a 'lifestyle vehicle'

To make it compliant, I'd have to remove the 3rd row seats and remove the step from the rear.

Bizarre rules.

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