Chevrolet Bolt EV Discount Cuts Price By Nearly $10,000 In January 202024
For the month of January, a new Chevrolet Bolt EV discount reduces the price of both 2019 and 2020 models in addition to offering interest-free financing. Aside from the aforementioned combined offer, Chevy is also offering a discount of nearly $10,000 for select 2019 models. Shoppers will be pleased to know that both offers appear to be available nationwide. It’s worth noting that the headlining incentive is even more generous than the $8,500 discount in December.
Nationwide Chevrolet discount offers on the Bolt EV for January 2020 are as follows:
- 2019 Bolt EV Premier: $1,295 price reduction below MSRP + $8,500 customer cash = $9,795 total discount
- 2019 & 2020 Bolt EV: $5,000 cash allowance + 0 percent (interest-free) financing for 72 months with GM Financial
- Additional $1,000 bonus cash for GM Cardmembers
- Must be a GM Cardmember as of 1/2/2020. Bonus Earnings expire 3/2/2020 and can be used on the purchase or lease of a new eligible 2020 or 2019 GM vehicle. Nontransferable. Limit one offer per Account.
- Additional $1,000 bonus cash for GM Cardmembers
The headlining Chevrolet discount as it applies to an in-stock 2019 Bolt EV Premier with an MSRP of $43,240 reduces the starting price of that model to just $34,812, more affordable than a regularly priced 2019 Bolt EV LT.
For reference, here are the 2019 and 2020 Bolt EV trim levels with their corresponding starting MSRPs, $875 destination freight charge included:
- LT – $37,495
- Premier – $41,895
- Must take delivery by February 3rd, 2020.
- See dealer for details.
- Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
- Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
- Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.
We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. GM Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.
About ChevroletÂ Bolt EV
The ChevroletÂ Bolt EV is a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) from General Motorsâ€™ Chevrolet brand.Â Officially positioned as a crossover by Chevrolet, theÂ five-door subcompact hatchbackÂ offers over 200 miles of range on a full charge while also featuring advanced connectivity technologies designed to enhance and personalize the driving experience.
The 2017 BoltÂ was firstÂ shown as theÂ Chevrolet Bolt EV Concept at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It is based on GM's BEV2 platformÂ (a derivative ofÂ G2 platform)
The Chevy Bolt EVÂ received a few minorÂ updates and changes forÂ the 2019 model year, which is itsÂ third model year of the first-generationÂ Bolt EVÂ in the United States market. In addition to three new colors, the Bolt EV also received the following:
- Addition of a new smartphone interface for vehicle entry, start and operationÂ exclusively forÂ fleetÂ orders only; late availability
- Addition ofÂ Tire Fill Alert
- Newfound availability ofÂ Driver Confidence II PackageÂ on LT model. Previously, the package was only available on the Premier trim level. The packageÂ includes:
The Bolt EV isÂ assembled at the following plants:
- Vehicle assembly:Â GM Lake Orion plantÂ in Orion Township, Michigan, USA operated byÂ GM USA
- Battery and motor drive unit: Incheon, South Korea
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Should have been a small suv vs small car… no one wants small cars. The Volt was great but not a success which “should “ have told GM “what is a success… suv’s?”….. duh!
I totally agree.
Or at least a bigger Sedan. Nobody in the US wants little Hatch Backs.
Uuuh, there’s a market for small vehicles – I just bought a Trax last month. If where I lived had the infrastructure for BEV, I’d have spent more but got what I wanted.
Sorry meant to say a 40-50K Small Hatch. My Bad.
The out the for price for my 2020 Bolt was $27400 last Thursday. Too bad you’re so ill-informed. Just simply stop wait your outright lies.
You haven’t been inside one. It’s far from a little “Hatch Back”.
But I am the Crazy one here stating for two years that the Bolt is just not competitive at all.
Miles Per Charge is Pretty Competitive
Horrible Interior (At least the Materials used)
Slow Charging Time (even the updated version)
Hopefully the next wave of GM EV’s will be much, much better attempts.
Why do people who don’t know EV’s and never owned one make comments they can’t support?
First affordable long range EV beating Tesla by two years, that’s a pretty good attempt!
Range is better than every affordable EV in the world.
Eric Way on YT went over 100k miles in his Bolt, interior was excellent, battery degradation – 5%.
The seats are fine, we’ve ridden in the Bolt for 4 hours at a time with no problems and the newer Bolt has improvements.
Have you ever driven an EV long range? Not everyone needs to charge super fast charging, we don’t but we get up every morning to 259 miles range. By the way, it’s free, we haven’t paid for electricity in 10 years and gas since we got our Bolt. Our PV is paid off.
Has more room than the Kona, Nero and Model 3. It’s a ground up EV, not a gas conversion like the Kona and Nero.
I doubt he’s even SEEN a Bolt in person. My 2020 Bolt is only 6 days old and the ride home on the interstate was just over 150 miles. The seats are just fine and I’m nearly 70. It handles just fine also. No,I doesn’t handle like the 2018 Camaro I traded for it but then again, it’s not a 2 door sports coupe. Incredible headroom also.
Mine was built in Dec. 2019. And again, my out the door price was $27400. Best bargain in EV and nearly any market, including ICEs!
People are also going to start getting a shock every year when they renew their plates. They will be paying more. Here in ohio its 100 more for Hybrid and 200 more for BEV. I’m sure its going to get higher and higher.
That is because Ohio is one of the worst States for anything that revolves around Renewable Energy and are in Bed with Coal and Big Oil. They are desperately trying to sway consumers from EV’s. Funny thing is that GM picked Lordstown for their very first Gigafactory (which makes me happy, the people there need it) but the State as a whole is mostly against Renewable Sources.
In their Defense though, I believe EV owners need to pay more when they renew their Plates since they DO NOT pay tax for Gasoline obviously. Roads still do need to be paved. Ohio Fee’s are excessive though.
Joe, and Momolos,
South Dakota is worse, we are around 49 on just about anything new !
Any way, I know there are a few people this vehicle will be ” Good Enough ” for.
But who would want it, like ” man I want one of those Chevy Bolts ”
GM somehow needs to spend some money on an internal customer information feedback system .
Who would even suggest wasting money on a vehicle like this ?
There is no way in h3ll GM asked the potential EV customer and this vehicle is what they wanted !
Apparently you don’t know car technology, I do. This an extremely well made car from the several different metals in the chassis to the aluminum in the body. Unlike the Kona and Nero this is a ground up EV, that’s why they are bigger but the Bolt has more room. It’s safe, durable, efficient and well built, better built than the Tesla. Don’t believe me? Check the complaints, the cracked and leaky windshields, broken door handles, missed paint spots on the Model 3.
Look at the reviews, all 4 and 5 star.
This is our second Bolt, on our first one we routinely got well over 238 miles in the summer and trips.
Ugly to boot, don’t let South Koreans design cars to be sold in USA!
I wouldn’t call the Bolt ugly per say but it defensively is not the best looker.
GM chose the wrong Type of vehicle Segment to offer as an EV.
People who can’t fault the car like to say it’s “ugly”. I’ll bet I could go into your home and find 10 things I thought we butt ugly!
so even with this huge discount, it will still come to $35K? that is still at least $5K too much.
gm has abandoned hybrids and jumped to EVs. if this is any indication, gm is completely screwed. so how much are they losing now on each bolt sold? it must be over $10K.
the new bolt EUV looks a little better but nothing there to get excited about.
even tesla is feeling the pinch with the phasing out of government support. in the fourth quarter, registrations in california dropped by 1/2.
I gave you a Thumbs up because I agree with you about the Bolt. GM needs to do better.
But just so you know Tesla just sold the Most Cars in this last Quarter ever in their History. And they legit cannot keep up wit the Demand as of right now. I am sure Tesla is hopeful that the new Gigafactory in China will help them offset some capacity. But Europe is a HUGE market for them and they simply cannot keep up. Great problem to have I would say.
Very hopeful, excited, and nervous all at the same time to see what the upcoming GM EV’s will be soon.
where ever there are huge government subsidies for EVs, i’m sure tesla will do well. the entire EV market is being propped up by subsidies. europe seems to be taking climate change seriously, so the money should follow.
that isn’t a knock against tesla. all manufacturers play by the same rules and tesla outsells all of them. once toyota enters the market in a meaningful way, then i’ll believe EVs have entered the mainstream.
i’d like to learn the subsidies china provides. i recall they are reducing subsidies but setting quotas. anyway, i would think tesla gets a flood of orders at least initially.
Tesla sold over 100K Model 3’s just in the USA in 2019.
Tesla is doing just fine.
The fossil fuel industry gets more subsidies and has for decades. The Iraq and Kuwait wars were about oil interests. You paid for that.
Higher cancer rates in high traffic areas mean higher medical costs for everyone. You pay for that.
The Deep horizon oil spill in the Gulf destroyed fishing, people lost their businesses and lively hoods.
Ocean acidification is destroying the food that feeds the world.
The WHO says that smog is still over our cities and it’s still killing people.
The pollution from fossil fuel is destroying the planet, the cost is massive.
Right now I’m driving an EV that charges from 100% renewable energy. Most of the other EV drivers I know opt for 100% renewable energy also.
Maybe we should be taxing gas car drivers more!
You can get a Bolt for $26k as of Jan/2020. It has longer range than every affordable EV. Let’s remember this was the first affordable long range EV, beating Tesla by two years.
Right now you can get a Bolt for $26k (Jan 2020) underselling every other high range EV. You can get it in every state and unlike the Leaf it has Battery management.
First, it’s not small, it has more room than than the Tesla 3, the Nero and the Kona. Secondly, it’s the longest range affordable EV, better than the base Tesla, Kona, Nero and Leaf at 259 miles.
The ride is very good.
Excellent durability.(GM’s best built car)
High marks for crash safety.
We actually don’t know the new charging rates as GM is very conservative and they base rates on available chargers. We do know it’s better in the winter and I thought I saw something where it was up to 80kW.
It may have plastic but it’s tastefully done and durable. (Eric Way has over 100k miles on his and the interior is still excellent). He has a 5% battery degradation after 100k miles.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I personally don’t think it’s ‘ugly’ at all, I think form follows function. The chassis has 6 or 7 different metals and unlike the Kona and Nero it’s a ground up EV not an ICE that’s been converted. The body is all aluminum except for a a small part of the rear quarter and the roof. I know, I walked around it with a magnet.
Show me a high quality EV for a better price.
My out the door price for a somewhat loaded loaded 2020 LT was $27400 last Friday. Best bargain,EV or otherwise, out there.