Chevy Bolt EV discount offers are non-existent during the month of October, which is even more conservative than the small cash allowance that was available last month. As GM Authority reported previously, it appears the Bow Tie brand is has ceased offering manufacturer incentives for 2021 Bolt EV models altogether.
Chevy Bolt EV Incentives
Comparatively, discount offers for the pre-facelift 2021 Bolt EV model were much more generous, including a $9,500 cash allowance in July, which shrunk from $10,500 in June. Notably, the largest manufacturer rebate for the nameplate came in February, which included employee discount pricing and totaled as much as $14,383 in some cases.
Chevy Bolt EV Pricing
For reference, here are the 2022 Bolt EV trim levels with their corresponding starting MSRPs, destination freight charge included:
- 1LT – $31,995
- 2LT – $35,195
Prospective buyers who are comparing the Bolt EV to the larger Bolt EUV may be interested to know that pricing for the EUV is $2,000 more for 1LT models ($33,995) and $3,300 more for 2LT models ($38,495).
Notably, Chevy Bolt EV sales were down nearly 62 percent during Q3 2021. Additionally, the production restart for the Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV at GM’s Lake Orion Assembly plant in Michigan has been delayed yet again and is likely to remain offline until at least November 1st.
That said, we expect Chevy Bolt EV discount offers to continue to be scarce as inventory levels remain depleted.
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