- chevrolet dealers are currently offering up to $10,000 in lease incentives for the 2020 bolt ev.
- all customers get an $8500 discount, while current lessees are offered an additional $1500 in loyalty bonuses.
- that means certain customers could get a three-year lease at around $169 a month for an ev that now has a epa-estimated 259-mile range.
the all-electric chevrolet bolt ev is now available with about $10,000 in lease incentives. the 2020 bolt ev has an epa-estimated driving range of 259 miles, up from a previous 238 miles.
customers in san francisco, according to dealer ads, could get an additional $1400 bonus, which would mean that they could have the opportunity to get a three-year lease at around $169 a month. the $10,000 is only for customers who already lease a chevy volt or a bolt ev—all customers get an $8500 discount, while current lease customers can get an additional $1500. we found bolt evs at our local suburban chevrolet of ann arbor, michigan, with the $8500 offer in "customer cash."
as for purchasing the car, a dealer in miami, florida, has a loaded chevrolet bolt premier listed with a $14,370 incentive, bringing the price down below $30,000 before the federal ev incentive. and an lt model is available for under $28,000 in oregon, according to a report on electrek. the chevrolet bolt lt's purchase price starts at $37,495, with premier models starting at $41,895.
for 2020, the chevy bolt ev has an epa-estimated range of 259 miles, up from 238. chevrolet says that the 8 percent increase is thanks to a change in the chemistry of the cell electrodes in the lithium-ion battery. its energy capacity is now up from 60.0 kwh to 66.0 kwh. this increased range now helps it beat a a few newer competitors, including the hyundai kona electric (epa-rated 258 miles), the kia soul ev (243 miles), the tesla model 3 standard range plus (240 miles), and the kia niro ev (239 miles).