The gas-free Chevy:
The carryover 2019 Bolt EV remains in adequate supply throughout the country. Pricing and equipment are unchanged this year.
Bolt pricing tends to favor California, Oregon, and the Northeast. The car delivers 238 miles of electric range, making it a top contender in the electric vehicle market.
Interestingly, prices for Chevy's Volt plug-in are up by as much as $550 for 2019. The difference between top-trim Premiere versions of the Bolt and Volt is now less than $3,000.
Production of the 2020 Bolt is under way. There's no official release date yet.
Current offers are available on a national basis and will expire October 31, 2019 unless otherwise noted.
Huge new savings:
Chevy now offers a $6,500 rebate to all buyers, plus discounted GM Supplier Pricing. That works out to a total savings of $7,920 on the line-topping Premiere, for example.
In addition, most dealers are offering in-house discounts this month of around $2,500. Add it all up, and you can potentially save $10,420 on a new Bolt.
Leasing looks great:
Like last month, the 2019 Bolt LT starts at $339 for 39 months (12,000 miles a year) with $2,769 due at signing.
The effective monthly cost works out to $410, an excellent value for this price class.
Current GM lessees can do even better. The available $500 loyalty bonus reduces the cash at signing to $2,269.
No interest + plus cash:
Instead of the standard rebate, you can get 0% financing for 72 months. The offer comes with $2,500 bonus cash, which makes for a tempting purchase deal.