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My local dealers have this:

2020 Bolt Premier for $29,800
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2020 Bolt LT for $26,100, DCFC and Convenience and Confidence 1 Package

Which is the better deal or are they both not great deals?
 

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I was looking at the LT but bought the Premier... now that it's cold, I am really glad I bought the Premier - heated seats, heated steering wheel. :)
 

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Personally, before the federal tax rebate, i think those are about what we should expect to pay right now.
If i were personally buying one this month, i would try to get down under $25k for an LT with all options, because that is the lowest i have seen in the southeast (Alabama) for a 2020; then add $3k-$3.5k for the premier model.
I don't know what kind of deals are in other states/areas as Chevrolet seems to offer hidden rebates to dealers in different states.
 

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Potential new Bolt owner here: Are you talking Out the Door price (after TTL) or before?
 

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Man, those both seem like great deals. Bolts are hard to find for me in Nor Cal and I paid $24k for a used 2017 Premier. In CA I love access to HOV but the heated seats and steering wheel have been amazing on those cold mornings, even here in CA. I’d be tempted to go Premier.
 

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In SoCal..Total out the door price quoted for me was $30.5k for an LT with comfort and convenience package, driver confidence package 1 and 2, and DC FC. That's approx. $27.7k before TTL.
 

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Hi everyone, this is my first post in this Forum and I've been doing a lot of Bolt research for the past few weeks as I plan to buy a 2020 soon.

Here was a quote I received yesterday in the Seattle area.

Fully loaded 2020 Premier
(including Infotainment Package $595,
Driver Confidence II package $495,
and DCFC $750)

Total: $30,906.

Government Fee: $250
Proc/Doc Fee: $150
Total Tax: $1,572.26

Out the door price after TTL $32,878.26.
This is based on no taxation on first $25k of car price.
 

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Hi everyone, this is my first post in this Forum and I've been doing a lot of Bolt research for the past few weeks as I plan to buy a 2020 soon.

Here was a quote I received yesterday in the Seattle area.

Fully loaded 2020 Premier
(including Infotainment Package $595,
Driver Confidence II package $495,
and DCFC $750)
Total: $30,906.


Government Fee: $250
Proc/Doc Fee: $150
Total Tax: $1,572.26

Out the door price after TTL $32,878.26.
This is based on no taxation on first $25k of car price.
Have you checked prices for LT yet?
reddit has some price reports too: https://www.reddit.com/r/BoltEV/comments/enfmhp
Please share how you did it if you do find better deals :)
 

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My local dealers have this:

2020 Bolt Premier for $29,800
or
2020 Bolt LT for $26,100, DCFC and Convenience and Confidence 1 Package

Which is the better deal or are they both not great deals?
Assuming both are Brand new 2020's with 0 miles they sound very fair! My 2017 was 2017 Bolt LT for $25,800, DCFC and Convenience and Confidence 1 Package - and it was also USED with 2200 miles - so no additional tax credits for me. Hindsight being 2020 I probably could of gotten better one but my back was against a wall I had wrecked my car. Assume You have a working car which will help You take Your time to wait and just get a best deal.
 

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Have you checked prices for LT yet?
reddit has some price reports too: https://www.reddit.com/r/BoltEV/comments/enfmhp
Please share how you did it if you do find better deals :)
That reddit post is interesting. I'm going to keep trying after seeing that. From what I've heard, dealer's don't have much incentive of selling EVs, especially dealerships. EVs don't need constant oil changes and servicing which is how dealerships make a lot of their money. But to answer your question, $27,565 for fully loaded LV, not including TTL.
 

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i see they now have great lease deals on 2020 bolt LT

2019 CHEVROLET Bolt EV LT
Chevrolet National Lease OfferUltra Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees.
$239/Monthfor 36 months.

For Everyone: $2,719 due at signing (after all offers).*
$0 security deposit.

For Current Lessees of 2015 model year or newer select GM vehicles:
$2,219 due at signing (after all offers).**
$0 security deposit.

Tax, title, license, and dealer fees extra.
Mileage charge of $0.25/mile over 30,000 miles at participating dealers.

I wish i knew how long these deals were in effect for ? My 2017 lease is up in july
sorry this is good for 2020 as well

2020 CHEVROLET Bolt EV LT Preferred Equipment Group
Chevrolet National Lease OfferUltra Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees.
$239/Monthfor 36 months.

For Everyone: $2,719 due at signing (after all offers).*
$0 security deposit.

For Current Lessees of 2015 model year or newer select GM vehicles:
$2,219 due at signing (after all offers).**
$0 security deposit.

Tax, title, license, and dealer fees extra.
Mileage charge of $0.25/mile over 30,000 miles at participating dealers.
 

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I'm in NorCal and just bought a 2020 LT with:
DC Fast Charging
Comfort/Convenience packages I & II
Driver confidence package
Interior protection package
Black Bowtie emblems (car is Black mosaic)
Tire Inflation Kit
Cargo Net
MSRP inc. Destination Chg $40,405
Paid $28,125 +TTL
 
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