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Not sure it’s nationwide but mine had $8500 plus Volt lease loyalty $1500 and Dealer Cash Bonus $2500 off the selling price. Purchase not lease
 

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Dumb question, but I'm leasing a 2017 Bolt with about a year left on it. This makes me eligible for the $1500 loyalty offer, but I still have to then figure our what to do with my 2017, right? I'd still have to pay the GM Financial penalty for turning it in early, I'd think. Also these lease deals are only for 10K miles a year which is pretty low.
 

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Dumb question, but I'm leasing a 2017 Bolt with about a year left on it. This makes me eligible for the $1500 loyalty offer, but I still have to then figure our what to do with my 2017, right? I'd still have to pay the GM Financial penalty for turning it in early, I'd think. Also these lease deals are only for 10K miles a year which is pretty low.
You can try to offer the lease for someone else to take over. For someone not sure about EVs, a no money down 1 year lease might be very tempting.
 

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Just got this deal in SoCal.

2020 Chevrolet Bolt Premier
MSRP: $43,920
Sale Priice: $37,680
Incentives: $8250 Lease Incentive + $500 Loyalty
Final Price: $28,930
Payment: $8602 (One Pay)
Post-Sale Rebates: $5,500
Net Out of pocket: $3,102
Months: 36
Effective Monthly: $86
Annual Mileage: 12,000
MF: 0.00001
Residual: 52

After the additional post-sale rebates from CVRP, City and Utilities my effective payment per month is $86.

The utility company also provides a rebate for a free Level 2 charging unit for the house.
 

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CertPharm: I'm not sure that's a good idea to put that much down..

In most (almost every? all?) leases I've heard of with other automakers, if you total the car, you forfeit any payments you've made. Best to put down $0 to have less money at risk. Sure you'll pay a bit more over the life of the lease in terms of interest, but to me that's worth it for putting less money at risk.
 

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"With GM employee discount, lease loyalty, and GM Card Bonus money you can lease a Bolt this January for just $196/month! This is a $0 down, sign and drive lease and includes all taxes and fees. It includes 10,000 miles per year for the lease, an LT trim level with a sticker price of around $40,000."
I'd have to banter a bit to get the employee discount (repeat customer) and GM stashed money in the Extended Family card so I'm good to go there.
But I already have a Bolt.
 

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I bought my 2020 last week locally in Greenville, SC. LT, Blue, DC fast charge, Driver confidence I & II, Comfort package. MSRP $40,185. I got them down to $27,000 ($27800 OTD). Plus I'll get the $1875 on my 2020 taxes. Plus they let me finance with my credit union which was way lower APR than the dealer could offer.

The salesman knew nothing about the Bolt. They just want them off they lot ASAP. It's a pretty sporty little thing so far.
 

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Just purchased a fully loaded Premier be color I wanted (slate gray) for $31,120. Couldn't get the price lower but was able to negotiate a better than original offer for my trade in (2014 Volt).
Been wanting this car for years so I'm pretty happy.
 

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I decided I will turn in my 2017 bolt lease early . Lease was not up till sept and i know its dumb cause i turned in a nissan leaf when i started this lease, got only $9500 for a 3 yr leaf and my 3 yr lease totalled $20,000 . This new lease on a 2020 Bolt will be $393/month or $14,150 for 3 yr lease which always comes out to 1/2 the cost of the car / and no money down on this new lease
 
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