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Extended! For a limited time, get up to $10,000 off a 2019/2020 Chevy Bolt!
Get $8,500 Customer Cash off MSRP from Chevy when you take retail delivery by 03-02-2020, plus up to $1,875 Federal Tax Credit. Contact a dealer near you for more details.
Cajunbolt was 1st to post this info in another thread but I thought it worthy to start a thread for those buying in the next 3 weeks.
 

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Inventory is non existent where we are. ONLY 1 Bolt in all of Arizona. ? Very low inventory in all of the US. Glad I already have mine. ?
The dealer I was trading with in Maryland has 6 but I found a deal closer to home in Florida that saved my 4 days on the road.
 

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The MSRP is silly at this point. I think GM would sell more Bolts if their MSRP was $28,000 and undercut the competition.
The MSRP on every EV is silly. If they lowered it, they could't play the rebate game! Nobody pays MSRP on any vehicle except Tesla drones.
 

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Like I said, I think with the lower pricing, the Bolts are flying off the lot.
 

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Am I doing the math correctly?

The current deal is $8500 + $1875 = $10375 off MSRP

When we bought the first 2017 in town we only got $500 off MSRP + $7500 tax rebate or $8000 off MSRP

So a 2020 Bolt is $2375 less expensive today than in 2017.

We've enjoyed driving ours so much the past three years, we're glad we didn't wait for today's better deal.

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The MSRP is silly at this point. I think GM would sell more Bolts if their MSRP was $28,000 and undercut the competition.
It's dumb, but take an item priced as $28 versus an item priced at $38 but advertised as $10 off, and the $38/$10 off item will sell more every time. People like thinking they got a deal, even if their "deal" is the same as paying full price somewhere else.

That's why you almost always see stores advertise "Buy one, get one free" instead of simply "50% off everything". People love free stuff/discounts.

JC Penny tried an "everyday low pricing" scheme instead of offering tons of coupons, and that turned out a disaster for them.
 

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I was at my local Chevy dealer yesterday (2/18) and he told me that the Bolt lease incentives will be good through the end of March. That’s the lease cash ($6750 LT, $7750 Premium) and the $1500 lease loyalty for current Volt/Bolt lessees.

I don’t know about the purchase incentives, but it would be likely that they’re also good through end of March.

I’m in NY. Combined, the two lease incentives plus the NY $2k point of sale rebate comes to $10,500 (LT) or $11,500 (Premium).
 

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Am I doing the math correctly?

The current deal is $8500 + $1875 = $10375 off MSRP

When we bought the first 2017 in town we only got $500 off MSRP + $7500 tax rebate or $8000 off MSRP

So a 2020 Bolt is $2375 less expensive today than in 2017.

We've enjoyed driving ours so much the past three years, we're glad we didn't wait for today's better deal.

jack vines
Yup, cheaper today, in general, than back in 2017. I leased in June 2017, and I just leased a 2020 Bolt LT this week for less than my old lease, since incentives are higher.

Lease is cheaper even though the new Bolt stickered for about $1k more than my old Bolt, and goes further on a full charge.
 

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Same type of rebates going on.
Gotta wonder if they will be a 2021 Bolt EV as I don't see you being able to build and price a 2021 on GM site
 
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