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Thoughts on how long the EV will remain available?

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I am looking to buy a Bolt EV and am trying to decide whether I need to snap one up now or if I can afford to wait. I have seen the news that 2023 will probably be the last model year, but I can't get a straight answer from the dealer what that means in terms of when they will be sold out.

Anyone who recently bought or ordered the EV, have you heard anything about this? Is Chevy even still accepting orders?
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I wouldn't be surprised if Chevy stopped producing the EV and only kept the EUV in 2023. It would work like a price increase without changing the MSRP. Sort of like how the Kia EV6 just eliminated the base model, making it effectively $7100 more expensive. It's clear there is much higher EUV volume than EV based on what I see in inventories.
Funny enough I had an order for a top trim GT-L AWD - and was willing to spend the money. Kia is having serious issues building... well anything right now it seems. I placed two orders at two dealerships in April. 6 months later neither the dealer or Kia corporate could tell me anything more than "your car hasn't been built yet". These were high volume dealers too - tracking their shipments out of S Korea by VIN, Texas as a whole was only getting maybe 5 GT-Lines a month (now zero)

Cancelled both orders and hit the ground looking for a 22 EUV -- took delivery a month ago and LOVE IT bonus, I saved $20+k cheaper to boot. And that's before dealing with any of the insane markup games some Kia places are doing (even worse than the GM)
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