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No Need To Wait Until 2023, 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV And Bolt EV Are Already Discounted

It turns out, that you don’t have to wait till next year to get a deeply discounted Chevrolet electric car. Now, Chevy is throwing cash on the hood of the 2022 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV that is equivalent to the 2023 price cuts.

A few weeks ago, Chevrolet announced deep price cuts on the 2023 versions of its Bolt EV and Bolt EUV electric cars. The Bolt EV and EUV got price cuts of $5,900 and $6,300 respectively, making them some of the cheapest full EV options on the market. There’s no need to wait until next year, because Chevrolet’s put cash on the hood for the Bolt EV and EUV. 

As first noticed by users on the Chevy Bolt Reddit page, users noticed the deep discounts days after the 2023 pricing announcements. At least anecdotally, we have noticed that many dealers haven’t specified the new pricing on many listings, but a few have. According to the Chevrolet website, both the EV and EUV have a $5,900 and $6,300 cashback offer, so as long as the delivery is completed by July 5.

Aside from pricing, there isn’t much difference between the 2022 Bolt EV and EUV, and the 2023 model year vehicles. Both model years come with a 65 kWh battery capable of at least 240 miles no matter which vehicle one chooses. Unfortunately, neither the 2022 nor 2023 cars are eligible for US federal $7,500 electric vehicle tax credits. Despite that, the Chevy Bolt lineup remains a solid choice for those in search of a not-so-expensive, long-range EV.

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8 Comments

Big Lew says:

Sure…that makes sense…but the 2022 when you can wait a few weeks and
purchase a 2023 for the same money …..you end up with less depreciation by waiting.

Jim says:

The 2022’s are not available!

Save a Nickle says:

In the Great state of Ohio you would pay sales taxes on the rebate amount. so the discount is not as great as waiting for the reduced price. In my county it amounts to $491 dollars.

Elon Satoshi Musk says:

Ordered my 2023 BOLT EV at MSRP now #waitinggame

Saeed says:

My question is which model 2022 or 2023 will arrive first if you place a order. My dealer stated that now my changes are better with the 2022; but this could change. Any Bolt will be difficult to get. We might as well purchase a Tesla…..just kidding.

Dan says:

I’m not 100% sure about this, but won’t the lease prices be way better for a ’23? I’d get one now, but may dealers are just showing the $6300 customer cash as just that: finance only. Since the lease involves the “purchase price” and then the depreciation, the dealers I’ve tried have all offered horrible lease prices, even with a couple grand cap cost on my end.

john gage says:

Do you know if the retroactve discount applies to Canada for the 2022 bolt?

D k says:

Wait until/if the fed tax credit gets reinstated