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- Complimentary Home Installation or Public Charging for Retail or LeaseRestrictions: This program gives customers who purchase or lease a new 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV the option of choosing one of the following offers: 1) a Standard Installation, 2) an Installation Credit, or 3) EVgo Credit. For customers who do not meet the Standard Installation requirements or choose the Installation Credit offer, GM will provide up to a $250 credit towards permitting and up to a $1,000 credit towards an installation completed by a Qmerit installer. The EVgo credit provides $500 for use with EVgo public charging stations. Your choice must be made within 30 days of your Vehicle Delivery Date. Installations must be completed within 180 days of your Eligible Vehicle Delivery Date. For complimentary public charging, the authorization code must be redeemed at EVgo.com within 60 days of eligible vehicle delivery date. EVgo credits must be used within 3 years from the date the authorization code was redeemed. Offer is non-transferable. See your participating dealer for details.
Consumer Reviews for the Chevrolet Bolt EUV
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In a class of it's own
2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV Premier 4dr Hatchback (electric DD)
Throughout 2022 I was looking for an EV to replace my aging 2014 Mercedes B-Class electric. Other than a short range of 85 miles and 2014-era infotainment this was the perfect car. Any replacement had to meet it's specs, specifically a small hatchback that was on the tall side with space for rear passengers and 50+ cf of cargo with those rear seats down. I was hoping to match the luxury … feel too. I tried not to let price affect my shopping, but realistically $65k was probably the limit. Tesla Model 3, not a hatchback, limited cargo space; Tesla model Y, too long and wide; Mustang Mach-E was still too big, but closer. The Audi E-tron I test drove was slow and was very big. The Volvo C40 Recharge had tiny rear doors and a small unimpressive Infotainment screen. The RWD VW ID.4 was very slow and I read a lot about the software issues. (The AWD version wasn't available when I went for my test drive.) Hyundai Ioniq 5 was ugly and seemed to be all style over function, plus getting one was impossible. Kia Nero and Hyundai Kona were never sold in N.C. I even considered the Jaguar I-pace but getting into the rear seats is very acrobatic and Jaguar seems to have lost interest in supporting it. The Mini-E was too short range. I did not look at BMW's. The Mercedes EQB was not out yet. Which brings me to the Bolt. I had had a 2018 Volt so I knew the infotainment was simple and reliable. The 10.2" screen was taller and seemed bigger than others with a bigger diagonal measurement, like the Ioniq 5. Apple CarPlay was just about a must-have, being wireless was a bonus. The dashboard is really good-looking. Performance is brisk, range is 250+ miles, reviewers complained about slow DC fast charging, but I won't be taking many road trips. The price for the top-trim 2022 model I tried to order from the factory was $44k, but they didn't want to make any more 2022's with Super Cruise. By the time production of 2023's began the price had dropped to $38k (no incentives or rebates available), making it a super bargain. Downsides? Boring exterior styling is a baldfaced copy of a bunch of other similar sized SUV-wannabes. Even the top-trim seats lack adequate lumbar support, but a strategically placed pad fixed that, otherwise it would be a deal-breaker. The open sunroof is noisy, like all such sunroofs. Unexpected upsides? Storage beneath the rear cargo floor is really excellent. I average 4.2 miles per kWh in mild weather, very efficient. Super Cruise works great, and is much more confidence inspiring than Tesla Auto Pilot. Even though SC only works on select interstates, that's where I want it most. The overhead camera view is incredibly useful. You gets lots of light through the panoramic roof glass and the power window shade gives you the best of both worlds. Not sure if it's the tires or what but this is the quietest car I've ever had, smooth riding too. So at 3400 miles and three months of ownership I am still delighted with my purchase. We drive the Bolt over my wife's Tesla Model X most of the time. You can't beat the X for huge cargo volume and the Tesla charging network, but for driving and parking in town it's the Bolt hands down.
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How much does it cost to lease a Chevrolet Bolt EUV in Lincoln, NE?
- A Chevrolet Bolt EUV lease in Lincoln, NE starts at about $524 and runs up to $652. Keep in mind that these are estimates and the prices can vary based on a number of factors such as trim level, options, down payment, and length of the lease. Learn more
How much does it cost to lease a Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 in Lincoln, NE?
- It costs between $524 and $652 to lease a Chevrolet Bolt EUV 2023 in Lincoln, NE. Note that these are estimates, and the pricing can change based on the vehicle's trim level, installed options, and aspects of the lease such as the down payment, money factor and the lease term. Learn more
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