Save Big When You Buy or Lease a 2019 Chevy Bolt EV
In the market for an electric car? Look no further than the 2019 Chevy Bolt EV. It earns 238 miles of electric range on a full charge, and until September 3, 2019, you can save $5,500 when you buy or lease a new Bolt. Here’s a look at the automaker’s current offers.
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Choose a 2019 Chevy Bolt EV, you’ll get $3,000 in customer cash, along with $2,500 in Purchase Bonus Cash. That’s a cool $5,500 cash allowance. This incentive isn’t available with special finance or lease offers.
If you’d rather lease a Bolt, you may qualify for a low-mileage lease at $449 per month for 39 months. Most drivers will have $3,799 due at signing, but if you’re a current lessee of a 2014 or newer GM vehicle, you’ll only have to pay $3,299 at signing. Payments may vary from state to state.
If you’re a qualified buyer and choose to finance your Bolt, you could get a sweet 0 percent APR. Plus, if you’re a well-qualified buy and opt to finance through GM Financial, you’ll get an extra $1,000 off your purchase.
All of these deals end on September 3, so place your order before the Labor Day rush.
Why Buy: The Benefits of Buying New
About the 2019 Chevy Bolt EV
The 2019 Chevy Bolt boasts standout looks, exceptional efficiency, and plenty of technology. It’s got smartphone compatibility, a 10-inch touch screen, and a maximum of 56.6 cubic feet of cargo room.
As mentioned earlier, the Bolt gets 238 miles of electric range on a full charge. Since the average commute is 40 miles per day, you might be able to go almost the entire workweek without having to plug in. Plus, you can get a convenient home charging system for the Bolt — Chevrolet will even help you find a qualified installer.
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