Selling Price of Bolt LT

Discussion in 'Bolt EV' started by Samuel B Lane, Dec 29, 2018.

  1. Samuel B Lane

    Samuel B Lane New Member

    I’ve been shopping around to lease a Bolt. What is the lowest I should expect to get on the selling price? The best quote I’ve gotten thus far is $32,000. Is it worth negotiating it down more?
     
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  2. racerx2005

    racerx2005 New Member

    Does this 32k you mentioned come with any packages?

    I got a 2019 Bolt LT, Nightfall Gray Metallic, with “Comfort and Convenience package”, “Driver Confidence package” and DC fast-charging on 12/15 in New York, for US$ 3,000 down, 350/month on a 36 months lease (10K miles year).



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  3. Samuel B Lane

    Samuel B Lane New Member

    The $32,000 quote is for the base car with no packages. I also got a quote on one with the Comfort and Convenience package and the Dealer Protection package for $33,500.
     
  4. racerx2005

    racerx2005 New Member

    What’s “dealer protection package”? drop that and take the DC fast charging instead and you should be good to go ...


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  5. Samuel B Lane

    Samuel B Lane New Member

    The salesman just said it was floormats which I found ridiculous. I got an even better quote for $31,500 with the fast charger and a few other options.
     
  6. Coastal_Cruiser

    Coastal_Cruiser New Member

    Samuel, may I ask what dealer you got those base quotes from (32K and 31.5K)? I have just started shopping in California and local dealers are substantially higher, even for base LT model.
     
  7. Samuel B Lane

    Samuel B Lane New Member

    I’m in Rochester, NY. However I did find out that both of those quotes were deceptive. They quoted me the cap cost after rebates even though I asked for the selling price which I assumed they understood that to mean before rebates. However, I think a dealer is going to agree to $33,000 before rebates.
     
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  8. Coastal_Cruiser

    Coastal_Cruiser New Member

    Thanx for that update. Would love to hear how it turns out for you. Good luck.
     
  9. Samuel B Lane

    Samuel B Lane New Member

    So the final deal was $33,000 selling price. Then I got $5750 in rebates and $1500 equity in my old car. The payment will be $292 with no money down.
     

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