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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2020 2:46 am
by Vin
Bolt 2020 Premier
with Bose speaker infotainment system
DC Fast Charging
and drive confidence II package

Dark Grey color
$31,000


This is in GA and there is no more state tax rebate. I couldn't find any better price in Atlanta metro area.

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Fri Feb 28, 2020 4:01 pm
by paulgipe
That looks like a very good deal for a Premier with all fees included.

Paul

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Tue Aug 25, 2020 3:53 pm
by zeromoon17
Vin wrote:Bolt 2020 Premier
with Bose speaker infotainment system
DC Fast Charging
and drive confidence II package

Dark Grey color
$31,000


This is in GA and there is no more state tax rebate. I couldn't find any better price in Atlanta metro area.


Which dealer did you go to? I'm currently looking in the Atlanta Metro area, and would love a recommendation.

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 3:59 am
by jjunkin
2020 blue LT with DC fast, comfort convenience pack, driver confidence, blue metallic, floor mats
sticker $39,840
Paid lease up front for roughly $1000 savings
discounts: dealer, costco $3K, first responder (healthcare pro)

36 month lease total was $7010 included everything - lease acquisition, doc, dmv and tax.
dealer in san jose
Hoping for the state rebate of $2K and pge $800 at which point car would be $4200 for 3 years.

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Fri Sep 18, 2020 2:19 am
by ElectricEliminator
Picked up my second Bolt this past Saturday, 9/12. A $43,735 MSRP Premier. Leased it, a 36 month, 10k mile a year "One Pay" lease. $5,618 total cost out the door. Paid for about $640 of that with GM Buypower credit card rewards and I will be getting a $5,000 dollar rebate check from the state of New Jersey. $39,150 selling price before incentives. I got $6,750 in lease cash, $3,000 Costco incentive and $1,500 in lease loyalty. All told, it cost me negative 28 dollars. It makes my other Bolt LT look expensive. There was no Costco rebate in February so I was only able to get one of those for a total cost of $624 dollars after rebates.

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2020 12:20 pm
by BoltIsMyP51
oilerlord wrote:
ssspinball wrote:I will almost certainly be leasing as car technology (powertrain + autonomous driving) is changing at the fastest rate in the history of the automobile and it makes economic sense to take advantage of EV rebates multiple times while they still exist.


Good call. I wonder how many folks are going to outright buy the car, and further, if this EV's resale value will hold - or drop like a stone like other compliance cars. I'm guessing it will be the latter. In a couple of years, If it's value drops by 50% (or more), it would become the used car deal of the century.


Your ideas are intriguing to me & I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. ;)

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Thu Oct 01, 2020 1:12 pm
by SparkE
oilerlord wrote:
ssspinball wrote:I will almost certainly be leasing as car technology (powertrain + autonomous driving) is changing at the fastest rate in the history of the automobile and it makes economic sense to take advantage of EV rebates multiple times while they still exist.

Good call. I wonder how many folks are going to outright buy the car, and further, if this EV's resale value will hold - or drop like a stone like other compliance cars. I'm guessing it will be the latter. In a couple of years, If it's value drops by 50% (or more), it would become the used car deal of the century.


Looking at http://www.cargurus.com , prices on used 2017 Bolts are starting at $14K for Bolts w/ 70-90K miles. Setting the filter to < 55k miles, there are some at that price w/ 30-40k miles (many in AZ). Setting the filter to "only within 500 miles of SF" , the are a LOT of Bolts < $16K with <45K miles only one DCFC from SF, and also a bunch <150 miles from SF.

Heck, I just noticed one 10 miles from SF : $15K, 14K miles !!

LESS THAN 50% of original price - used car deal of the century !!

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Sun Oct 04, 2020 3:02 am
by ElectricAdventure
Explaining how much I got my Bolt for is complicated. . .
It's a black 2017 with 66k miles. I got it for $10,700 OTD because I did a thing with my friend who is a dealer where I "traded" in my eSpark to him for $6400 and he sold it to my friend on the spot for that same amount. So I mean, out the door if we include the amount I traded the car in + tax + registration it was about 17,000 out the door for a mid spec Bolt. Pays to know people in high places. :D


The car though had the issue where the wheel wouldn't return to center so that will cost me $450 to get fixed. Overall I got it for a great deal, especially in it's condition and mileage. I personally dug around in it and saw nothing wrong with the suspension setup as is common with some Bolts. New Supercharging software, and the interior is in good condition, anything I don't like I can detail personally. Taking it on a 600+ mile Bouldering/Canyoneering/Ghost town exploring trip this wednesday to monday the 12th.

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2020 6:26 pm
by paulgipe
10/3/20 we picked up a 2020 Bolt LT with DCFC, convenience pkg, confidence pkg I&II from Bob Stall in La Mesa (San Diego) for $26,695. Lease return discount, no Costco or other affiliated discounts. Our friends bought one at the same time for 3k less with the Costco discount. Travis Anderson was our Internet sales guy, salesusers@ds.bobstall.com. No BS, no surprises. That's an all in price with all taxes and fees. I am only interested in the out-the-door price--not the sale price.

Unfortunately they don't ship. This was a 500 mile, 14-hour round trip for us so it wasn't taken lightly.

They were offering a lease for 7,500 for 36 mos.

Paul

Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Posted: Tue Oct 06, 2020 11:00 pm
by chuck3565
I paid $29990 for a 2020 Bolt Premier with the Bose audio system and the Confidence II package. It is Cajun Red. This was in central Minnesota.