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On September 20, 2016, GM has released pricing details on their new electric vehicle. The 2017 Bolt EV comes in 2 trim levels:
Bolt EV LT (base trim) $37,495 MSRP before incentives
Blot EV Premier trim $40,905 MSRP before incentives
During GM’s announcements of EPA range, they didn’t say anything new about the price of the Chevy Bolt. They did re-iterate that “Bolt EV buyers won’t be able to find a better value for an all-electric, thrill-inducing ride with an expected MSRP below $37,500 and before available federal tax credit of up to $7,500” (in the USA of course).
At the NAIAS in January 2015, Chevrolet didn’t have much to say about the price of the Bolt EV, except that it will be around $30,000 USD after tax incentives.
Stay tuned to the My Chevy Bolt Forum for updates. We’ll keep this page fresh with the newest announcements as Chevrolet releases more Bolt EV details in the coming months.
Pricing in United States
GM has priced the entry level 2017 Chevy Bolt LT at $37.495 MSRP before incentives.
The Bolt EV Premier is $40,950 MSRP before any federal or state tax incentives.
You’ll also need to choose the best ev home charger for charging your new Bolt EV.
Chevrolet Bolt EV price in Canada
Update: Official pricing for the Bolt EV LT in Canada is $42,795 CAD which includes the DC fast charging (standard in Canada, not an option like in the USA). Pricing for the premier trim level is $5000 CAD more than the LT model.
GM says the Bolt will go on sale in Canada in early 2017.
GM has not provided specific pricing for Canada, so we can only guess. With the current exchange rate, it could be around $50,000 with a straight conversion. Plus, the tax credit in Canada is not $7500.
Pricing in Europe
December 15th, 2016 Update: GM announced the Opel Ampera-e would cost 299,900 kr in Norway with delivery included. That converts to approximately 33,300 euros. With a 19-25% VAT fee, that would put the price of the Ampera-e on or above par with the GM Bolt in North America.
GM has promised the Opel Ampera-e will be affordably priced in Europe, but due to import duties and shipping costs of taking the Chevrolet Bolt EV over to Europe will likely be reflected in the prices.
We predict the Ampera-e will be pricing between €30,000 and €35,000 before incentives at launch.
South Korea Bolt Pricing
The GM Bolt EV price starts at 47.79 million won. Customers could pay less than 22 million won after local government incentives that are as high as 26 million won.
Very Interesting product. Do to great demand of the Opel Ampera, we have learned that from day of order to reception is nearly a year. How is it possible to import Chevy Bolt to Norway, and what are the legal terms and obstacles? If a private car dealer would be interested in importing for instance 200 Chevrolet Bolt, how could that be done? And to a price equivalent to the ampera.
Erik, people can’t even buy just one Bolt EV here in North America – they haven’t started delivering in any numbers. I’d imagine that if you wanted to get one for yourself you could beat the Ampera to Norway, but otherwise, I think getting 200 won’t be feasible, at least not anytime soon.