Pricing drops by about $6,000 in the US.
The Bolt EV will start at $26,595 (including $995 for destination) the 2022’s $32,495.
The EUV will be priced from $28,195, down from the 2022’s $34,495.
General Motors went through some seriously tough times with their once-popular EV last year. A number of battery fires led to recalls and production stops, but this has not stopped Chevrolet from pushing the recently updated EV. In fact, for the 2023 model year, the massive price drop might make up for the lost time.
A 2022 Chevrolet Bolt was priced from $32,495 before incentives and other applicable rebates. This same EV will now start at $26,595 for the 2023 model year. Until now, the 2022 Nissan LEAF was the least expensive EV in the US, priced from $27,400.
The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV, the crossover iteration of the hatchback, retailed for $34,495. For the 2023 model year, pricing will begin at $28,195 for the base trim.
In order to achieve these prices, GM has mildly de-contented the vehicles according to CNET.
No such deals have been announced in Canada as of yet. To note, Nissan Canada did not drop its Leaf pricing to match the reduction in the US. It starts at $37,798.