New Chevy Bolt EVs Still Costing Buyers Around $20K Despite Tax Credit Reduction

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The Chevy Bolt remains a remarkable bargain in select EV markets, despite its EV Tax credit having been reduced.





The Chevy Bolt has retained its amazingly low new vehicle cost to consumers. This even though its federal electric vehicle tax credit has been reduced from $7,500 to just $1,875. We located a new Chevy Bolt on sale in Braintree, Mass. which can cost a consumer just $20,120 after incentives and discounts.

Drive Green Pricing
In EV-target markets like Massachusetts and Rhode Island, the Drive Green Program from the Green Energy Consumers' Alliance is working with car dealers to promote electric vehicles at their very lowest cost to the consumer. The site shows the dealers' discounted pricing, the fine print, and then it displays the federal and local incentives to show the buyer what the actual cost to them will be.




New Chevy Bolt EVs Still Costing Buyers Around $20K Despite Tax Credit Reduction
 
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