cwerdna wrote:Sigh... on one of the Bolt FB groups, there's a guy asking about "a used 2017 bolt premium on a local lot with 60k miles on it, for 24k". That's a lousy price considering how heavily discounted new ones are combined with the $7500 Federal tax credit (thru 3/31/19 on GM EVs/PHEVs).
Along these lines, there continues to be chatter on Bolt FB groups of folks looking at uesd Bolts. Unfortunately, it seems they're looking at overpriced ones due to lack of awareness of heavy discounting. Example of a guy who was looking finally posted was https://www.drivesunshinechevy.com/Vehi ... 3423841633
currently going for $31,989.
Uhhh... one can buy a new one identically equipped for a bit less at Fremont Chevy and be eligible for $3750 tax credit.
As many people pointed out, a used one isn't eligible for any tax credit. Of course, one guy w/wrong info thought that it could still be claimed if someone else hadn't claimed it first. Nope.