coleafrado wrote: ↑
Fri Oct 25, 2019 9:08 pm
As a basic point of reference, here are some typical prices and nominal capacities for new and used EVs available in real quantities today. Whether it is relevant or meaningful to compare these is up to you.
2019 Chevrolet Bolt (65 kWh?): $38,000
2017 Chevrolet Bolt (60 kWh): $22,000 used
'17 to '19 Bolt are 60 kWh. '20 will be 66 kWh.
Here are some current prices from the dealer I bought my Bolt from: https://www.chevroletoffremont.com/Vehi ... rice%7Casc
. These actually aren't great deals given that the GM EV/PHEV tax credit is now only $1875. Earlier this year, this same dealer was openly advertising a base LT MSRP of $37,495 for $25,495. This was before $3750 Federal tax credit and $2500 CVRP (https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/eligible-vehicles
, if you qualify. I don't.) and before any utility rebates ($800 for me:https://www.pge.com/en_US/residential/s ... icles.page
For future reference, they currently have an MSRP $38,655 LT for $31,032 and an MSRP $42,760 Premier for $32,917 + 24 other Bolts.
The most expensive one I see is a Premier (higher trim of the two that exist) MSRP $44,130 for $34,170. It has DC FC inlet, $395 extra for the red color, infotainment package and driver confidence II. This is identical to mine except mine isn't red and thus doesn't have any extra charge for paint color. This is about as fully loaded as you can get short of crap like all weather floor mats, cargo organizer or black bowtie logos.
Used '17 Bolts are less than $22K now. I'd imagine the prices will come down when the '17s come off their 3 year leases and their CA HOV stickers expire. Bolt began shipping in mid-Dec 2016.