The 2023 Chevy Bolt EV will start at $26,595, $5900 less than the 2022 model.
The 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV will open at $28,195, a $6300 decline compared to 2022.
The Bolt EV and EUV now cost less than the Nissan Leaf before federal tax credits, making them the cheapest EVs in the United States for 2023.
The Chevrolet Bolt spawned a slightly larger variant for 2022 called the EUV, which does its best to cosplay as an SUV with more upright, boxier styling. Since going on sale for the 2017 model year, the Bolt’s base price sat around $37,000, but the 2022 facelift also brought a significant price cut to a $32,495 starting price, with the EUV arriving just above at $34,495. But now for 2023, the Bolt duo is getting an even more drastic price decrease, into the $20,000 range.
The 2023 Bolt EV hatchback will start at $26,595 for the 1LT trim, with the 2LT trim coming in at $29,795. That represents a $5900 decline for each model versus 2022. The EUV, meanwhile, will start at $28,195 for the LT and $32,695 for the Premier—$6300 less than the previous year. There are only a few other changes for the 2023 Bolt EV and EUV: the addition of a new extra-cost paint color, Radiant Red Tintcoat, and a new Redline Edition appearance package for the EUV, seen in the top image.
This now makes the Bolt the cheapest EV in America, undercutting the 2023 Nissan Leaf, which starts at $28,425. The Leaf does still qualify for federal tax credits, which dramatically drops the price, but Nissan is expected to hit the 200,000-vehicle cap later this year that General Motors already has. Production of the 2023 Bolt EV and Bolt EUV will start this summer, with vehicles arriving at dealerships soon after.
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