The past few months have certainly been an exciting season of electric vehicle announcements, reveals, introductions, and the like. With so much enthusiasm and salivating over new models and updates, do any of the currently available EVs have a chance at winning your hard-earned dollars before fresh choices start to appear in a matter of months? Before you answer, read on for some of the best deals discovered during this month’s search for electric vehicle lease deals and discounts, designed to distract buyers from what lies ahead and focus their attention to what is here and now.
If you’ve been shopping for a 200-plus-mile EV, odds are that last week’s 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV/EUV announcement really caught your attention. With a fresh look on the outside, majorly improved interior, included 240V 7.2KW charge cable, and perhaps most importantly, a starting price that is thousands of dollars less than the outgoing Bolt EV and its competitors, why not wait a few months for General Motors’ latest and greatest? Well, as one might expect, dealer discounts and factory rebates on 2020 and 2021 Bolt EVs have been adjusted favorably over the past few weeks, and there are some incredible deals inching the 2020-2021 Bolt starting price to near $20,000 now.
Those who religiously check our Electric Vehicle Price Guide after the first week of the month probably noticed that the factory rebate on a 2020 Bolt was bumped up to $8,500 for February, which was perhaps a preemptive move prior to the 2022 Bolt EV/EUV reveal.
Happy New Year! Now that 2021 has arrived, dealers are even more motivated than last month to move old inventory off their lots. Remaining stock of 2020 models is already thin in some locales, so act soon if you find any of these offers on 200-mile EVs enticing.
December 28, 2020
During our monthly search for the best EV discounts, we found four models – two BEVs and two PHEVs – that can cost less than $20,000 before tax and license. Considering the average used vehicle price as reported by USA Today was trending upward at $21,558 in July, and that the average new vehicle transaction price is just shy of $40,000 ($39,259 to be exact, per Kelly Blue Book), $20K for a brand-new electric vehicle looks like a relative bargain.
Note this is the last week we’ll include PHEVs in our roundups. Our resolution for 2021 is BEVs only!
November 25, 2020
October 28, 2020
Year-end sales are kicking in! Manufacturers are sweetening their incentives, and dealers are increasing their markdowns on 2019 and 2020 models. Here are some of the most interesting offers we came across while updating our Electric Vehicle Price Guide and Electric Vehicle Lease Guide.
September 29, 2020
Tesla isn’t the only company that makes an end of the quarter sales push. There are still a couple of days left to score a great end-of-quarter deal on several popular EVs all over the US. Even better, often you can get a local dealer to match or at least come down close to these best-in-nation deals. Here are some of the best offers currently on our Electric Vehicle Price Guide and Electric Vehicle Lease Guide…
September 7, 2020
EV lease deals put Chevy Bolt and Hyundai IONIQ below $200/month
There’s still time for EV shoppers to score a great Labor Day deal! After updating our list of manufacturer lease offers, we found a few deals worth considering.
August 24, 2020
Labor Day weekend is arguably the best time to buy a new car. Closing a deal any earlier may mean missing out on deep year-end discounts, but waiting too long often could result in missed opportunity as depleting inventory of old stock limits selection and availability. Our weekly updated survey of the best EV leases and best New EV discounts will help any shoppers out there hoping to score a great deal on a new electric vehicle. Even if one of the highlighted dealer/deals isn’t located nearby, you can use these prices to talk a local dealer down.
Here is the best of what we’ve found: