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Last Updated: July 18, 2019

Steady Sales: Sales of the electric Chevy Bolt sit in the upper half of the hybrid and electric car class, and they’ve remained consistent in 2019 relative to the same period last year. However, the Bolt is still being outsold by the class sales leading Toyota Prius by more than 3 to 1.

Very High Prices: The Bolt’s starting price of $36,620 is the priciest in the segment. The redesigned Nissan Leaf undercuts it by about $6,600. The price of the top trim model of the Bolt is even more costly, as it’s around $7,500 above the class average.

Time to Buy: With a high price tag, you’re unlikely to score a good deal on the Bolt this month, regardless of market conditions. If you won’t settle for anything else, check out this month’s Chevy deals for the best finance and lease offers. For a lower price, you can walk across the showroom and test drive a Chevy Volt ($33,520), or save a lot more by opting for the Toyota Prius ($23,770).

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2019 Chevrolet Bolt

MSRP: $36,620 - $41,020

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