For 2023, the Chevy Bolt selection will be drastically reduced, with prices decreasing from $31,500 to $25,600 (before the $995 destination cost).
The Chevy Bolt will have a cheaper MSRP than the base model Nissan Leaf, albeit the Leaf will still be eligible for the federal EV tax credit, whilst the Bolt will not.
The price reduction applies to the whole model range, with each trim and model receiving a $6,000 reduction.
The Bolt 2LT trim level starts at $28,800.
The Bolt EUV will cost $27,200 upon launch, with the EUV Premier costing $31,700.
Chevy has added a "Redline edition" trim to the EUV (but not the EV), which is mostly an aesthetic item and costs $495.
Aside from that, the vehicle's fundamentals haven't changed much since the 2022 model.
Radiant Red Tintcoat is a new color that will be offered at an additional cost, and dealers will begin offering front and rear floor liners.