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2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV previewed; starting price about $30k

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2 hours ago, ehaase said:

 

Most Ecosport customers could never afford a hybrid Puma. 

Strangely, the base model Euro Puma is actually  an untitled Titanium spec & priced vehicle…

Maverick hybrid shows what’s possible with combining the right elements and trims…..

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On 6/14/2022 at 9:53 AM, 92merc said:

I look at it the opposite direction.  Why the F does Chevy need to sell the Bolt so low?  I just can't believe they're making any money on it.  With battery and chip shortages, it's a waste of good resources for little to no profit.

 

If GM thinks the Bolt battery issue has damaged the model to the point of where it can't sell, then axe it.  Re-allocate the chips and batteries to somewhere GM can actually make some profit.

I couldn’t believe it either.  But, the Bolt had been selling with substantial discounts attracting similar customers as the original leaf…the cheapest thing that will get them to work and back.

 

Earlier this week the CFO of Ford was on CNBC proclaiming how much material costs have gone up on the Mach E.  Let’s see how long the pricing sticks around and if there are many available.

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On 6/16/2022 at 10:21 PM, slemke said:

But, the Bolt had been selling with substantial discounts

 

Good point slemke. In my area (DFW Metroplex), Chevy dealers are currently offering a $5,900 cash back offer for retail buyers of 2022 Bolt EV. This nearly matches the price cut that GM has announced for 2023 Bolt EV. Current Chevy Deals & Offers: New Car Deals (chevrolet.com)

 

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Well that explains the price cut.  The question is still can they make money at that price?

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On 6/22/2022 at 8:17 AM, rperez817 said:

 

Good point slemke. In my area (DFW Metroplex), Chevy dealers are currently offering a $5,900 cash back offer for retail buyers of 2022 Bolt EV. This nearly matches the price cut that GM has announced for 2023 Bolt EV. Current Chevy Deals & Offers: New Car Deals (chevrolet.com)

 

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Another update regarding the Chevy Bolt cash back offer for 2022 Bolt. GM will now issue a reimbursement of $5,900 (Bolt EV) or $6,300 (Bolt EUV) to all customers who purchased a new Chevy Bolt EV/EUV in 2022 before the offer was announced. GM issues retroactive discount for Chevy Bolt EV models bought new in 2022 (greencarreports.com)

 

This is unusually generous. It's not often that an automaker provides cash rebates retroactively like this. But then again, Bolt sales in the 1st half of 2022 were low due to the recall.

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Car and Driver found this photo of Chevy Equinox EV on the "Upcoming Vehicles" portion of www.chevrolet.com. 

 

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Cheapest Equinox at my local Chevrolet dealer is $41,105.  Cheapest TrailBlazer is $30,000. I have a hard time seeing the Equinox EV selling for $30,000.

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