Monday, August 16, 2021

Current Lease Offers for Selected EVs

August 16, 2021 – Factory lease offers have been updated below for August. If you’d like to see this info a bit earlier in the month (BEVs only), please check out the Electric Vehicle Lease Guide on electrek, which also has dealer lease offers I found that beat the factory lease offers.

August 16, 2021 - EV discounts have been updated for June on electrek. This is a great resource if you don’t want to lease or can't find a dealer lease offer in your area for the EVs you are looking for. More dealers publish discounts on their web site than lease offers. These discounts should net you a lease offer that is better than the factory lease offer. Check it out!

August 2021 Factory Lease Offers

Ranked by lowest to highest average $/mo cost

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Rank

Year

Make and Model

$/mo

months

drive-off

miles/yr

$ total

$/mo avg

$/mi

MSRP

Expires

1

2022

Nissan LEAF S (NY,MA,VA,MD)

$119

24

$769

10,000

$3,506

$146.08

$0.18

$28,350

9/7/21

2

2021

Nissan LEAF S

$199

36

$1,149

10,000

$8,114

$225.39

$0.27

$32,620

9/7/21

3

2021

Hyundai Ioniq Electric

$189

36

$1,999

10,000

$8,614

$239.28

$0.29

$33,245

9/7/21

4

2021

Hyundai Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid

$189

36

$1,999

10,000

$8,614

$239.28

$0.29

$27,705

9/7/21

5

2021

Hyundai Kona Electric

$199

36

$1,999

10,000

$8,964

$249.00

$0.30

$37,190

9/7/21

6

2022

Nissan LEAF SL Plus (NY,MA,VA,MD)

$248

24

$898

10,000

$6,602

$275.08

$0.33

$39,435

9/7/21

7

2021

Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid

$199

36

$2,999

10,000

$9,964

$276.78

$0.33

$30,765

9/7/21

8

2022

Nissan LEAF S (TX,MO)

$229

24

$1,449

10,000

$6,716

$279.83

$0.34

$28,350

9/7/21

9

2021

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid T L (MA)

$209

36

$2,799

10,000

$10,114

$280.94

$0.34

$44,415

8/31/21

10

2021

Kia Niro EV

$209

36

$3,499

10,000

$10,814

$300.39

$0.36

$40,265

9/7/21

11

2022

Chevrolet Bolt EV

$249

36

$2,669

10,000

$11,384

$316.22

$0.38

$31,995

8/31/21

12

2021

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid T L (VA/MD)

$219

36

$3,999

10,000

$11,664

$324.00

$0.39

$43,790

8/31/21

13

2022

Chevrolet Bolt EUV

$269

36

$2,729

10,000

$12,144

$337.33

$0.40

$33,995

8/31/21

14

2021

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Ltd (CA)

$255

36

$3,925

10,000

$12,850

$356.94

$0.43

$51,930

8/31/21

15

2022

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

$259

36

$4,033

12,000

$13,098

$363.83

$0.36

$37,710

9/7/21

16

2022

Nissan LEAF SL Plus (TX,MO)

$321

24

$1,449

10,000

$8,832

$368.00

$0.44

$39,435

9/7/21

17

2021

Nissan LEAF SL Plus

$354

36

$1,149

10,000

$13,539

$376.08

$0.45

$43,970

9/7/21

18

2021

BMW i3

$289

36

$3,999

10,000

$14,114

$392.06

$0.47

$47,395

8/31/21

19

2021

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Ltd (WA)

$301

36

$4,749

10,000

$15,284

$424.56

$0.51

$51,930

8/31/21

20

2021

BMW i3s

$339

36

$3,999

10,000

$15,864

$440.67

$0.53

$50,595

8/31/21

21

2021

BMW i3 REX

$339

36

$3,999

10,000

$15,864

$440.67

$0.53

$51,245

8/31/21

22

2021

VW ID.4 Pro RWD

$379

36

$3,579

10,000

$16,844

$467.89

$0.56

$39,995

8/31/21

23

2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E Select - after $7.5K Fed tax credit

$470

36

$470

10,500

$16,912

$469.77

$0.54

$43,995

 

24

2021

BMW i3s REX

$389

36

$3,999

10,000

$17,614

$489.28

$0.59

$54,445

8/31/21

25

2021

Volvo S60 Recharge Plug-in

$419

36

$3,719

10,000

$18,384

$510.67

$0.61

$48,645

8/31/21

26

2021

Tesla Model 3 Standard +

$389

36

$4,889

10,000

$18,504

$514.00

$0.62

$41,190

 

27

2021

Toyota RAV4 Prime

$444

36

$3,094

12,000

$18,634

$517.61

$0.52

$39,425

 

28

2021

BMW 330e

$449

36

$4,199

10,000

$19,914

$553.17

$0.66

$46,595

8/31/21

29

2021

Polestar 2

$480

39

$4,000

10,000

$22,240

$570.26

$0.68

$61,200

8/31/21

30

2021

Audi Q5 e (VA)

$444

36

$5,338

10,000

$20,878

$579.94

$0.70

$52,995

8/31/21

31

2021

VW ID.4 Pro S AWD

$519

36

$3,496

10,000

$21,661

$601.69

$0.72

$48,175

8/31/21

32

2021

BMW X3 xDrive30e

$559

36

$5,099

10,000

$23,864

$662.89

$0.80

$51,835

8/31/21

33

2021

Volvo XC60 Recharge Plug-in

$559

36

$4,309

10,000

$23,874

$663.17

$0.80

$54,595

8/31/21

34

2021

BMW 530e

$539

36

$5,199

10,000

$24,064

$668.44

$0.80

$58,745

8/31/21

35

2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium AWD - after $7.5K Fed tax credit

$670

36

$670

10,500

$24,119

$669.96

$0.77

$56,400

 

36

2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E Select

$470

36

$7,970

10,500

$24,412

$678.10

$0.77

$43,995

 

37

2021

Tesla Model Y Long Range

$569

36

$5,069

10,000

$24,984

$694.00

$0.83

$55,190

 

38

2021

Volvo XC40 Recharge Pure Electric

$599

36

$4,099

10,000

$25,064

$696.22

$0.84

$55,085

8/31/21

39

2021

Audi e-tron (VA,MD)

$582

36

$5,476

10,000

$25,846

$717.94

$0.86

$66,995

8/31/21

40

2021

Audi e-tron Sportback (VA,MD)

$594

36

$5,488

10,000

$26,278

$729.94

$0.88

$70,195

8/31/21

41

2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E GT - after $7.5K Fed tax credit

$737

36

$737

10,500

$26,535

$737.07

$0.84

$61,000

 

42

2021

Audi e-tron Sportback (MA)

$559

36

$7,449

10,000

$27,014

$750.39

$0.90

$70,195

8/31/21

43

2021

Volvo S90 Recharge Plug-in

$719

36

$4,019

10,000

$29,184

$810.67

$0.97

$61,790

8/31/21

44

2021

Audi e-tron (CA)

$599

36

$8,393

10,000

$29,358

$815.50

$0.98

$71,090

8/31/21

45

2021

Volvo XC90 Recharge Plug-in

$695

36

$5,095

10,000

$29,420

$817.22

$0.98

$65,240

8/31/21

46

2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E Premium AWD

$670

36

$8,170

10,500

$31,619

$878.29

$1.00

$56,400

 

47

2021

Audi e-tron (MA)

$689

36

$7,579

10,000

$31,694

$880.39

$1.06

$66,995

8/31/21

48

2021

Audi e-tron Sportback (CA)

$699

36

$8,093

10,000

$32,558

$904.39

$1.09

$79,690

8/31/21

49

2021

BMW X5 xDrive45e

$799

36

$5,499

10,000

$33,464

$929.56

$1.12

$67,745

8/31/21

50

2021

Ford Mustang Mach-E GT

$737

36

$8,237

10,500

$34,035

$945.40

$1.08

$61,000

 

51

2021

BMW 745e

$899

36

$7,999

7,500

$39,464

$1,096.22

$1.75

$98,595

8/31/21

52

2021

Porsche Taycan

$999

36

$9,999

10,000

$44,964

$1,249.00

$1.50

$91,510

8/31/21

53

2021

Tesla Model S Long Range

$1,159

36

$8,659

10,000

$49,224

$1,367.33

$1.64

$91,190

 

54

2021

Tesla Model X Long Range

$1,259

36

$8,759

10,000

$52,824

$1,467.33

$1.76

$101,190

 

NOTE: Numbers do not include tax, license, doc fees, or state rebates (i.e. CVRP).

 

*PLEASE NOTE: Some offers may include taxes and license fees. Most offers do not. Taxes and license fees can add $1500 to $3000 over the life of a lease term. Keep this in mind when comparing a lease offer that includes everything to a lease offer that doesn't, and make sure you set your expectations accordingly before negotiating with a dealer.

When comparing $$$/mi on a low-mileage lease (i.e. 10K miles/year) versus a higher-mileage lease (i.e. 12K miles/year), the higher-mileage lease will almost always look better. Keep in mind that turning a 10K miles/year lease into a 12K miles/year lease will typically only cost an additional $0.07/mi to $0.15/mi more for that additional 2K miles/year, and most dealers are more than happy to increase the mileage allowance on the lease for a cost that is much less than the quoted over-mileage penalty (typically $0.20/mi to $0.25/mi) at the end of a lease.

 

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vin said...

Hey Jim - That's great! Seems like everyone I talk to that has a Bolt absolutely loves it. Been leaning toward the Volt since it's cheaper than the Bolt on a lease (at least it is here in So Cal)... which one I get will depend on what lease deals are like early next year.

About the used tires - yeah, I bought them several weeks before turning in the car. Minimum tread depth is 4/32" at turn-in. I had them installed a few days before turning in since I didn't want to risk chewing up the "new" tires, which only had 6/32". After they were installed, I took a picture of me measuring each tire with a depth gauge, and I called MBFS to warn them that I replaced the tires and that I am expecting them to not include the $817 charge on my final bill. I hope you don't have to deal with this when your lease is up, but if you do, I'd suggest measuring the tires before your complimentary inspection, and replacing with a used set prior to that inspection if it's anywhere close to the minimum tread depth. That's what I did with my RAV4 EV because its OEM tires were bald many months before the lease was up. In the end I decided to pay the residual and keep the car. Tires are holding up quite well since I bought a used set that had a considerable amount of tread depth (9/32", I think).

vrabbit8 said...

Hey vin, you do know that GM announced they're discontinuing the Volt. Seems like the Bolt is the only choice if you want a GM car. Volt was ok but for me having the range but having a whole other subsystem complicated things and really the range isn't an issue as much with the newer models.

Unknown said...

So boardwalk Nissan was for 1 2018 leaf that sold 5 days ago.2019 they want 7k down $282.@ month. Lol

Unknown said...

Really looking forward to more info about Hyundai Kona EV.

JohnL said...

Momentum Chevrolet has NOT offered the 2018 Chevy Bolt (199mo) lease for two weeks. Call them. Their website may still mention, but they have no 2018 Bolts. Wish they did.

vin said...

John Chang - yeah, me too!

JohnL - Looks like Momentum updated their scrolling banner this week, now shows a 2019 model, for $1500 more down than their 2018 deal. And I believe its MSRP is about $1000 less than the 2018 (no quick charge?).

Nicole Gruen said...

Hi - I am new to this. What is a factory lease vs leasing from a dealer? How can I get a factory lease?
Thanks in advance for your answer!

vin said...

Hi Nicole -

The Factory lease that I refer to on this site is a lease offer that's published on the manufacturer's website. Still need to go to a dealer to lease the car, but you should be able to go to the dealer with the factory offer information in hand(i.e. printed from the manufacturer website or on your smartphone) and negotiate them down from there. Or if you're negotiating with multiple dealers via email/text take a screenshot of the deal and send it to them, ask them if they can do better. When I'm shopping for a lease I use the factory offer as an absolute not-to-exceed number and would expect dealers to offer a better deal. If you have some kind of membership that has a car buying program (i.e. Costco, Sam's Club, AAA, AARP, etc) let the dealers know and they should be able to work a better deal.

Good luck, let me know if you have more questions or if you strike a deal!

tlc_301 said...

Hey Vin .. Hayward Nissan lease offer of the Leaf has been reduced: $159 / mo for the SV and $129 / mo for the S.

vin said...

Thanks, tlc_301! "details and Links" table has been updated; all other tables will be updated on the next weekly cycle. I appreciate the help!!!

Karina Chan said...

Chevy Fremont has a new Bolt lease deal -$99/month for 36 months. $5995 due at signing. It used to be $199/month with $4495 due at signing. I'm wondering if this $99/month deal is better than the $199 month one. I have to pay $1500 up front first for $1200 less on the monthly payments over a year.

vin said...

Hey Karina - thanks for the tip! I'll update Fremont's offer on the "Details and Links" table soon, want to give you time to act on the deal before spreading the word. Bottom line, Fremont's new deal is much better than the old deal. You are correct that in the first year of the lease you will be putting out $300 more, but in the second and third year you will be putting out $2400 less, by my calculation. So by the end of the three-year lease, the new offer will be over $2000 less. The average monthly cost is about $262/mo+tax+license, which as of this moment is by far the best Bolt EV lease deal outside of Massachusetts (home to Quirk Chevrolet). A great deal, in my opinion. Thanks again, let me know if you pick one up!

Karina Chan said...

Hi Vin, thanks for your reply! You're welcome! I saw the deal in comparison to your list and thought it was pretty sweet! That does make sense in savings over the 3 year lease! Are there any penalties if I have to exit the lease early? I also may go over 10k miles a year but assume I pay something like $1 for each extra mile I go over.

For the $99/month deal, the salesman says there are only 3 at that price and I would have to come in to see the full breakdown of the out the door total cost. There is a disclosure estimate on their website:

"*2019 CHEVROLET BOLT LT LEASE FOR 36 @ $99 per month LEASE SPECIAL $37,595 MSRP Disclosure: $99 PER MONTH, 36 MONTH CLOSED END LEASE. $5,995 DUE FROM CUSTOMER AND $3,750 REBATE, $500 LEASE CASH (MUST BE IN A CURRENT LEASE), FOR A TOTAL DRIVE OFF $10,245 PLUS TAX, TITLE AND LICENSE FEES. ZERO SECURITY DEPOSIT. 10,000 MILES PER YEAR .25 CENTS PER MILE EXTRA. MSRP AMOUNT OF $37,595. 3 AT THIS LEASE! VIN # K4115890, K4118786, K4117606 OFFER EXPIRES 1/31/2019"

Thanks for your help!

vin said...

Hi Karina - the language I see on their website says that its $0.25/mi if you go over, which is typical. You can ask them to price a lease with 12000 miles a year or more, typically it should only cost maybe $0.07-$0.15 per mile to do so. But it will be cheaper than paying it at lease end.

Turning in the car early on this lease deal will cost you A LOT. First off, you will lose that $5995 up-front and then will be charged the difference between market price and whatever the balance is on the lease, which is typically residual plus remaining lease payments. It's ugly. I would strongly advise not leasing unless you plan on keeping the car for the full 3 years.

Also, if it were me, I would ask them to structure a $0 drive-off lease. It should be about $280/mo+tax. I just don't like to put a huge amount down on a depreciating asset if I don't have to.

Let me know if you have any more questions!

Unknown said...

I had leased a spark in 2014 and found out the lease protect policy also covered over milage maybe good to check (Nissan doesn't)lease protect covers damage and at about 800. It was well worth it.

Karina Chan said...

Thank you Vin! I went with a 12000 miles per year lease and they charged $15/month extra for that. Overall it turns out to be about $320 a month (tax included) with the CA and PG&E rebate. Thank you for your insight and tips!

Steven said...

Hi Vin,

I am talking to Fremont Chevy regarding the Bolt lease. Just want to check to see if anyone has a breakdown of what the tax, license, title (the drive off fees) are? they want $1800 for these fees, which seem kind of high?

Thanks,
Steven

vin said...

Hi Steven - Okay, so tax on the lease incentive (it's $7500 or so, correct?) is about $7000. Tax on cap reduction of $4995 is another $500 or so. License is about $500. So that's about $1700, then dealers seem to like to charge $80+ for doc fee, which brings us close to $1800. So yeah, if my estimates are close, $1800 is unfortunately reasonable. Let me know if you go through with it... good luck!

Hey Karina - CONGRATULATIONS! If you post a pic of your new ride on photobucket or something, let me know where it is and I'll use it as a background image for this site. I'm tired of staring at my own EVs. :-)

Steven said...

Thanks Vin for the quick reply. I have asked for the break down from the sales guy so it will be good to know in advance what I am looking for. If I do get it, I will sure to send you a pic as well (fingers crossed). Their $99 Bolt doesn't even have the fast charger...

Karina Chan said...

Hey Vin - Here's the picture with my Bolt https://ibb.co/6rR5r4t - had to blur out the mandatory paper license plate they put on. Let me know if it works ok. I can take a higher res photo if you need to expand it.

I think the DC fast charger costs $8 more a month? I didn't see myself needing it since we have chargers in the office and don't need to go on long road trips so the regular charger works for me!

Steven said...

Hi Karina,

Congrats on your new Bolt!

What is the final deal that you got from this dealer? are you doing a no money down and paying $320/mon? what do you mean by "with the CA and PGE rebate?" (I know about the rebate but don't know how is that calculated into your monthly?)

I appreciate any insight and tips you can provide as I will be heading there tomorrow!

Thanks,

Karina Chan said...

Hey Steven,

I paid $8800 down and $160(with wear and tear warranty) a month. I factored in the rebate from CA ($2500) and PG&E ($500) to calculate my $320 out of a month cost. Hope that helps! I don't have a current lease so I didn't get the $500 lease cash. My drive off fees ended up being $2800. I went for 12000k miles a year! Hope that helps and good luck tomorrow! I see that their deal changed to $159 a month with $5995 down on their website.

Jim said...

$320 a month seems pretty high. Was that really the cheapest lease you could find?

Karina Chan said...

Yeah, in California that's the cheapest one I could find

Nicole Gruen said...

We leased a BOLT at Dublin Chevrolet in California 10 days ago.

- fast charge
- shock color

We paid:
$5000 (that includes $999 for the insurance that covers damage, all tax, license, fees, registration etc.)
$310 per month (includes tax and extra for the shock color)

Our car came with the red sticker, which is crucial for the Bay Area.

We will get $2500 CA rebate and $800 PGE rebate

Karina Chan said...

Oh it's $800 now from PGE? :) Amazing! I applied in 2018 for my Prius Prime but it was only $500

Steven said...

Hi Vin and Karina,

Thanks for the info. I got the Bolt EV LT base model (nightfall gray) + Fast Charger from Fremont, Yay!

Out the door it was:
$7290 ($6000 + tax, license, and fee)

$99 (base advertised price)
+$10 (fast charger)
+$35 (15k mile/yr adjustment)
+$13 (tax)
=====
$157 monthly

Hope this helps someone else looking to get an EV in the bay area.

Karina Chan said...

You're welcome, Steven. Glad you got a better deal! I should have negotiated the drive off fee more :) Lesson learned!

I also heard that the EV checks from PGE are being bounced(assuming this kicked in since they've announced bankruptcy) - https://www.reddit.com/r/bayarea/comments/amal0o/800_ev_check_bounced/

Jim said...

Steven - did you really lease your Bolt for $157 including ALL costs? Wow - deal of the century. It kind of looks like you paid $157 plus the downpayment stuff, which would be $202.50 x 36 months. Anyway, I really love my 2017 Bolt which now has over 15,000 miles on it. I assumed this car via a lease with 4k on it, and I think my payments are about $260 a month with all expenses totaled. It has the minor damage policy and comes with 12k per year miles. About the time my lease is up, there will be a bunch of 2017 Bolts being turned in with their 3 year lease up. I am really curious what happens to the used market at that time, because the repurchase price of this car is ridiculous - it might be around $26k.

Steven said...

Hi Karina,

Seems from the reddit poster that those check issued before PGE bankruptcy was effected, but PGE will re-issue the check. So fingers crossed that the rebate still works.

Hi Jim,

I paid $7290 down PLUS $157 per month. So if we were to amortize the down over the 36 months, that will be (7290-2500(CA rebate)-800(PGE rebate)=4000)/36 = 112 + 157 = 268 per month. So about the same as yours.

Yeah I was thinking about all the lease returns - they all have ridiculously high residual values. Why would anybody spend more money to buy a 3-year old EV when they can get a new EV for cheaper? So what happens to all those lease returns? I really don't know...

Karina Chan said...

I agree...I would be looking for a new Bolt lease or another EV if there's more options once the 3 years is up :)

Steven said...

Hi Vin,

Just wanted to remind your readers who either bought or will buy GM cars, to sign up for the gmrewards program within 30 days. the program offers 20,000 points for purchase or lease of a new GM car, which equals to $100 in GM parts, service, or accessories.

Unknown said...

shopping for the 2019 Hyundai Kona EV. Edmunds connected me with 3 LA area dealers. Here is the (ridiculous?) deal offered from Glendale Hyundai...am I missing something, like maybe taking into account the $7,500 federal credit?:


Just ran lease numbers on the SEL I have coming in:

2019 Kona EV SEL FWD
Ultra Black/Black Interior
MSRP: $37,865.00
36 months lease
12,000 miles per year
With only $1,500.00 out of pocket
Your monthly: $581.00 + Tax O.A.C.

vin said...

My guess is that dealer lease offers on the Kona EV will be ridiculous until Hyundai comes out with a factory lease offer that bakes in a good chunk (if not all) of the $7500 tax credit. What's the residual on that lease offer?

Unknown said...

sorry, dealer did not respond to my follow-up questions.

Unknown said...
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Unknown said...

wow...take a look this email with the Dealer lalrk-up from MSRP for 2019 Hyunda Kona EV after i signed up with TrueCar:



Glendale Hyundai

411 S Brand Blvd, Glendale, CA 91204

Hi ,

Thanks for your interest in Glendale Hyundai. Go ahead and review our in-stock offers. Here’s my contact info, talk to you soon!

contact-photo
Ash Edwards

Internet Sales Manager

(626) 223-6001

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2019 Hyundai Kona EV SEL
VIN: KM8K23AG7KU022195

recommended-listing
MSRP: $37,935

Your TruePrice

$41,023

View Offer

Issued to gary wimenitz

2019 Hyundai Kona EV Ultimate
VIN: KM8K53AG8KU024433

recommended-listing
MSRP: $45,980

Your TruePrice

$49,107

View Offer

Issued to gary wimenitz

2019 Hyundai Kona EV Limited
VIN: KM8K33AG2KU024966

recommended-listing
MSRP: $45,980

Your TruePrice

$49,277

View Offer

Issued to gary wimenitz

2019 Hyundai Kona EV Limited
VIN: KM8K33AG1KU024392

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2019 Hyundai Kona EV Limited
VIN: KM8K33AG2KU023574

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MSRP: $42,565

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Spoonman. said...

Phillipsburg-Easton Honda in NJ has Clarity Touring for $4000 down, $189/month:
Link

Riverbiker 2 said...

Seeing so many leases with very high down-payments.
Word of caution! Here is what happened to our lease:

2017 leased Leaf got rear ended. Quickly turned into a total loss.
Lease ended. We lost the $3000 down payment!

Nissan collected the estimated value of the car from the other insurance which in our case turned out to be $6000 higher than our lease buyout value at that time. We complained to Nissan and requested a refund. Well - Nissan owns the car and is not obliged to refund anything. Got a $700 check as a courtesy at least :-)

Learning:
1) Try to get a lease with zero or very low down payment or risk loosing it all.
Only trying to minimize the monthly payment is the wrong strategy. Kind of like getting excited about a larger tax refund at the end of the year where really it is just a matter of your withholding.

2) When you are in a lease keep an eye out on the buy out and residual value. If you notice that the actual used car value is much higher than your lease buy out you may want to end your lease early and buy the car. Or use this equity in the lease to obtain a new (leased) car.

Unknown said...

@Riverbiker that's awful. Pretty shitty of Nissan too. I was wondering why you were rear ended: could it have been related to regenerative braking: maybe the brake lights don't go on? That topic is always an interesting one.

Diegot said...

SUNNYVALE VW: 2019 e-GOLF SE LEASE:

My name is Diego Talamantes and I work at Sunnyvale VW! We sell the most e-Golfs in the nation and have the 2019 SE w/ Driver Assistance Package at $77 plus tax for a 24 month lease!

Lease Term: 24 months
Mileage: 7,500 per year
Total Drive Off: $4,288 which includes all taxes, fees and your first monthly payment
Monthly Payment: $77 plus tax for 23 remaining payments All on approved credit

We have sold over 60 e-Golfs since March 1st, this special expires 3/31/19! Please, contact me directly at (805) 868-5050 to claim this deal!

Thinks Too Much said...

I'm in Arizona and I'm in a position to try an EV lease but I see there are no options at all in the state. So many cars out that look accessible. Is there a way to know when they will expand their areas to include Arizona?

enjoylife said...

My Nissan leaf lease (2 yr) was expiring on 24th May and I was contemplating whether to buy a new 2019 S (40 KW) or lease that one or even buy the current lease at the end of 2 year (the residual price was $11531 + $300 fees + taxes).

In terms of the lease since I qualified for VPP ($1150) and loyalty ($2000) discounts, I was able to negotiate the deal for 2 year 10K mileage to $109/month payment for 23 months and $1690 down payment + taxes and other stuff. Basically if I include the down payment and fees and also the monthly installment and its taxes, it all boiled down to ~$235 per month (this was from Hayward Nissan and Fremont Nissan).

At the same time I started searching for the new Leaf 2019 S prices and was able to get the sale price from Hayward Nissan (the cheapest) at $28,343 and adding the VPP ($1150) and loyalty ($2000) on top pulled that price down to $25,193. The MSRP for this model (2019 S without quick charge) was $31,845.

So I called them and they told that there was only 1 model at this price and they didn't have any other 2019 S leaf without quick charge in stock and getting it from other store would cost me $350 more. They told them to come to the dealership if I was damn serious and see what they could do. I went there at 7.30 PM tonight and was able to get the sale price to $25000 (and that too for 2019 Leaf S with Quick Charge). I paid then $5K down payment and the only gotcha was I would need to finance the rest with NMAC and guess what - they offered me 0% APR/APY deal but I would need to pay that amount in 36 months.

To me - this looked like an awesome deal... from all angles and so wanted to list this out for anyone looking to buy and/or lease it.

I had similarly leased my current Leaf in 2017 from Fremont Nissan at $137 per month (includes tax) deal with $0 down in May 2017 and only 23 month payment. I didn't pay a dime out of my pocket when I signed my current lease deal back in May 2017. At that time since I was previous Nissan Leaf lease owner, I qualifies for customer loyalty and VPP discount.

Should you need details of the guy who helped me at Hayward Nissan, message me.. He was a gentlemen in terms of offering me a deal and you know it's not too typical of car sales folks..

2.5 years ago back in Dec 2016 I had similarly bought the 2017 Toyota Camry flat for $17500 and at that time there used to be a website carjojo.com which showed me the price of $18000 for the car and I was able to negotiate it down to $17500 + taxes out the door. That website is no more but it calculated the price and marked down the negotiation price based on the number of days the car stayed in the dealer lot. Each passing day the car stayed unsold the website would start discounting and show a price to the user starting which you would use for your negotiation.

Let me know should you need more details..

enjoylife said...

Just a nit in my earlier message...

>> I was able to negotiate the deal for 2 year 10K mileage to $109/month payment for 23 months and $1690 down payment + taxes and other stuff.

It was $129/month payment for 23 months and $1690 down payment + taxes and all other stuff but basically it all boiled down to ~$235/month with taxes payment

Apologies for the minor typo earlier...

SacEVdriver said...

I just noticed that both SMUD and PG&E in Northern California are offering $3,500 of the purchase of a new 2019 Nissan Leaf. Also, several VW dealers are offering steep discounts on the purchase of a new 2019 VW e-golf. The biggest discount that I saw was $9,000 off MSRP for a 2019 VW e-golf SEL at Sunnyvale VW. Most VW dealers will match deals once you have an offer in writing (e-mail).

Good luck!

Jason said...

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Spoonman. said...

Looks like Volvo is setting up lease deals for the S60 T8 - here's one with a "manufacturer offer" in PA.

Unknown said...

Hi Vin,

Been following your blog for years, helped me get a great dela on my 2016 Volt at Capitol Chevy, flew up form LA.

Like you, I have been tracking EV prices, primarily the Bolt. I am also thinking of buying a 2016/17 Kia Soul EV. They are priced aroind $12-15k, depending on trim and mileage.

What I don't understand, and I hope you can explain is the price of 2017 Bolts. Obviously these are now coming off 3 yr leases. They all seem to be in dealer hands and start at around $21k.

This has me so confused, because some CA dealers are offering new 2019s for around $26-27k.

If I take into account the $3,750 fed tax credit and the $2,500 CA rebate, then, before sales tax, the 2019s are nearly the same price as the 3 year old 2017s?

The only logical explanation is that the dealers are calulating 2017 values off of MSRP, and not factoring in the $7500 (back in 2017) or the $2500 before calulating residual value.

I think the Kia Soul is taking the up front rebates partly into account.

How do the dealers think they are going to sell the 2017s for nearly the same net price as the 2019s?

Any suggestions in how to get a realistic price on a 2017?

Thanks

Gary

vin said...

Hi Gary - glad to hear you find value in this website!

So... I looked at the lease deal data from 2017, and it looks like Bolt lease deals were pretty expensive in the beginning of 2017, didn't start dropping below $300/mo (average across all deals found) until June 2017, so I'm thinking that more Bolts should be coming off of lease this summer. As far as folks that bought their Bolts back then, I'm thinking that many are happy with them and are holding on to them.

Another factor - I looked at the insideevs sales data for 2017, looks like Bolts were sold at about 1000/mo from Jan through April, then started climbing to double that in July, and by the ed of the year was selling at over 3000/month. So if you can wait maybe another half year, many more Bolt lease returns should hit the market and probably drive the cost down.

I looked at cars.com, autotrader, and craigslist, and there really aren't that many 2017 Bolts out there to be had, which doesn't help your situation. I also looked at kbb.com, trade-in value for an el strippo 2017 Bolt with 30K miles is $20,599. Private party value is $22,848. So apparently from what I can tell the market is supporting the current values you are seeing.

One thing to consider - I am seeing 2017 Bolt Premiers going for about the same price as 2017 Bolt LTs, so maybe the 2017 Bolts that you are seeing have more options than a basic 2019 Bolt that goes for $26-$27K?

As for me, I picked up a nicely optioned BMW certified 2015 i3 BEV for $15K a few months ago, 22k miles, really happy with it. Don't need much range, so it works for me. Market was flooded with these things back then, and now the longer-range 2017 models are starting to drop in price.

Good luck Gary, let me know how it goes!

David said...

I went to Premier Nissan to day to try and get the $4000 down, 296/ mo SL+. No way.
Hello David,$465/mo+tax Something about my job had to be associted with Nissan, and I had to already own a leaf. I responded they just priced themselves above a Tesla!

Paul said...

I contacted sierra chevrolet about the bolt for 239 and 1599 down and they tell me that they don't know what I am talking about. Any insight

vin said...

Hi Paul - yeah, a couple of things... first, the ranking tables show Sierra's advertised offer, minus tax and license. I do this so that their offer can be compared apples-to-apples against other dealers, which for the most part do not include tax and license. I do parrot the dealer offers as I see them on the "Details and Links" table. I also include a link to the dealer's website so you can verify the offer I show here is still valid. In Sierra's case, they updated their offer recently, and it's actually a better offer than what you saw here (I just updated it today).

So, before you go back to them (or any other dealer you see here), I strongly encourage you to check the dealer's website to verify that the offer is still being advertised. Then, when talking to the dealer, quote what is on their website, since they should be very familiar with what they publish. I have no affiliation with any of the dealers, so they probably don't even know this site exists. Good luck!

Paul said...

Interesting. thanks vin. i just looked on your blog and I don't see any new listings. On sierra's site, it appears to be the same also.

What were the terms you updated it to?

vin said...

Hi Paul - Sierra's new terms on a Bolt are $199/mo+tax, $3295 due at signing. So the drive-off is more, but the monthly is less. Their new deal ends up with an average monthly cost that is about $15/mo cheaper then their old offer of $239/mo+tax, $2395 at signing. I just checked Sierra's web site, offer is still on their "Specials" page. Looks like it might be a one-only, it cites a VIN that the deal applies to.

Unknown said...

Email around and found that the hidden cost much higher. For example:

Hayward Nissan:
119/month + 4364 down+acq
Contacted their sales and it came out as
119/month + 2500 down + 2800 fee, and you must qualify for Nissan Loyalty Discount $2000 and VPP $1150. If you have neither the final cost will be $4096 more than on this list.

Bolt:
Quoted several dealers and no one can get that price of Steven Creeks Chevrolet, including itself. Also they need you are in a current lease and your employer to be on their list.

Smart:
Only close dealer is Mercedes SF, which asks you repeatedly to visit their office for the price. No data point.

David said...

Those of you who can handle the limited range of the E-Golf may want to consider purchasing. In Northern California (HanLee's in Richmond & Capitol in San Jose are the 2 I asked) are both offering 10K off list, leaving the sale price around $23,500. $10K off from Fed/ state= $13.5k, - whatever PG&E is offering now. Very cheap for a new car.

Raoul R said...

Thanks to David, I checked the Hanlees.net site and found the Hyudai Ioniq EV on a factory lease offer, $109/mo., $2500 down, 12,000 miles/yr. If true, that's a really great deal.

Unknown said...

@David thanks for the information. Bought E-Golf two weeks ago with 10.5K off. Employer is not on VPP else can save another 500.

Scott W said...

Hey Vin - was there any more news on your relative Kyle? I have been looking at online news and havent seen anything for some time. Still hoping for a good outcome.

Also, I see on Hyundai's website they have a lease offer for the Ioniq elec for $2500 down and $109 a month. I live in so-cal so I am very much considering this as my 2016 Ford focus elec lease is ending in Feb 2020. What are your thoughts on this offer and the Ioniq?

thanks for any help.

Topangan said...

I am in the exact same situation as you Scott. Unfortunately, they are going fast and dealer are jacking up the price. Last quote I got was $2600 down and $259/month including tax....:(

Unknown said...

Seems like if you are not looking for an EV with a big battery, the e-golf at $13.5k beats everything by a mile. I really don't understand the decision making process of these EV car companies at all. Take the bolt: GM designs the car with a great battery, but makes zero effort in selling them. Contrast that with Nissan Leaf: I have actually seen ads for Leaf, but they have designed that car to have about as tiny a battery as possible: they are always on the low end of the scale. Only now can you buy the Leaf + but even that is not as good as Bolt.

vin said...

Hi Scott W - thanks to you and Raoul for the tip! That's an awesome deal. I updated the "Details and Links" table, will update the factory offer ranking table shortly.

No new news on Kyle, he is still missing. Search and rescue effort has been called off, and the missing persons investigation is ongoing.

Hey Topangan - is that offer for a base model or a Limited? If it's for a Limited and the $2600 is out-the-door, it's a pretty decent deal. Not a killer deal like the $109/mo base model offer, but maybe worth considering...

You guys probably already did this, but in case you didn't, I checked the inventory on Hyundai's website. Looks like there are a handful of base models left (in SF/SJ area, all five are at Hanlees; down south there is one in Temecula and two in the valley at Russell Westbrook). Good luck, and please send me a link to an image of your new ride so I can change the background on this website :-)

Scott W said...

I looked on the Hanlees VW dealership website and did not see any e-golf in their listed inventory. Do you know if any other dealerships in CA offer a similar price?

Diegot said...

Sunnyvale VW is offering $10k off MSRP not including partner program discount and we have the largest inventory in CA. We’ve also sold the most e-golfs in CA for the past 3 years running according to data straight from VW of America. Ask for Diego there!

David said...

So I contacted Hayward VW as they are the closest to my home. They let an E-Golf go for $23,000! of course + $2600 in tax and DMV. I expect $10,800 from state, Feds, and PG&E.
$15,000 and I own it.

Isaac Tysanner said...

I think the Stevens Creek Kia Niro EV listing on your site must be in error. You wrote that the lease cost is $9910 over 3 years, but 1) the math does not add up for that listing, and 2) the only lease deal I see advertised on their site is for the EV EX Premium for $299/month + $5995 down.

vin said...

Thanks Isaac, I made the correction. I appreciate your help!

Scott W said...

Vin - My 2016 lease is coming up in 2 months and I would like to lease either a 2019 Huyndai Ionic EV (not limited trim) or Honda Clarity EV. The Ionic is nowhere to be found in So Cal, and just about the same on the Clarity via online searches. Do you or anyone else out there have any suggestions on how to better determine if anymore of these cars will become available before the end of the year? If a dealership responds back to say 'none available' does that mean that all of these 2019 models are pretty much sold out and I have zero chance to get one? Why does both Hyndai and Honda websites list great lease offers for these 2 cars when they no longer carry them in their new inventory? I am surprised at the difficulty I am having to find a new lease in my price range of around $200 per month with $2500 down. Thanks for any help.

daeofcal said...

Basically, Hyundai had a fire sale to get rid of all 2019 Ioniq inventory as next year's model is redesigned. As far as I know (even checked upstate NY), there are none left in the country. Manufacturer's landing page doesn't refresh quite often, so it's not always going to reflect the reality.

Hyundai will probably repeat that exercise with the Limited trim in the near future, albeit at a slightly higher price point, so keep your eyes peeled for that. And same scenario for 2019 eGolf SELs.

Unknown said...

Great site! The Quirk Leaf for $45/mo is a S not an SL as listed.

Scott W said...

I gave up trying to find a Ioniq or Clarity and went with a Bolt on a 3 year lease. More money for sure, but you get what you pay for with the 240 mile range. Still trying to get used to everything and aside from having to plug in my phone for the navigation, I am liking the car. Thanks Daeofcal for your reply.

Paul Duran at Stevens Creek Chevrolet - San Jose said...

Great News! I can do a Upfront One Pay Lease right now for $11,250 including all taxes and fees. Here is what you need for this deal. You need to be a Costco Member, and have Current Leased Vehicle. It's for 36 months, 10,000 miles a year. We can put $3000 on a credit Card and the rest you can write me a check.

Now lets do the Math. $11,250- $700 Costco- $800 Pg&e Rebate- and the 2500 Ca Rebate-$100 from Chevy My Rewards. So the out pocket cost for you is really $7150 plus no gas. It's almost free!

That's really, Really Cheap!! Also please if you know of anyone that may like this deal have them call me or text me at (408) 464-6499 ask for Paul

Paul Duran
Stevens Creek Chevrolet
Internet Sales Manager
(408) 464-6499

tlc_301 said...

Hey Vin,

I don't see this on the page ... Hayward Nissan is offering:

2019 Nissan LEAF S Quick Charge Package
Lease for $99/mo.[1] VPP & Nissan Loyalty for 24 mos w/$2,000 down

2019 Nissan LEAF SV
Lease for $99/mo.[1] VPP & Nissan Loyalty for 24 mos w/$2,000 down

2019 Nissan LEAF SV PLUS All Weather Package
Lease for $159/mo.[1] VPP & Nissan Loyalty for 24 mos w/$2,000 down

http://www.haywardnissan.com/new-nissan-leaf-lease-finance-offers-near-fremont-ca.htm

vin said...

Thanks for the help tlc_301! Those offers are on the list now, sans VPP cash.

Scott W - congrats on your new Bolt! In hindsight, I think it was a very wise decision to get it when you did because Bolt lease offers seemed to sour as 2019 Bolt inventory continued to diminish. Sorry I didn't respond, I need to get better at that.

Daeofcal - thanks for chiming in with your insight!

Paul - That was a pretty sweet offer. I suspect you were able to land a few butts in the driver's seat of some Bolts with that one. Would be awesome to see more of that in 2020!


Happy Holidays, everyone!

Unknown said...

Hi I used the info from your website and contacted Sunnyvale Nissan for the 2019 Leaf SV plus
and the best they came back with is $ 5,495 to get the monthly payment of $299.

So please be forewarned and change the info on the website. Do let me know if there is some info I am missing.

Poorni

vin said...

Hi Poorni -

Thanks, I removed the Sunnyvale offer in the "Details and Links" table since I checked their website and the offer is no longer published. I hope to update the rest of the table by Sunday, then the ranking table should be updated on Monday. Data on this site is updated two to three times per month. I do include published expiration dates (if there is one), but many times the dealers will pull their offer from their website before that date.

When communicating with the dealer, it is best to refer to the offer information on their website, not the information I have posted here, because the info I have here could be out of sync (unfortunately I don't have the bandwidth to update the entire website daily, and even if I did, there would still undoubtedly be times when some data here would be obsolete). I provide the links to dealer websites so you and others can use them to verify that the offer is still valid before contacting the dealer. Also, note that some dealers bake in conditional offers (i.e. loyalty, conquest/competitive, etc)in their numbers, some don't. I don't annotate the data here with that information; it's up to the reader to read the fine print on the dealer's website to figure out which conditional offers are included and what may apply to their situation.

So anyway, sorry for the confusion, and I hope you still find some value in this website as well as the EV lease and discount pages on electrek, for guiding you to which dealers are likely to have decent EV deals in your area. Happy hunting!

tlc_301 said...

EVGO (https://www.evgo.com/nissanenergyperks/) has changed its program with Nissan Leaf (due to abuse by Uber and Lyft drivers sharing their free charging accounts).

The 2-year "No Charge to Charge" promotion (https://www.evgo.com/special-offers/nissan-no-charge-charge/) ended last July 2019. EVGO is now offering $250 credit in place of the No Charge to Charge.

tlc_301 said...

I called Fairfield Chevrolet and "Obi" confirmed that the Bolt is out of stock. He will call me when they have some inventory.

Dave R. said...

I am late with this tip, no idea if it will persist until Feb, but Jim Barnard (NY) is offering Bolt lease, LT with DC1 and CC pkgs, for $179/mo 12k miles/year

https://www.barnardchevy.com/LeaseOffers

vin said...

Thanks Dave R! It's still in their weekly ad, so I'm adding it to the list.

David said...

Hi, Has anyone actually gotten the Fairfield Bolt deal? Are any dealers even close to matching it? Thanks!

JohnL said...

The BOLT EV deal at Fairfield in CA is unusually good. What is your experience in whether dealerships honor their offers. Any advice on how to avoid them unfairly tacking on extra fees? We called tonight and they said, “Well, we don’t have any of those cars on the lot right now, but can I have the Sales Manager call you in the morning?” Any thoughts?

tlc_301 said...

Contacted Boardwalk Nissan over the weekend. They said said they only had 2 at the lease offered and both are gone.

Raoul R said...

Re Fairfield: I went there 8/18 to lease a Volt that was advertised. Photo of the car and its VIN were in the ad, and the car was in the showroom. But they refused to honor the ad price. They said it was a mistake, but a couple weeks later they were still running the ad. Idk if that is their m.o. but I ended up getting a Volt at F.H. Dailey.

Dave R. said...

Van Bortel in Rochester, NY has a great Chevy Bolt deal this month, both purchase and lease...

https://www.vanbortelchevrolet.net/Lease-Specials

Spoonman. said...

Audi Allentown (PA) has a 2019 e-tron for $599/month with $6999 down:
page that currently shows that lease

Dave R. said...

Van Bortal still advertising good lease and purchase deals, Bolt lease now $225, up $25/month from prior deal but still better than national advertised price.
https://www.vanbortelchevrolet.net/Lease-Specials

tlc_301 said...

I saw on a Nissan site that NMAC is offering $9500 lease cash with an expiration date of 5-4-20. But I can't seem to find it on Nissan's site or at other sites. Can anyone confirm?

Calling the dealership but no one is working in sales on the weekend with a lockdown in place.

Chaz Smith said...

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Erica Rule said...

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wq2345 said...

Very useful page. Thanks for keeping it up to date. Helped me get a good lease deal on a 2019 Chevy Volt Premier last August.
Question/suggestion:
Ever see any deals on the Subaru Crosstrek Plug-in Hybrid?
Is there a reason it is not mentioned on this page?
Thanks again.

wq2345 said...

Sorry that was a good deal on a 2019 Chevy Bolt Premier last August. Darn autocorrect.

vin said...

Hi wq2345 - glad you find this site useful! I haven't been able to find any Crosstrek Hybrid lease offers published on dealer websites. I can't even find the a factory lease offer on the Subaru website. However, I did find dealer discounts on the east coast, which I report on electrek (https://electrek.co/best-electric-vehicle-prices). I'll try to look for more Subaru deals this weekend, let me know if there's a particular state or region I should focus on. Thanks!

wq2345 said...

Thanks again Vin. Well I'm in California (Southern) so anything on this side would be of interest. But I think you are right, there doesn't seem to be a lot of discounts advertised for the Crosstrek Hybrid these days.

vin said...

Hi wq2345 - All I could find down here is a $2203 discount at Palm Springs Subaru (MSRP $39488). Next closest is Subaru of Fresno, but that's only $1500 off. Santa Monica Subaru is advertising a lease at $469/mo with $0 down, which seems like it might be a decent discount... according to the leasehackr.com calculator, a $0 down 3-year 10K lease on a $37K Subaru with no discount should be about $521/mo. Here is the link for the lease offer:

https://www.subarusantamonica.com/new-subaru-specials-in-los-angeles-ca.htm

If it were me, I'd take the numbers from the Palm Springs and/or Santa Monica dealers and shop them locally. Seems like some So Cal dealers have substantial inventory (ie 10+ Crosstrek Hybrids on the lot), so there should be a bit competition that you could use to your advantage. Maybe try the link to local Subaru deals on the electrek page, see what you get... :-)

Good luck, let me know if you have any more questions or if you are able to find a deal you are happy with!

wq2345 said...

Thanks Vin for all the research! This is great. Will let you know how my search goes it if I find anything worth updating.

David said...

The lowest price Leaf listed at Serramonte is $323/mo. Any hints on how to find the $149 you have listed? Thanks!

Mike K said...

David - am emailing with them now on the SV+ as I couldn't find the deal for that one either on their site. Will update back on what they say and if they are available.

Also they are now Golden State Nissan: https://www.goldenstatenissan.com/

tlc_301 said...

The Serramonte deal is not valid. I just talked to the sales manager and he said the 149 deal is only valid in Southern California. People in Northern CA cannot drive down there to lease one because they check your zip code.

I think the Valencia Nissan deal is also mislabeled as CA (N) because it's located in SoCal

David said...

Hyundai corporate has a pretty crazy special offer on 2019 Hyundai Ioniq electric: $109/month with $2500 due at signing, 36 months, 10k miles max. Offer valid 6/2-7/6, 2020.

https://www.hyundaiusa.com/us/en/offers/detail?model=Ioniq%20Electric&year=2019&offerType=LeaseOffer

Jim said...

Fremont Chevy has a pretty loaded 2017 Bolt Premier with 63k miles for under $18,000. I have a leased Bolt that expires Oct. 12 and plan to buy a used Bolt. I think Bolts have gone down in price in the used market. Any opinions on whether the price will continue to slide in the next 3 months? I think the slide is due partly from the returned 36 month lease Bolts.

vin said...

David, Mike, tlc_301 - Thanks for the corrections! I changed Serramonte Nissan to Golden State Nissan and updated to their best offer right now (which is not that good). Also, I removed the Valencia Nissan offer since they seem to have morphed into a Mazda dealership.

I stopped posting that killer factory lease deal on a 2019 Ioniq Electric when I couldn't find a 2019 anywhere in the nation. Inventory went pretty fast after they first published that deal.

David said...

vin regarding the 2019 Ioniq lease deal: Yeah I actually realized after posting the comment that there was zero inventory. Wonder how many people benefited from that. It was crazy cheap, and the Ioniq is a nice vehicle.

Thanks for continuing to aggregate deals and update this post. It is a real benefit to EV enthusiasts and low-cost-minded motorists. I have forwarded to any friends I know who are looking at vehicles whether they are EV minded or not!

tlc_301 said...

I just purchased a 2020 Bolt with 3 miles for $27k at Capitol Chevy. But I believe many / all Chevy dealers are providing similar incentives. After the CA & Federal incentives the price is very reasonable.

Jim said...

how much federal and state incentive do you get for the car now? Did it have Level 3 charging?

tlc_301 said...

Total $3800 Fed + CA + utility
No fast charge, which is a $750 option. We have solar and level2, didn't need fast charge in the past and was specifically looking for no fast charge to lower the price.

Jim said...

Thanks Tic301 - I have 3 more months of my leased Bolt - love this car. Going to buy another - used or new. I want a level 3 - I bet the resale value is worth at least $75, so I would spring for it..

Jim said...

whoops - meant "worth at least $750"

Unknown said...

Hey Vin, Looking at some of the sheets the VW-Egolf for the Team Volkswagen in Hayward and some of them have the deal wrong. It should be a 24month lease not 36months. https://www.vwhayward.com/new-vw-e-golf-sign-and-drive-lease-offers-hayward-ca.htm. I think I found another deal as well which theoretically would be the lowest for the EGolf in CA. It should be the VW Sunnyvale https://www.sunnyvalevw.com/2019-egolf-lease-offers.htm

Martine Pavel said...

Your post is really amazing, thank you for sharing this with us.

upcoming electric cars

tlc_301 said...

Costco is offering $3000 incentive for the Bolt https://www.costcoauto.com/save/model.aspx?makeid=7&model=bolt

Jim said...

I purchased a 2017 Bolt Premier loaded with all the bells and whistles. It also had roof rails and a trailer hitch. 28k miles and I bought it for $18,200 on Craigslist.

Heather S said...

My husband & I bought our 2020 Chevrolet Bolt from the best salesperson, Marci Adishian.  I emailed her to say thank you, but it bounced back.  Her cell number is 310-291-6939, or she can be reached on Facebook, or email marciadishian@gmail.com.  Marci knows cars like Marisa Tomei in My Cousin Vinny.  She is responsive, honest, straightforward, thorough, patient, and kind.  Don’t shop for any brand of car without talking with her!

David said...

In case you all were wondering about the post above, Marci works at https://www.chevyofmontereypark.com/ in Los Angeles

Heather S said...

She doesn’t work there anymore.

David said...

@Heather S Are you going to tell us where she does work, or just come here to say she is wonderful?

Dave R. said...

Rochester dealer advertising $118/mo for a $38,800 Bolt LT lease.

Fine print, $1k down, NYS pays $2k, + first payment, tax, dmv, +$650 acquisition, total of payments $4,248, 10k miles/year.

https://www.rjchevrolet.com/WEEKLY-AD-NEW

Spoonman. said...

Fred Beans Hyundai in Doylestown, PA has a Sonata PHEV offer of $109/mo with $3995 down or $209/mo with zero down: Monthly Specials

vin said...

Thanks Spoonman! Looks like someone scooped up that offer since the dealer no longer has the vehicle in stock. I've added Fred Beans to my watch list and am including their Ioniq EV and Kona EV discounts when I update the EV discounts list on electrek. I appreciate the help!

Dave R. said...

best lease deal on 2020 Bolt EV LT I have seen to date, $168/mo 10k miles, includes Costco offer.
https://www.rjchevrolet.com/WEEKLY-AD-NEW

Warriors said...

How often is this updated? A lot of deals already expired

wq2345 said...

Hey vin - all ok? No updates in nearly 3 months. Highly unusual. Regardless, very useful website I do check regularly and hope all is ok?

Eugene Choi said...

Thank you so much for compiling and posting this list. It helped me tremendously with a difficult decision.

Unknown said...

I have relied on your site for providing many people in the Sacramento region with the latest lease deals on EVs and PHEVs, but there have not been updates since June. I hope that you are not considering dropping support of the site.

Thanks for letting your loyal viewers know if there is something wrong.

SacEVA.org

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