Nissan offers Chevy Bolt EV drivers a deal to buy a new LEAF

If you drive a Chevy Bolt EV or EUV model, Nissan wants you to buy (or lease) a new LEAF. Nissan is enticing Bolt EV drivers with a new incentive with the purchase or lease of a LEAF.

Nissan targets Bolt EV drivers with new LEAF offer

Starting at $28,140, the 2024 Nissan LEAF is already one of the most affordable electric vehicles in the US.

In fact, according to the latest Cox Automotive data, the Nissan LEAF was the most affordable EV in the first three months of 2024, with an average selling price (with discounts) of $27,956. Nissan’s Ariya was second at $35,556.

After regaining access to a part of the federal EV tax credit earlier this year, the LEAF can be bought for as little as $24,390.

With GM ending Chevy Bolt EV production at the end of 2023, Nissan wants to attract drivers with a new “LEAF Conquest” offer.

Until July 8, Nissan is offering current Bolt EV or EUV owners and those leasing $1,000 toward the purchase or lease of a LEAF. The offer is good when financing at one of Nissan’s promo rates or leasing through NMAC.

Chevy Bolt (Source: GM)

The best part is you don’t even have to trade in your vehicle to take advantage of the offer. It can also be passed to others in the household.

According to online auto research firm CarsDirect, this is the first time Nissan has targeted Chevy Bolt EV drivers.

Meanwhile, GM is offering its own deal for Bolt EV owners to upgrade to the new Chevy Blazer or Equinox. Through July 1, Bolt EV owners are eligible for up to $3,000 off the Equinox EV and $1,500 off the Blazer EV.

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV 1LT (Source: Chevrolet)

GM claims the Equinox EV is the “most affordable” in its class with at least 300 miles range. The Equinox 2LT starts at $43,295, while the $34,995 model will be available to order later this year.

If you’re looking to upgrade (or buy your first EV), we can help you find the best deals in your area. You can use our links below to view deals on Nissan and Chevy EVs at a dealer near you.

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