Chevy’s Bolt EV has always offered pretty decent bang for your buck. With a sticker price under $40,000 and almost 300 miles of range, it’s been a relatively popular model for General Motors, but now there’s a refreshed Bolt EV version coming out for 2022, and to help get people excited about it, GM is offering something pretty cool.
Specifically, according to a report published Wednesday by Inside EVs, GM will pay to install a Level 2 EV charger at your house, including an appropriate NEMA 14-50 outlet and labor. If that sounds like a solid deal, it is. The catch is that it’s only for what GM is calling a “standard installation,” likely meaning that if there’s any weirdness with your garage’s wiring, you could be on the hook for the difference.