Chevrolet is taking orders for the 2024 Equinox EV, which is smaller and more affordable than the Blazer EV. The Equinox EV starts at $34,995 for the 1LT version available later this year, while the 2LT, which will start shipping soon, goes for $43,295.

To sweeten the offer, the entry-level electric crossover is eligible for the $7,500 tax credit, and now there’s an even better deal for owners or lessees of the Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV, who can get up to $3,000 in discounts if they order a 2024 Equinox EV.

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Bolt owners get up to $3,000 off on the new Equinox

Owners and lessees of a 2017 or newer Chevrolet Bolt can get a discount of up to $3,000 when they order a 2024 Equinox EV. That's on top of the $7,500 tax credit that the entry-level electric crossover is eligible for.

The news comes via CarsDirect which quotes an official bulletin sent to dealers that says owners and lessees of a 2017 or newer Bolt may be able to get a $3,000 discount when leasing or financing a 2024 Equinox EV. Add the $7,500 tax credit and the price drops by $10,500, which is a pretty good deal any way you look at it.

When purchasing, the discount goes down to $2,500 for current Bolt owners, but with the tax credit, that’s still $10,000 off MSRP. That means that the most affordable Equinox trim level available now, the 2LT, effectively costs $33,295 excluding taxes and fees.

The deal is valid through April 30 and goes by the name “24 Equinox EV Private Offer,” according to CarsDirect.

Gallery: 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV

The 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV is manufactured in Mexico and is a key model in General Motors’ lineup of all-new electric cars. Now that the Bolt has been discontinued, the Equinox is GM’s most affordable EV, so it has big shoes to fill.

The front-wheel drive version is powered by a single electric motor that makes 213 horsepower, while the all-wheel drive variant–the prices of which have not been announced yet–gets a dual-motor setup good for 288 hp. The maximum driving range of the Equinox EV will supposedly be over 300 miles on a full charge, but the official number hasn’t been announced yet. Instead, Chevy said that the Equinox AWD (that can’t be ordered yet) will cover up to 285 miles on a full battery.

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