2019 Chevy Bolt: High mileage lease / 22 mo remaining / 1.9k miles/mo - $320.53+tax, $0 down, CA only

*** GM Financial has begun doing lease transfers in CA again***

High mileage lease for a 2019 Chevy Bolt EV with DC Fast Charging. This is the perfect car for anyone looking to get into an EV, not worry about mileage and save big on gas. No down payment. Vehicle has California HOV/Carpool sticker (purple sticker good until 2023). Vehicle is in great condition, has never been in an accident and is smoke free. Lease payment also includes tire coverage and excess wear and tear which covers damage up to $5,000 at lease end, as well as excess mileage up to $400 (i.e. 1,600 miles).

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2019 Chevy Bolt LT w/ DC fast charging
Location: Marin County, CA

Monthly payment: $320.53 ($347.88 including tax)

Current mileage: 19,341
Maturity mileage: 61,628
Effective miles per month: 1,922
Maturity date: 05/16/2022

Cash due: $0

Financial institution: GM financial
Transfer fee: $595
Out-of-state transfer allowed: No

Vehicle condition (accidents, tire wear, etc.), options, and other details:
• DC Fast Charging
• HOV/Carpool sticker - CA (Purple sticker good until 2023)
• Comes with all keys, charger etc.
• Vehicle is in excellent condition.
• No accidents and no external damage.
• Interior and tire wear normal for a vehicle of this age/mileage.
• Any existing imperfections would be covered by excess wear and tear coverage included in lease.


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This should be a no brainer for someone looking for allot miles in the land of expensive gas :fuelpump:

and this! I surprised you don’t have a friend that wants this. Also a great Uber/Lyft ride for someone.


Thanks @joeblogs. Agreed this is a great deal for anyone looking for a lot of miles, or as an Uber/Lyft. I get almost 300 miles on a full charge and the gas savings when driving this many miles is hundreds of dollars a month.

I don’t have any friends currently looking for a car, but will certainly be on the lookout.

How the hell do you get close to 300 miles on a charge? I’m lucky if I get 200 with ac on or maybe 230 without ac.

I don’t use ac often, but yes that does drain 30-40 off. Maybe 300 is a bit high, but I definitely get over 250 with no ac… can’t say I’ve monitored that closely to know exact average.

Added new photos and updated mileage now that GM Financial has begun doing lease transfers again in CA.