It’s become pretty standard that new EVs are sold with (usually) a 110v EVSE. My new Hyundai Ioniq 5 also included 2 years of free 30 minute charging sessions at Electrify America on a DC charger. Last night I noticed a Chevy Bolt ad offering free charging installation. I checked out the Chevy website this morning and gleaned the following: The offer is for the installation of a 240v circuit, including a 40A breaker in your existing electric panel the offer does not include a charger (EVSE) the installation includes permit costs installation will be arranged and managed by Qmerrit all Bolts come standard with “a dual voltage charging cord but not a charger the buyer may optionally chose up to a $1000 credit to do the installation on their own or a $500 EVGo charging credit When I first started researching EVs it occurred to me that a manufacturer could get a marketing advantage by including a Level 2 EVSE in their purchase price. When I found out that the I5 included 2 years of free fast charging, that became a factor in my purchase decision. One would think that the install costs would be everyone’s 1st choice, but maybe not.