Why wait for the Tesla Model 3?
Chevrolet is trying to get ahead of the competition, with the all-new Nissan Leaf being introduced and the Tesla Model 3 around the corner. As the first affordable long-range electric car, the Bolt is now available nationwide in the U.S. with a starting price of $37,495 including destination. That’s also before federal tax incentives up to $7,500.
Through August 30, 2017, the American automaker has sold 11,670 Bolt EVs this year, and 12,249 since the start of sales in December 2016.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV offers up to 238 miles on a single charge and standard features include electronic precision shift, Regen on Demand steering wheel paddle, 10.2-inch color touchscreen, and an eight-year/100,000-mile battery and propulsion system limited warranty.
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