2017 Chevy Bolt EV Price, Features and Release Date: Much Cheaper Than Tesla Model S, Chevy Bolt EV Can Run Up To 290 Miles On One Full Charge

By Jeff Villanueva, Posted: 09/21/16 02:15PM EDT
The 2017 Chevy Bolt EV
(Photo : Jeff Villanueva / Flickr Creative Commons)

If you are looking for an environment-friendly, electric car, you must be prepared for the fortune you have to spend. And then came the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV -- environment-friendly, electric car which is about three to four times cheaper compared to leading brands.

Why would you choose expensive electric cars if you can own 2017 Chevy Bolt EV for less? Let's change the question, why would you choose 2017 Chevy Bolt EV?

2017 Chevy Bolt EV Price

How much is the leading environment-friendly, electric car? Well, if you choose these latest, high-end vehicles like Tesla, spending $100,000 would mean either you have saved about $10,000 or even higher, or you might have won a discount tag, or perhaps there's a special offer going on.

Now how about $37,495, does it look even better? Right, you can own a 2017 Chevy Bolt EV, which will arrive sometime before winter for this price. And if you qualify for Federal Tax Credit, you get a $7,500 discount. Surely, you cannot get a deal better than this -- an environment-friendly, electric car model for only $30,000.

But what could possibly be the features of this car? It might be less since the price is cheaper, right? The answer is no, as it has the same quality, the same features, some even greater than that of a leading car.

A 10.2-inch diagonal display powered by 4GLTE Wi-Fi, Radar, and camera-based systems on all sides, one-pedal driving, Michelin® Self-Sealing Tires, 17" Painted Aluminum Wheels, spacious interior for more leg and head room, made even spacious with a flat floor. What more can you ask for?

By the way, there are two versions of the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV to choose from. Depending on your personal needs, there's one can surely Chevy Bolt EV made just for you.

What's even more enticing about the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV is the 238 miles driving per full charge. Charles Fleming of Financial Review claimed he was able to travel about 240.5 miles as registered on the trip meter. But hear this, the onboard computer said they can even go 50 miles further. That's about 290 miles in just one full charge.

As stated on the car's webpage, you can fully charge the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV from empty to full by about 9.5 hours. Fleming added this could lessen to 9.3 hours using Level 2 Fast Charger.



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