When the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV goes on sale later this year, it will be with an EPA-estimated range of 238 miles (383 km).
Bolt will have an expected MSRP below $37,500 and before available federal tax credit of up to $7,500. Plenty of range, cargo space, technology and safety features make the Bolt EV an attractive package.
Final Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price is not yet announced and does not include, tax, title, license or optional equipment. Actual savings from the federal government depend on individual tax situations.
The Bolt’s European cousin, the Opel e-Ampera, will offer a provisional range (NEDC) of more than 400 km (248.6 miles).