It’s a hot button issue as of recent. The internet has poured in to comment on whether Chevrolet’s most revolutionary vehicles in recent history has hit the sweet spot in regards to pricing.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will arrive with a $37,495 price tag before any federal or local tax credits are applied. In Chevrolet’s initial release, that meant a price of $29,995 after federal U.S. tax incentives.
That figure also undercuts the average price of a new vehicle in the U.S., which has crept higher than $30,000 for the past few years. Whichever price tag you’re using, let’s break down what it nets you.
The 2017 Bolt EV will arrive standard with 238-miles of range from its battery pack, a 10.2-inch touchscreen unit, Regen On Demand, one-pedal driving functionality and a rearview, rear-vision camera are all included.
DC fast charging capability will be optional, as will more luxurious appointments like leather and heated seats.
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