Some units of the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV and 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV were delivered without the vehicle’s estimated charging time printed on the window fuel economy label. In order to address this issue, GM is sending out corrected fuel economy labels with the requisite information as part of a new Customer Satisfaction Program. Only units of the Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV produced for the 2023 model year are affected by the new Customer Satisfaction Program.
Per GM, certain units of the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV and 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV include a window fuel economy label that, as a result of a printing error, does not state the vehicle’s estimated battery charge time. To correct the issue, GM will mail customers of record with corrected fuel economy labels stating the estimated battery charge time. Vehicles in dealer inventory, or customers that have lost, ripped, or destroyed their label, will have a replacement label printed and placed in the glovebox.
GM states that the corrected labels will include an estimated battery charge time of 7.5 hours. The 7.5-hour charge time is for a Level 2 (240-volt) charge source. It’s estimated that a Level 1 (110-volt) charge source will provide roughly 4 miles of range per hour, while a DC quick-charge source will provide roughly 100 miles of charge in 30 minutes.
As GM Authority covered previously, GM aims to produce 70,000 units of the Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV this year. Both models are slated to sunset with the conclusion of the 2023 model year, with production set to end in November.
As a reminder, the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV and 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV are powered by single front-mounted electric motor rated at 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque, with energy supplied from a 65 kWh battery pack. Under the body panels, the GM BEV2 platform provides the bones, while production takes place at the GM Lake Orion plant in Michigan.