2017 Chevrolet Bolt – Deliveries Started


The first units of 2017 Chevrolet Bolt were delivered to the customers, and this vehicle is expected to go on sale in California and Oregon. The first three customers got their Bolts in the San Francisco Bay area. After California and Oregon, Chevy’s electric vehicle will reach the dealerships in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States, as well as New York, Virginia, and Massachusetts. It is expected that the Bolt will be at select dealerships in the US by the middle of the next year.


The starting price of the Chevrolet Bolt is $37,495, and the new EV comes with many features such as keyless entry and push-button start together with a Teen Driver safety feature. In addition, the customers will also get a 10.2-inch touchscreen, six-way manually adjustable front seats as well as SiriusXM satellite radio capability. The Premier trims come with surround camera system, heated seats and steering wheel and leather seats.


You can cross 238 miles per one charge with the new Chevrolet Bolt. The largest advantage Bolt has over other vehicles is affordability, but others, especially Tesla are a major competition. Tesla Model 3 will reach production line in 2017 and together with the Nissan Leaf, which will also have a range of more than 200 miles, they are bitter rivals of the Bolt.