2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV ratings and reviews

Small and ready to take on long trips on a single battery charge, the 2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV packs in some techie features that pull it ahead of the pack of electric vehicles. The 200-horsepower drive system is included with both trims – LT and Premier – allowing drivers to accelerate to 60 MPH in about 6.5 seconds. A push-button start, Teen Driver safety system, OnStar connectivity, built-in WiFi, and remote start are just some of the useful options that come standard with both trims. Premier will add on perks like surround vision, heated rear seating, and heated power-adjustable mirrors. The Bolt EV also has various add-ons available in both trims, like an interior protection package, fast-charge capability, and a universal tablet holder. A single battery charge lets drivers go for up to 238 miles, while the fuel tank offers an excellent range of up to 110 mpg on the highway or 128 mpg in the city.

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Small and ready to take on long trips on a single battery charge, the 2018 Chevrolet Bolt EV packs in some techie features that pull it ahead of the pack of electric vehicles. The 200-horsepower drive system is included with both trims – LT and Premier – allowing drivers to accelerate to 60 MPH in about 6.5 seconds. A push-button start, Teen Driver safety system, OnStar connectivity, built-in WiFi, and remote start are just some of the useful options that come standard with both trims. Premier will add on perks like surround vision, heated rear seating, and heated power-adjustable mirrors. The Bolt EV also has various add-ons available in both trims, like an interior protection package, fast-charge capability, and a universal tablet holder. A single battery charge lets drivers go for up to 238 miles, while the fuel tank offers an excellent range of up to 110 mpg on the highway or 128 mpg in the city.
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