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Car and Driver: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Debuts: Will It Go to the Head of the EV Class?

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-In a couple of years, Chevrolet may well be chopping big dollars off the sticker of its new Bolt EV and sweetening lease deals like so much southern iced tea. It probably will have to, in order to move sufficient quantities of a nonpremium compact electric hatchback in order to satisfy both CAFE requirements and zero-emissions mandates. But that time isn’t today. For now, you can purchase a Bolt for a little more than $37,000 before a $7500 federal tax credit—General Motors hasn’t released exact pricing—which will make it the priciest compact EV this side of the BMW i3. READ MORE ››

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No thanks. For $30k, I'll take another Camaro.

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wait wait wait...shouldnt it be closer to $40k? cuz tax rebates/incentives for these types were going to be reduced/removed?

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