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Car and Driver: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Priced at $37,500 Before Tax Incentives

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The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric car may not be available until late in the year, but we know a whole lot about it as of yesterday, including how it drives, and now, how much it will cost: $37,500, including destination fees but before applicable federal and state tax rebates. Depending on whether one qualifies for the existing $7500 federal tax rebate and/or other local incentives, that price could dip to $30K, or even lower.


Standard features include a 10.2-inch touch screen center display and an eight-inch gauge cluster, 4G LTE Wi-Fi capability, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, surround-view cameras, wireless phone charging, LED headlamps and taillamps, and a trick electronic rear-view mirror that can display a camera feed.


2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV


While the price is rather high among non-luxury-brand EVs, the Bolt’s trump card is its range of better than 200 miles, making it by far the longest-range EV that isn’t a $70K-plus Tesla. Indeed, considering how buyers of affordable EV heretofore have been saddled with driving ranges of less than half of that, the Bolt’s range should be a very big deal indeed.






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