I drove the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier last week. The Lithium-ion battery gave excellent low-end torque. With the 120-volt charger, I got about four driving miles an hour. If I had a Level 2 fast charger at home, I could have gained about 25 miles per hour of charge. Level three super-fast charging will give you about 90 miles of charge every 30 minutes.
The starting MSRP for the Bolt electric vehicle Premier model is $40,905 with an out-the-door MSRP of $43,510. That is before the Federal tax credit of $7,500 and the state tax credit.
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240-volt charging capability comes standard. With it, if you drive an average daily commute of 40 miles, you could fully replenish the battery in less than 2 hours.
$37,495 with DFC and before benefits of federal or state tax incentives
EPA Vehicle class
New exterior colors for 2019
Exterior colors: Green Mist Metallic, Slate Gray Metallic, and Shock
Tire Fill Alert
Two trim levels available: LT and Premier
EPA-estimated 238 miles of range on a full charge
Bolt EV’s drive system uses a single, high-capacity electric motor for propulsion
The motor is capable of producing up to 266 lb.-ft. (360 Nm) of torque and 200 hp (150 kW) of motoring power, enabling 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds
Electronic Precision Shift system controls the power delivery
The Bolt EV’s advanced 60-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack is made up of 288 individual cells
An available DC Fast Charging system enables the battery to be charged up to 90 miles of range in 30 minutes (outside temperatures may affect charging time)3
Regen on Demand allows you to convert kinetic energy into energy stored within the battery for future use. A simple pull and hold of then Regen on Demand paddle on your steering wheel can decelerate your vehicle and store energy for future use
One Pedal Driving. While driving in Low mode at any speed, One Pedal Driving lets you speed up and slow down using only the accelerator pedal. When you want to speed up, press your foot down like you usually would. And when you want to slow down, just lift your foot off the accelerator. One Pedal Driving helps you capture some of the energy from the moving vehicle and turns it back into electrical energy which stores in the battery. Of course, you should always use your brake pedal if you need to stop quickly.
Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system4 with a 10.2-inch-diagonal color touchscreen display with “flip-board” operation
“Floating” instrument panel and multipurpose, connected center console – offers wireless phone charging5and a compartment large enough to stow a tablet device
Built-in Wi-Fi® Hotspot with available 4G LTE data (3GB or 1-month data trial)6
Infotainment Package is available on Premier and includes Bose® premium 7-speaker system with subwoofer, wireless device charging5 and two USB charging-only ports7 for rear passengers
Large greenhouse provides panoramic visibility, with upright SUV-like seating
LED headlamps and taillamps
Comfort and Convenience Package is available on LT and included with Premier. Content includes heated driver and front passenger seats, automatic heated leather-wrapped steering wheel and auto-dimming inside rearview mirror
Heated front and rear seats are standard on Premier; heated front seats are available on LT (included with Comfort and Convenience Package)
Standard Keyless Entry and Start
Standard Teen Driver
Ten standard air bags8, standard Rear Vision Camera9, and Tire Fill Alert
Surround Vision, and Rear Camera Mirror are standard on Premier9
Driver Confidence Package9 is available on LT and included on Premier. Content includes: Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, and Rear Park Assist
Driver Confidence II Package9 is available on LT and Premier and includes Low-Speed Forward Automatic Braking, and Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Alert, Following Distance Indicator, Front Pedestrian Braking, and IntelliBeam headlamps