Chevy has announced that the Bolt will start at $37,495 before any of the available federal or state tax credits.
Last week Chevy announced that the 2017 Bolt electric car will have an EPA-rated 238 miles of range on a full charge. Now the automaker has announced that the Bolt will start at $37,495 before any of the available federal or state tax credits. Factoring the available $7,500 federal tax credit brings the price of the Bolt down to $29,995.
“Value is a hallmark for Chevrolet and the pricing of the Bolt EV proves we’re serious about delivering the first affordable EV with plenty of range for our customers,” said Alan Batey, president of GM North America and leader of Global Chevrolet. “We have kept our promise yet again, first on range and now on price.”
The base Bolt LT model comes standard with Regen on Demand steering wheel paddle, rear vision camera, 10.2-inch diagonal color touch screen and Self-sealing tires. The top Premier trim level adds leather seats, front and rear heated seats, surround camera and rear camera mirror. The Bolt will start arriving in select dealerships in late 2016.