Chevrolet has announced that the Bolt electric car is now available nationwide. Buyers in all 50 states now have access to the Chevy Bolt, which should only increase its sales. Through the August of 2017, 11,670 Bolt EVs have been sold this year.
Pricing for the 2017 Bolt starts at $37,495 before any tax incentives, like the $7,500 federal tax credit. Sales of the Bolt have surpassed the Nissan Leaf this year, but with an all-new Leaf scheduled to arrive next year, it remains to be seen which one will come out on top.
Even though the 2018 Nissan Leaf now has a longer driving range of 150 miles, it still can’t beat the Bolt’s 238 mile driving range. The Bolt will also get more competition from the Tesla Model 3 as the automaker ramps up production over the next few months.