Looking for a way to spend less money fueling up at Sarasota gas stations? Electric vehicles are a great solution, but you may be wondering, “how long does it take to charge an electric car?” The answer depends on your charging method. There are several charging options available with different plugs and ports, as well as charging adapters. Learn more about electric car charging times and options with Cox Chevrolet before you get behind the wheel!
When you’re out and about in Palmetto, locating the nearest electric car charger for your Chevy Bolt couldn’t be simpler. On the myChevrolet mobile app, navigate to the Energy Assist feature. From there, the app will pick charging stations for you, based on the most efficient route and where you will find the shortest wait time to start charging.
This at-home electric car charger provides 4 miles of range per hour of charging.
The Chevy Bolt comes standard with a 120-volt portable charger cord, which can be plugged into any 120-volt, three-prong outlet. Most Bradenton Bolt owners find that it’s most convenient to charge this way overnight, as you can earn about 48 miles of range from a 12-hour charge. If this will be your primary charging method, it’s recommended that you charge your Bolt every day so you don’t risk running out of range while driving.
The 240-volt electric car charger unit is available at public charging stations or can be installed in your home. It will provide 25 miles of range per hour of charging.
You can purchase a 240-volt electric car charger unit for $599 MSRP. Cox Chevrolet can order the charger to our dealership in Bradenton, where you can pick it up yourself or elect to have it installed by a technician. This is the most convenient charging option, as you can get 40-50 miles of range in about two hours, or 100 miles of range in about 4.5 hours. Charging overnight for 9.5 hours will get you up to a full 259 miles of range, so you’ll be fully prepared to commute to work, grab lunch in Palmetto, and go anywhere else you please in-between!
Level 3 DC Fast Charging is only available at public stations. It provides up to 100 miles of range per 30 minutes of charging.
Only certain public charging stations have DC Fast Charger units available, and drivers will need to pay an extra cost to plug into this super fast option. For occasional use when you’re in a pinch and need a full charge, DC Fast Chargers can provide 160 miles of range in about an hour.
Cox Chevrolet is proud to carry the Chevrolet Bolt for Palmetto shoppers who are interested in going electric. Details on this Chevy electric car charging time are as follows:
Chevrolet Bolt EV: 238-mile range
Ready to upgrade your Brandon commutes with a Chevy Bolt EV from Cox Chevrolet? Not only will you enjoy significant fuel savings, but you’ll also be more environmentally-friendly. Contact us when you’re ready to schedule a test drive, and be sure to browse our lease and finance offers to get a great price on your new electric vehicle and compare the Chevy Bolt vs. Nissan LEAF to continue your electric vehicle research.
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