Interested in sustainable, fuel-efficient vehicles, but the models on the market aren’t catching your eye? Chevy recently released details about the forthcoming 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, an exciting new option on the way for Bradenton and Tampa drivers. The Bolt is an all-electric car akin to the automaker’s hybrid Volt model, but this vehicle will be able to drive significant distances using nothing but electric power, giving drivers new choices for how they travel. Once it is released, drivers from Tampa and the surrounding area will be able to find the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt at Cox Chevy in Bradenton.
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As previously mentioned, the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt features similar technology to the Volt, but it delivers it in a smaller, stunning package. The subcompact size of this vehicle reduces weight and enables new aerodynamic shaping, two factors that contribute to its improved efficiency, but the Bolt is also notable for its unique silhouette. With clean, contemporary looks inside and out and the ample use of windows that flood the cabin with natural light, the Bolt is nothing short of a stand-out vehicle. Expect an array of bold color options as well.
The current 2015 Chevy Volt is a hybrid vehicle, but the highly anticipated 2017 Chevrolet Bolt runs on electric power alone. Drivers plug the vehicle in to charge up the battery, and it then has all the power it needs. The Bolt is expected to have an all-electric range of an astounding 200 miles. That means you can handle a lengthy daily commute, a full day of errands, or even a weekend road trip and not use a single gallon of gas. And with fast-charging DC capabilities, the Bolt can garner an 80% charge in just 45 minutes. Even if you do need to travel several hundreds of miles in a single day, the Bolt can get you there with ease.
When the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt was first announced, the introductory price was set at $37,500. But anyone who purchases a plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle like the Bolt automatically qualifies for a $7,500 federal tax credit, meaning the actual price of the Bolt is closer to $30,000. And when you factor in other incentives and the fact that your fuel bills disappear, the Bolt becomes even more economical. Right now, Chevy is still calling this a concept car, but all signs indicate that it will go into production starting in October 2016. That means it should be available for purchase sometime in 2017.
There is still a lot left to learn about the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt, but from everything that’s been revealed so far, this car is going stand out as the one that makes electric vehicles an option for the average driver. Visit our dealership at 2900 Cortez Road West in Bradenton or give us a call to explore the current Chevy lineup, including the Volt, and prepare for the arrival of the Bolt in a few short years.
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