For the fourth time in four years, Chevrolet has been recognized with a North American Car or Truck of the Year award. Both the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and Silverado won in 2014, the Chevrolet Colorado won in 2015, and now for 2017, the Bolt EV was named the North American Car of the Year.
This award is the latest in a string of accolades for the Bolt EV. Motor Trend named it 2017 Car of the Year, Car and Driver gave it a place on its 10Best Cars list, and Green Car Journal named the Bolt EV Green Car of the Year.
“The Bolt EV fulfills Chevrolet’s promise to offer an affordable, long-range electric,” said Mark Reuss, executive vice president, GM Global Product Development. “It is a game-changer that is not only a great electric vehicle; it’s a great vehicle—period.”
The Bolt EV is an impressive new addition to the automotive market. It offers an EPA-estimated 238 miles of pure electric driving range on a full charge. And, it has a starting price of $37,495; however, some buyers may qualify for federal tax incentives up to $7,500.
The innovative, versatile 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is already on sale in California and Oregon and will be available nationwide by mid-2017.
For more information, contact Jeff Lungren Chevrolet.