CHEVY BOLT EV OR VOLT: WHICH ELECTRIC CAR IS RIGHT FOR YOU
You care about the environment.
And your wallet.
So, are you ready to go all electric?
Or at least explore your options?
Chevy has a couple options that are worth looking into.
Here’s what you need to know about the Bolt EV and the Volt.
Chevrolet Bolt EV
Take a look at some of the Bolt EV’s great features:
10.2-inch diagonal color touch screen.
Can go a whopping 238 miles on a single charge.
Plenty of cargo space (56.6-cubic feet).
Sleek body design.
Until March 31, 2020, you can get a $1,875 tax credit when you purchase a Bolt EV.
And, the Bolt EV earned a 5-Star overall rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The price starts at $36,620 (before the possible tax credit).
While the Bolt EV is totally electric, the Volt is a hybrid, running on gas and electric.
Here’s what you need to know:
The Volt can go 53 miles using ONLY electricity.
With a full tank of gas and a full charge, the Volt can go 420 miles.
Volt owners usually travel 1,000 miles between fill-ups when they charge their vehicles regularly.
With the Driver Confidence II package, the Volt is a top Insurance Institute for Highway Safety pick.
Like the Bolt EV, through March 31, 2020, you may be able to get a $1,875 tax credit when you buy a new Volt.
Before the tax credit, the price of the Volt starts at $33,520.
Which Chevy electric vehicle is right for you?
When you’re ready to purchase an electric car, your best bet is to talk to someone who’s an expert.
That’s what our friendly and knowledgeable Serra Chevy sales staff is here for. Stop by and ask questions, get behind the wheel, and take these cars for a spin.
We’ll help you figure out which one is the best fit for you and your needs.