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Chevrolet Confirms Bolt's $37,500 Price

September 20, 2016

Photo of 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV courtesy of GM.
Photo of 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV courtesy of GM.

Chevrolet will offer its 2017 Bolt EV for a retail price of at least $37,495, including delivery fees, that shrinks to $29,995 after the federal rebate of $7,500 is applied, the company announced.

In California, the Bolt EV may also be eligible for the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project program, which typically offers a tax credit of $2,500 for a battery-electric vehicle. The program has not yet announced a rebate for the vehicle.

The entry model Bolt EV will be the LT trim that includes a rear-view camera, 10.2-inch color touch screen, and Michelin self-sealing tires. Chevrolet will also offer a Premier trim that adds leather-appointed seats, front and rear heated seats, a surround camera, and rear camera mirror.

The Bolt EV is scheduled to arrive at Chevrolet dealerships in late 2016.

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