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Watch the 2017 Chevy Bolt Earn IIHS Top Safety Pick

Watch the 2017 Chevy Bolt Earn IIHS Top Safety Pick
The Chevy Bolt is the compact EV from Chevrolet that lots of buyers are looking forward to getting their hands on. The Bolt has a great long driving range, great interior space, and is well-priced. One of the items that prospective buyers might be wondering about is just how safe the small EV is.
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Chevy Bolt EV Nationwide Sales to Start Early

Chevy Bolt EV Nationwide Sales to Start Early
The Chevy Bolt EV launched first in California back in December and it was supposed to roll out to everyone this September. Chevy marketing director for cars and crossovers, Steve Majoros, has announced that the launch date has been accelerated.
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2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV First Drive Review: A Pure EV without Trade-offs

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV First Drive Review: A Pure EV without Trade-offs
You might think that the car I was most looking forward to driving this year might be a supercar, or some luxo barge, but the vehicle I’ve been most anticipating since it broke cover is the Chevrolet Bolt EV.
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Chevy Bolt Owner’s Manual Reveals Big Downside to EV Batteries

Chevy Bolt Owner’s Manual Reveals Big Downside to EV Batteries
The owner’s manual for the new Chevrolet Bolt EV has shed some light on one of the biggest problems with EVs today. Sure the car will go 238 miles on a charge when new, but if you are the sort that keeps a vehicle for the long haul, or wants to pick one up used a few years down the road, you might want to think twice.
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Chevy Bolt EV Takes on Tesla with 238-mile Range

Chevy Bolt EV Takes on Tesla with 238-mile Range
Chevrolet is offering up some impressive details on its new 2017 Bolt EV and its EPA estimated driving range. The Bolt EV has an estimated driving range of 238 miles on a single charge. That makes this one of the best EVs on the market from a driving range perspective.
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Cruise Automation Tests Self-Driving Chevy Bolts in Arizona

Cruise Automation Tests Self-Driving Chevy Bolts in Arizona
The Chevrolet Bolt is a neat little electric vehicle that announced a while back, but won’t go into full production until this October. It is also the car that GM and its recently-acquired Cruise Automation division have chosen to use as their autonomous test vehicles, with the hopes of eventually offering self-driving Lyft rides.
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GM and Lyft Working on Self-Driving Chevy Bolt Taxis

GM and Lyft Working on Self-Driving Chevy Bolt Taxis
With GM having recently poured $500 million into ridesharing service Lyft, the two companies have revealed that they are joining up to develop electric automated vehicles to help people get around. The autonomous vehicles will be based on the forthcoming Chevrolet Bolt, and will use tech that GM is acquiring in its purchase of Cruise Automation, a firm that develops autonomous driving tech.
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2017 Chevy Bolt: 200 Miles per Charge, Half the Cost of a Tesla

2017 Chevy Bolt: 200 Miles per Charge, Half the Cost of a Tesla
For a long time, the best EV out there for driving range has been the Tesla Model S, which starts at about $70,000. Not exactly in the range of affordability for most people who might want an electric car.
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