Chevrolet has announced its Bolt EV electric vehicle can now be ordered at certified dealerships nationwide. The announcement follows the brand’s plan, which rolled the Bolt EV out in select states starting in December 2016.
Thus far Chevrolet has sold 11,670 Bolt EV’s in 2017, most in California and Oregon. The bow-tie brand says feedback from its initial customers has been very positive regarding the electric vehicle, which offers a total range of 238 miles per charge.
It is worth noting that today’s announcement does not mean your Chevrolet dealership of choice can order a Bolt EV now. Dealerships who aspire to sell the Bolt EV had to become certified with specific tools and service equipment, which came at a cost. As such, not all Chevy stores opted to sell the Bolt EV.
The Bolt EV starts at $37,495 before federal tax incentives of up to $7,500 depending upon individual tax situation.