2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV Review, Pricing, and Specs (2022)





2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV Review, Pricing, and Specs (1)


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  • Highs Tempting starting price, spacious interior for a mini-car, reasonable driving range.
  • Lows No all-wheel-drive option, feels like the low-cost solution it is.
  • Verdict The all-electric Bolt EV’s low, low starting price makes it an attractive electrified alternative to sexier and more costly EVs.
By Austin Irwin and Eric Stafford


Chevy has evolved the Bolt since it’s 2016 debut into an intriguing small electric hatchback with out-of-the-mainstream styling that offers a strong value proposition. The Bolt EV, not to be confused with the slightly larger Bolt EUV mini-SUV reviewed separately, is the least expensive EV sold in the U.S. today, making it a more accessible alternative to small EVs like the Tesla Model 3 and Hyundai Kona Electric. The Bolt is powered by a single 200-horsepower motor that powers its front wheels, a propulsion system that nets an EPA-estimated 259 miles on a single charge. The Bolt has DC fast-charge capability that Chevy says can add up to 100 miles of range in just 30 minutes. Inside is an unexpectedly roomy interior that previous Chevy drivers will find familiar; with its rear seatback folded the Bolt has nearly as much cargo space as a Chevy Equinox.

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Where This Vehicle Ranks

1BMW i4STARTING AT: $56,8952Tesla Model 3STARTING AT: $48,4403Polestar Polestar 2STARTING AT: $49,8004Chevrolet Bolt EVSTARTING AT: $26,5955Nissan LeafSTARTING AT: $28,8956Mini Cooper ElectricSTARTING AT: $30,750

What's New for 2023?

The big change for the 2023 Chevy Bolt is a $5900 price drop versus the 2022 model—which brings its MSRP down by whopping $10,900 from the 2021 model for essentially the same car. This massive price cut Chevy is intended to keep the Bolt’s cost competitive now that the company has produced enough electric vehicles that it has lost the $7500 federal tax credit could be applied to its EVs. It’s also a balm to the Bolt’s reputation, which suffered a hit when the company issued a recall in the fourth quarter of 2020 for every Bolt the company had produced to fix a battery issue with the potential to cause a fire. Bolt EV and EUV production was ultimately suspended in November of 2021 until the issue was resolved. Production resumed in April of 2022. Other than the price revision, the only update is a new Radiant Red Tintcoat paint color.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

    Bolt 1LT and 2LT trims get an EPA-estimated 259 miles of range and can accept DC fast charging. The 2LT trim adds heated leather seats, a heated steering wheel, a 360-degree camera and added driver safety features that make it worth the extra coin on this already highly-affordable electric hatchback.

    EV Motor, Power, and Performance

    Although we have not driven the 2023 Bolt EV, its powertrain and chassis are identical to older models that we have piloted. Its electric motor still sends 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque exclusively to the front wheels. This setup provides peppy response to accelerator inputs and ample low-end torque that lets you shoot off the line when the light turns green. Responses are less immediate at highway speeds, but the new electric Chevy should still make passing and merging on the highway a cinch. We anticipate that it will again deliver a composed ride and plenty of power—and a pleasant enough driving demeanor to challenge whatever negative preconceptions you might have about electric vehicles. There's also a one-pedal-driving mode—activated via a button on the center console—that increases regenerative braking to the point where you rarely need to use the brakes to slow down.

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    Range, Charging, and Battery Life

    The EPA gives the 2023 Bolt EV an estimated 259 miles of range on a full charge. That matches the EPA rating for the previous generation Bolt, and it's competitive with other similarly priced EVs such as the Hyundai Kona Electric. While the Tesla Model 3 Long Range can travel up to 353 miles on one charge, it costs considerably more. The Bolt EV is available with a dual-level charging cord that plugs into both Level 1 (120-volt) and Level 2 (240-volt) outlets, which Chevy says will eliminate the need for many owners to buy a separate home charger. The Bolt's maximum Level 2 charging speed also increases to 11 kW, allowing the battery to fully charge in seven hours. The electrified hatchback is still available with DC fast charging that can add about 100 miles of range every 30 minutes with a Level 3 connection.

    Fuel Economy and Real-World MPGe

    The 2023 Bolt EV has a combined EPA rating of 120 MPGe. The last Bolt EV we evaluated achieved 102 MPGe in our real-world test, which translates to a highway range of 180 miles. You can expect to see significantly better range if you stick to lower speeds around town. In fact, during an unorthodox range test in California's Death Valley, we were able to exceed the EPA's 259-mile estimated driving range in the real world. For more information about the Bolt EV's efficiency, visit the EPA's website.

    Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

    Chevy spruces up the Bolt EV's cabin with a more upscale design that the company says includes better materials than before and more soft-touch surfaces. The steering wheel now features a racy flat bottom, the driver faces a new 8.0-inch fully digital gauge cluster, and the old electronic shifter is replaced by a set of toggles and buttons. Although the updated Bolt EV has the same passenger space as before, including a back seat that's roomy enough for two adults, it does have redesigned front seats that are said to be more comfortable. The hatchback's rear cargo space still measures 17 cubic feet behind the rear seats and 57 cubes with those rear seatbacks folded flat.

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      Infotainment and Connectivity

      Every Bolt EV features a 10.2-inch touchscreen infotainment system with popular standard features, such as wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. A subscription-based Wi-Fi hotspot and wireless smartphone charging are also available. Complementing the touch controls are physical knobs for volume and tuning as well as a shortcut button for the home screen. The Chevy's infotainment system allows over-the-air updates and includes built-in apps that are compatible with Amazon Alexa and Spotify music streaming services.

        Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

        The 2023 Bolt EV boasts a roster of standard and optional driver-assistance technology. Along with standard automatic high-beams and front pedestrian detection, the hatchback can be equipped with a 360-degree camera system and rear cross-traffic alert.

        For more information about the Bolt EV's crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

        • Standard forward-collision warning and automated emergency braking
        • Standard lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist
        • Available adaptive cruise control

        Warranty and Maintenance Coverage

        Chevrolet provides standard coverage limits for the Bolt's electric-powertrain components. It also includes the first maintenance visit, but overall coverage doesn't come close to that of Hyundai.

        • Limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles
        • Powertrain warranty covers eight years or 100,00 miles
        • Complimentary maintenance covers one scheduled visit



        2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV

        front-motor, front-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door hatchback

        $43,735 (base price: $37,495)

        MOTOR TYPE
        permanent-magnet synchronous AC motor
        200 hp @ 4750 rpm
        266 lb-ft @ 0 rpm

        liquid-cooled lithium-ion, 66.0 kWh

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        single-speed direct drive

        Suspension (F/R): struts/multilink
        Brakes (F/R): 10.9-in vented disc/10.4-in disc
        Tires: Michelin Energy Saver A/S Selfseal, 215/50R-17 91H M+S TPC

        Wheelbase: 102.4 in
        Length: 164.0 in
        Width: 69.5 in
        Height: 62.8 in
        Passenger volume: 94 ft3
        Cargo volume: 17 ft3
        Curb weight: 3585 lb

        Rollout, 1 ft: 0.3 sec
        60 mph: 6.7 sec
        90 mph: 13.9 sec
        Rolling start, 5–60 mph: 6.7 sec
        Top gear, 30–50 mph: 2.5 sec
        Top gear, 50–70 mph: 3.7 sec
        ¼-mile: 15.2 sec @ 92 mph
        Top speed (governor limited): 93 mph
        Braking, 70–0 mph: 191 ft
        Roadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.79 g

        Combined/city/highway: 118/127/108 MPGe
        Range: 259 miles

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        Is Chevy Bolt a good buy? ›

        The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV is a great electric SUV for commuters and small families. It offers good range, a low starting price, and Super Cruise, which enables hands-free highway driving. But the Bolt EUV can't charge as quickly as rivals and doesn't have all-wheel drive.

        How many miles does a Chevy Bolt get on a full charge? ›

        Chevy Bolt Range Estimates

        Chevy Bolt range Whether you opt for the Bolt EV or the Bolt EUV, you can travel with confidence. Both Bolt vehicles offer ranges of close to 250 miles on a full charge: Chevy Bolt EV Range – 259 miles on a full charge. Chevy Bolt EUV Range – 247 miles on a full charge.

        How many miles does a Chevy Bolt battery last? ›

        When the Bolt EV was introduced in 2017 it had a 60 kWh pack and was EPA range rated at 238 miles. Then, in 2020 GM increased the battery capacity to 66 kWh, which added 21 miles of EPA-rated range and the 2020 Bolt's official rating was 259 miles.

        Is the Chevy Bolt going to be discontinued? ›

        General Motors' most affordable and accessible electric vehicle currently in the lineup — the Chevrolet Bolt — will eventually disappear to make way for more EVs on the automaker's Ultium platform.

        Can I charge my Bolt at a Tesla station? ›

        The short answer is yes, you do not have to be a Tesla owner to solely charge your vehicle at the Tesla charging station! But here is the catch, you can only charge your electric vehicle only at Tesla destination chargers, not the big Tesla supercharger that is available at Eastview Mall for example.

        Is there a tax credit for Chevy Bolt? ›

        Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Tax Benefits in California

        California residents can save big on the purchase of a new Chevrolet Volt or Bolt EV by combining a federal tax credit up to $3,750 with a state of California rebate of up to $2,500 on Bolt EV or $1,500 on Volt.

        How far can Chevy Bolt go on highway? ›

        The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt has an EPA-estimated range of 259 miles on a single charge.

        How much does it cost to charge an electric car at home? ›

        If electricity costs ¢10.7 per kWh and the vehicle consumes 27 kWh to travel 100 miles, the cost per mile is about $0.03. If electricity costs ¢10.7 per kilowatt-hour, charging an EV with a 200-mile range (assuming a fully depleted 54 kWh battery) will cost about $6 to reach a full charge.

        How long does it take to charge a Chevy Bolt on a fast charger? ›

        Many EV drivers only use public DC fast chargers for road trips. But how fast will a DC fast charger charge a Chevy Bolt? It takes about 1 hour to charge a Chevy Bolt from empty to 80 percent using a DC fast charger. Chevy pegs the quick-charge time for adding 100 miles of range via DC charging at 30 minutes.

        How much does a battery cost for a Chevy Bolt? ›

        According to Chevrolet themselves, in 2017 they reported that the price of a battery pack for a Chevy Bolt was $262/kWh. According to a 2020 Greencars, a 66 kWh Chevrolet Bolt battery costs ~$16,000, or $250/kWh.

        What is the battery warranty on a Bolt? ›

        Every Bolt EV comes standard with an 8-year/100,000- mile battery warranty. 3 Plus the Bolt EV battery is engineered with an active thermal management system, which helps regulate and protect the battery regardless of the outside temperature.

        What is the average battery life of an EV? ›

        The average lifetime mileage of an ICE vehicle is about 133,000 miles. While experts estimate the average EV battery will last around 200,000 miles, some manufacturers already promise much more than that.

        Are Chevy Bolt prices dropping? ›

        GM reduced the sticker prices of a Bolt small car $5,900 and cut the slightly larger SUV-style Bolt EUV by $6,300. The new prices will be reflected on the sticker on 2023 models, but the same discount comes off the price of the remaining 2022s.

        Why did Chevy drop the price of Bolt? ›

        The brand's move to cut the Bolts' price by about $6,000 for 2023 comes as it aims to bolster their sales while also preparing to introduce electric crossovers powered by GM's Ultium batteries. The 2023 Bolt EV will start at $26,595, and the larger Bolt EUV will start at $28,195.

        Why did GM lower the price of the Bolt? ›

        General Motors is slashing prices for the 2023 Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV amid high demand for electric vehicles. While other automakers are jacking up EV prices to account for rising commodity costs, GM says it wants to send the message that “affordability has always been a priority for these vehicles.”

        Is it OK to charge an electric car in the rain? ›

        Absolutely, it's safe to charge in nearly any weather condition,” he answered. “That's because electric vehicles are purposefully engineered to withstand rain and water intrusion, not to mention pesky dust particles that could wreak havoc on an electric system.”

        Can a Chevy Bolt use a level 3 charger? ›

        The Chevy Bolt can handle all three EV charging levels, from the slowest Level 1 to the DC fast charging of Level 3. There is only one battery available. That means there is no long-range model, unlike some other popular EVs. The estimated range for the Bolt is 259 miles on a full charge.

        Does the Chevy Bolt come with a Level 2 charger? ›

        The 2022 Bolt is equipped and packaged accordingly, shipping with a new suite of high-tech safety features, as well as included at-home Level 2 charging.

        Can you get the EV tax credit more than once? ›

        How Many Times Can You Claim the Electric Vehicle Tax Credit? You can only claim the credit once for each qualifying vehicle. The tax credit must be claimed in the year when you purchased and began to use your new fully electric or plug-in hybrid model car or fully electric two-wheeled vehicle.

        Is the EV tax credit refundable? ›

        The value of this credit might be lower if the auto manufacturer has already sold a certain number of vehicles. For some manufacturers it is no longer available. See the IRS's Index to Manufacturers. Additionally, this credit is not refundable, so you won't receive a refund for the unused portion of the credit.

        Who qualifies for EV tax credit? ›

        Households with an adjusted gross income up to $300,000 will still qualify for the credit, while heads of household must be below $225,000 and individual filers will qualify only with income below $150,000.

        How long does it take to charge a bolt on 110? ›

        Charging time can range anywhere from 24 hours using a basic 120V home charging outlet to 36 minutes at a fast-charging public DC charging station. Let's delve into the details, below.

        What is the top speed of the Chevy Bolt? ›

        The 2022 Bolt carries over the same powertrain. It continues to be powered by a permanent magnet electric motor that sends power to the front wheels. It churns out 200 horses and 266 pound-feet of twist.
        2022 Chevy Bolt EV Powertrain.
        Type:Single motor and gearset
        0 to 60 mph6.5 seconds
        Top Speed93 mph
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        How efficient is the Chevy Bolt? ›

        The Chevy Bolt EV has an outstanding MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent) both for the city – 131 – and the highway – 109. The combined MPGe is 115. You'll be able to travel up to 259 miles in your Chevy Bolt EV when it is fully charged. And you can get to 100 percent in about seven hours with a 240-volt outlet.

        Should I charge my electric car every night? ›

        The short answer to the question is no. In general, you should not charge your electric car every night. It isn't necessary in most cases. The practice of charging an electric vehicle every night can shorten the lifespan of the car's battery pack.

        Is charging an electric car cheaper than gas? ›

        The Cost of Charging an Electric Vehicle at Home

        Charging an EV at home is significantly less expensive than fueling up with gasoline, and it's also drastically cheaper than using a public charging station.

        Can you plug an electric car into a regular outlet? ›

        Home Charging

        Level 1: Electric cars come standard with a 120-volt Level 1 portable charger. Yes, these chargers can be plugged into a simple household outlet, and don't require any special installation.

        How long does it take a Level 2 charger to charge a Chevy Bolt? ›

        Chevy Bolt Level 2 Charge Time: 25 Miles / Hour

        Many drivers install Level 2 240-volt charging units at home for charging their vehicle overnight. You'll also find this type of charger at public charging stations, such as those at grocery stores and gas stations.

        What kind of plug does a Chevy Bolt use? ›

        The Bolt EV itself has an SAE J1772 / CCS2 connector, which is the standard 5-pin plug used to charge electric vehicles.

        What is the difference between Bolt 1LT and 2LT? ›

        The contents of both option packages for the 1LT trim come standard in the 2LT model. Other perks of the 2LT trim are leather seats, an HD Surround Vision camera, a rear center armrest, a power driver's seat, and ambient interior lighting.

        Do electric cars lose range over time? ›

        After five years, it is common to see a 5-10% drop in range. Some vehicle models follow a fairly linear 1.5-2.0% per year, while most others drop 2-3% in the first couple of years before leveling to 1% per year.

        What happens when an electric car battery dies? ›

        Just as you would when running out of gasoline. Remember, the gauges, digital display, lights, and interior power will remain, as that's all running off the regular 12-volt battery. You'll only lose power to the electric motors and won't be able to move any further.

        What is the cost to replace batteries in electric car? ›

        You should be able to get a replacement to keep your car humming along—but it won't be cheap. Depending on the vehicle, a battery will cost between $3,000 and $18,000 for an electric car. Here are the costs of a battery replacement for some popular electric vehicles (EVs):

        Has GM started replacing Bolt batteries? ›

        Now, according to the National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTSA), GM has replaced more than 27,000 Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV battery packs thus far. Per new documents published by the NHTSA, GM has remedied some 27,586 units of the Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Bolt EUV thus far.

        How many Bolt fires? ›

        GM said 19 Bolts have caught fire. The recall covers all Bolts made from 2017 to 2022, including one owned by Stephanie Nabry of Adams Township, Butler County. She bought the car for her daughter, Jada. “When we first got it, she loved it.

        Is Chevy selling new bolts? ›

        The Chevy Bolt EUV was announced in March 2021. It's expected to be released after the 2021 Bolt, so expect that it will arrive mid-2021 or so.

        Do electric cars need servicing? ›

        An electric car needs to be serviced as often as any car. The service will include: Tyre wear and tear & tyre pressure check.

        Do electric cars lose charge when parked? ›

        Electric vehicles lose charge when parked although it is minimal, it can add up over time. Green Car Reports suggest you charge your battery at least 80% before parking the car. However, EV experts all agree that the vehicle needs to have at least 50% battery when put into storage.

        Why do EVs fail? ›

        Common Reasons Drivers May Avoid EVs

        The most common reasons drivers avoid EVs include fear the battery will run out of charge before reaching their destination, also known as “range anxiety,” fear of too few charging stations, long charge times, and initial higher upfront vehicle costs.

        Will car prices drop in 2023? ›

        Experts don't anticipate the microchip crisis to ease until 2023, so prices likely won't drop significantly this year. Outgoing Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess recently told reporters, “in 2022, we will not be able to build all the cars we could sell.” Thin supply means high prices through early 2023.

        How much will the 2023 Bolt cost? ›

        The all-electric 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV subcompact car can run for 259 miles on a single charge. Pricing starts at $25,600, which is $5,900 less than last year. In a way, the 2023 Bolt EV is the cheapest new electric car sold in the United States.

        How much will an electric car cost in 2023? ›

        Electric SUVs
        Electric SUVsBase PriceMinimum Range
        2023 Kia Niro EV$39,990239
        2022 Kia EV6$40,900232
        2022 Volkswagen ID.4$41,230245
        2023 Toyota bZ4X$42,000222
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        Is the Chevy Bolt going to be discontinued? ›

        General Motors' most affordable and accessible electric vehicle currently in the lineup — the Chevrolet Bolt — will eventually disappear to make way for more EVs on the automaker's Ultium platform.

        Does GM make money on the Bolt? ›

        GM Admits the Chevrolet Bolt is Not Profitable

        That the Chevrolet Bolt is not currently a profit-maker for General Motors is not really much of a surprise. What is surprising is to see the company admit that fact so candidly.

        Why are there no Chevy bolts? ›

        The Bolt had a stop-sale on it as part of a global recall GM made last summer due to defective batteries that posed a fire risk. GM stopped building new Bolts late last year to focus on fixing the batteries in 2017-22 model vehicles in that recall.

        How many bolt EVS has GM sold? ›

        GM sold just 358 Bolt vehicles in the United States in the first three months of 2022, down from 9,025 in the same period in 2021, and 99 Hummer EV pickups. The company has been lobbying Congress to extend a $7,500 tax credit for EV purchases.

        Is there a tax credit on the Chevy Bolt EUV? ›

        All-electric vehicles
        Make and ModelFull Tax Credit
        CHEVROLET (GM) (does not qualify until 1/1/23)
        Bolt EUV (2022)$7,500
        Bolt EV (2022-2023)$7,500
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        What is the difference between Bolt EUV and EV? ›

        The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV is an electric utility vehicle, similar to a crossover SUV. It is about the same size as the Bolt EV, but a little bit longer, offering more legroom and an SUV body style.

        Is a Chevy bolt a good first car? ›

        For a new driver on a path to the future filled with electric vehicles, getting a Chevy Bolt for a first car is a wise choice: Instant torque – quick acceleration is the hallmark of electric vehicles. Nimble handling – easy to drive around town.

        Is the Chevy Volt fun to drive? ›

        Common praises for the Chevy Volt hail it for being a solid car that's more fun to drive than a Toyota Prius, sleeker than a Hyundai Sonata hybrid and for most in-town trips is able to run completely on electricity. And the perks of the Volt's fuel efficiency seem to make up for any snags in other departments.

        Is a Nissan Leaf reliable? ›

        Reliability survey, this generation of Leaf achieved a high score of 98.6%.

        Where are Chevy bolts made? ›

        Chevrolet Bolt
        Chevrolet Bolt EV
        AssemblyBattery/drivetrain, HVAC and instrument/infotainment systems at LG, Incheon, South Korea, with final assembly GM Orion Assembly, Lake Orion, Michigan
        DesignerSangyeon Cho
        Body and chassis
        ClassSubcompact car
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        Does Chevy Bolt have regenerative braking? ›

        The Chevy Bolt EV and Bolt EUV also feature seamless regenerative braking when in the standard 'Drive' mode, which will use a smaller amount of regenerative braking to slow the vehicle when the driver lifts off the accelerator pedal, without them having to pull the steering wheel paddle.

        What is the future of the Chevy Bolt? ›

        Future Chevrolet Bolt EV
        Last redesigned model year:2017 (first generation)
        Last midycle refresh/MCE model year:not yet performed, expected for 2020
        Expected redesign model year:2023 (second generation)
        Expected name:Chevrolet Bolt EV
        Current platform:GM Gamma 2 platform derivative known as GM BEV 2 platform
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        How does a Chevy Bolt charge? ›

        The most convenient way to charge your Chevy Bolt is with the 120-volt portable charging cord that's included with your Chevy Bolt. It allows you to charge your car from your Minnetonka home with a three-prong outlet. While you'll only get four miles of charge per hour, it's easy to plug in overnight.

        Can you drive a Chevy Volt long distance? ›

        For the first 35 miles, the Volt can drive gas- and tailpipe-emissions-free using a full charge of electricity stored in its 16-kWh lithium-ion battery. When the Volt's battery runs low, a gas-powered engine/generator seamlessly operates to extend the driving range another 344 miles on a full tank.

        How many miles to the gallon does the Chevy Volt get? ›

        Hybrid Powerplant – When the gasoline/electric hybrid engine is engaged, the Volt returns an EPA-estimated 43 mpg/city and 42 mpg/highway fuel efficiency, and can travel up to 420 miles with a full tank of gas and a fully charged battery.

        Why did Chevy discontinue the Volt? ›

        Because the Volt was burdened with both an electrical powertrain and an internal combustion powertrain that offered fewer opportunities for cost reduction, the Volt could never achieve the same profitability as either a pure internal combustion vehicle or a pure battery electric vehicle.

        Do electric cars cost more to insure? ›

        Insurance for an electric car may cost more than insurance for a regular gas-powered car. An electric car's higher price tag and more complex equipment means it may cost more to repair or replace if it's in an accident. That can mean higher rates for policyholders who carry comprehensive and collision coverage.

        Is the Nissan LEAF expensive to fix? ›

        The Nissan LEAF Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 3rd out of 4 for alternative fuel vehicles. The average annual repair cost is $748 which means it has average ownership costs.

        How much is a Chevy Bolt battery? ›

        According to Chevrolet themselves, in 2017 they reported that the price of a battery pack for a Chevy Bolt was $262/kWh. According to a 2020 Greencars, a 66 kWh Chevrolet Bolt battery costs ~$16,000, or $250/kWh.

        Is GM selling bolts again? ›

        GM has finally restarted production on the Bolt EV and EUV lines after being out of production for the better part of a year due to an issue with its LG battery cells.

        Is an electric car worth it? ›

        EV drivers spend around 60% less on fuel than gas-burning vehicle drivers, according to a Consumer Reports Study. Over the average 200,000 mile lifespan of their vehicle, the total cost of a gas-powered car would be $94,540, while a similar EV would cost $90,160, according to CNBC.


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