2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Savings Like No Other!

According to a report by GMInsideNews.com, American Chevy Bolt owners have saved about 175,000 gallons of gas since December 2016 to April 2, 2017 despite covering 4,570,300 miles. A total of 3,492 units of Chevy’s all-new EV has been sold in California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Washington and Virginia. This adds up Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Savings Like No Other![…]

2017 Chevy Bolt Still Struggles To Keep Up With The Leaf

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt may be seen as the first-ever affordable EV made for the mass-market that is capable of a whole lot of range but it looks like it is still struggling to keep up with the Nissan Leaf. When it comes to sales standings, it is the Nissan Leaf that is currently leading. Read more about 2017 Chevy Bolt Still Struggles To Keep Up With The Leaf[…]

2017 Chevy Bolt vs Nissan Leaf: Sales Defying Expectations

Although the all-new Bolt is regarded as the first-ever affordable, mass-market EV that boasts a great amount of range, it looks like the model hasn’t been impressing enough with its sales figure. To make things worse, Nissan’s Leaf seems to be leading in terms of sales. A report by InsideEVs reveals that a total of Read more about 2017 Chevy Bolt vs Nissan Leaf: Sales Defying Expectations[…]

2017 Chevy Bolt: The Main Ingredient In Manipulation?

By now, you would have heard of the news that many dealers all over California have been reducing the pricing of the brand new Chevy Bolt. Some have been pulling it all the way down by about 10 percent! That’s not all – it appears that some dealers have been listing the all-new Bolt way Read more about 2017 Chevy Bolt: The Main Ingredient In Manipulation?[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Is It Being Used As A Bait?

Various sources are currently reporting that dealers over in California are dropping the pricing of the newly-released Chevy Bolt by as much as 10 percent. If that didn’t sound drastic enough, some are reportedly listing the all-new Bolt below the initial MSRP of $37,500. With the inclusion of the $7,500 federal tax credit and the Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Is It Being Used As A Bait?[…]