Base MSRP: From $36,620
- LT – From $36,620
- Premier – From $41,020
EPA Range: 238 electric miles
Battery: 60 kWh
Charging Acceptance Rate: 7.2 kW
Warranty: 36 months / 36,000 miles
Powertrain warranty: 60 months / 60,000 miles
Roadside assistance: 60 months / 60,000
Corrosion warranty: 72 months / 100,000 miles
From the Manufacturer
Bolt EV is the first affordable all-electric car to offer an EPA-estimated 238 miles of range on a single charge. The Chevy Bolt has a long list of impressive characteristics, including some of the most technologically advanced features, stand-out looks and plenty of space. Because life never stops, here’s an electric vehicle that can keep up.
Some Interior Features Include: Thanks to a thermal management system the battery does not require air-cooling and the underbody can be enclosed to streamline airflow and improve aerodynamics
Some Exterior Features Include: Sculpted bodysides and strong wheel arches offer a solid, robust presence on the road
Suggested Charging Stations for Chevy Bolt
Miles per hour are only an estimate and the range shown on the vehicles dash will vary, as the vehicles computer calculates the mileage based on many variables.
Price Referencing National Residential Average price per kWh as of October 2018 ($0.1287 per kWh).
What Chevy Bolt drivers are saying about ClipperCreek…
“Installation was fairly simple. We purchased the 6-50 plug model, and our only complaint is that the power cord is extremely short (about 2” shorter than our previous car charging station) so we had to move the outlet to a location very close to the charging station. The ClipperCreek has a faster charging capacity than our previous GE WattStation. We checked today and it was charging our Tesla Model X at 22 miles per hour at 40 amps. We also like the longer charging cable. All in all, a good purchase.“
– J. Vandegriff (owns an LCS-30 NEMA 6-50 plug)
Super Charger! Fantastic charging station. Simple and powerful. Now I can go weeks between charges because of how quickly this thing tops off my vehicle (Chevy Bolt). Found an electrician who installed the 50-A circuit to the garage for $400 (another quote was over $900 so check around). I mounted it myself – with a simple measurement the 12″ power cord was a non-issue (and the short length makes the installation look clean). I ordered a Travel Bracket directly from ClipperCreek and used that for the installation – actually made it easier than direct mount. The people at ClipperCreek were very helpful and communicative.
– PQ (owns an HCS-50)
Costly but Worth it for Chevy Bolt. Bought for my 2017 Bolt. Finally gave up on level 1 charger that came with car —-my car never fully charged with it. It topped off at 175 after 3 days. I thought something was wrong with the battery. Never bought a charger or electric car before. It’s very costly but I am thrilled with it. I set my car to charge during off peak hours. Now it fully charges to 225 in four hours! Make sure you check the outlet you are using. I was lucky my garage already had the right outlet. My friend helped me install it to the wall. Check for wall studs when mounting.
– KB Vogel (owns an HCS-50)
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