Sunday, March 25, 2018

2018 Chevy Bolt Review

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Is the 2018 Chevy Bolt a good car? Can you drive the 2018 Bolt EV outside the city and not worry about range and charging? That’s what I wanted to find out as I tested the 2018 Chevy Bolt for a week in Northwest Ohio, where public chargers are available, but not as plentiful as in the bigger city. Whether you plan to drive the Bolt EV in a big city, the suburbs or a more rural setting, this is what you need to know.

While the Tesla Model 3 may get a lot of the attention for electric cars under $40,000, the 2018 Chevy Bolt offers more range than the base Model 3, support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and it’s readily available to buy without waiting until 2019.

The 238 mile 2018 Bolt EV range proved plentiful for my needs during this test, but I definitely felt the pain of not having a Level 2 charger at home. You definitely need access to a level 2 charger at home or at work to make the Bolt EV fit into your life seamlessly. The only real issue with charging the Bolt in this setting is that you will need to plan trips better and be flexible if a charger is in use or broken.

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