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I drove a $44,000 Chevy Bolt for a weekend and saw just how far electric cars have come — but I also discovered a huge problem
I was impressed with the Chevy Bolt's ride quality, acceleration, handling, and driver-assistance features but had trouble charging it.
I drove an electric car for the first time under intense conditions — and it performed better than I expected
I drove an electric vehicle, a Chevrolet Bolt EV, for the first time on an autocross course.
I enjoyed the Bolt and didn't find any major problems, though I did notice two small but annoying features. The Bolt's gearshift wasn't as intuitive as I would have liked. And the seat-side compartment behind the gearshift was also difficult to use.
Near the end of July, I spent a weekend driving a $44,000 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier. My two favorite features were the lack of engine noise and the lane-keep-assist feature. Each was subtle but made a noticeable, positive impact on my driving experience.
We drove a $57,500 Tesla Model 3 and a $43,000 Chevy Bolt to see which all-electric we liked better — here’s the verdict
The Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt are your two main choices if you're in the market for an all-electric vehicle with a range of at least 200 miles.
After bailouts and bankruptcy, GM is back with Chevy's game-changer. The car has been a big success.
The automaker also stressed that the fully autonomous vehicle would emphasize safety.
It was impressive that General Motors beat Tesla to market, launching the Chevy Bolt in late 2015, but few expected Tesla be threatened by GM.
You can easily argue that the Chevy Bolt is the most important car General Motors has ever rolled out. We thought it was one of 2017's best.
When it comes to long-range electric cars, there are two big games in town right now: the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt.