At last, we know how much it’ll cost: The anticipated 2017 Chevy Bolt EV will retail for $42,795 in Canada, General Motors has just announced.
Among electric cars with a range of 350 kilometres of more, the Bolt EV will prove the cheapest in the country when it goes on sale early in 2017.
But wait: Pricing drops in the low $30k range with the available government incentives ― as much as $11,361 in Ontario, and $8,000 in Quebec plus up to $600 for purchasing and installing a charging station at home.
As previously reported, the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV offers an EPA-estimated range of 383 kilometres. Look for a host of technologies such as a rear-view camera, a 10.2” touchscreen, heated seats, and more.
Dozens of customers have already reserved a copy.