Used 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Pricing

List Price $40,905 - $40,905
Edmunds Rating
4.5 / 5.0
Consumer Rating

2017 Highlights

Everything. The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is an all-new model.
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  • Has double the electric range of most other EVs
  • Cabin is spacious because the battery is hidden under the floor
  • Coordinated steering, handling and braking make it enjoyable to drive
  • Easy smartphone integration with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto


  • Ride comfort loses its polish on rougher roads
  • Seats feel small and lack depth of cushioning
  • Touchscreen has no built-in navigation maps, relies on paired smartphone
  • Lackluster carpet and interior panel quality

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Used 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV for Sale

Chevrolet Bolt EV 2017 Premier 4dr Hatchback (electric 1DD) Mosaic Black Metallic Dark Galvanized Gray leather11,946 miles
Used 2017Chevrolet Bolt EVPremier
Est.Loan: $582/mo
Hersons Kia(18)
18.3 mi away
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$300 Below Market
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All Electric Vehicle! Excellent Fuel Economy! Bluetooth! Very Well Maintained! OnStar Safety! Affordable Hatchback! The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is the perfect choice for city dwellers, thanks to its affordable price, compact size and plentiful amenities. Urbanites will be impressed with the Bolts effortless maneuverability, easy parking capability and practical four-door design. The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV has no need for a gasoline engine because it gets around range anxiety another way: It has a humongous battery. In technical terms, its capacity is 60 kilowatt-hours (kWh), but all you really need to know is the Bolt EV will go more than 200 miles on a full charge. The EPA's official estimate is 238 miles! This Premier model comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, a top-down parking camera system, and keyless ignition and entry. Inside, leather upholstery, heated seats, a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 60/40-split folding rear seats, two charge-only USB ports for rear seat passengers, a configurable gauge cluster display, automatic climate control, a 10.2-inch touchscreen, OnStar, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration, and a six-speaker sound system with two USB ports. The OnStar service also provides automatic crash notification, on-demand roadside assistance and stolen vehicle assistance. The Bolt's interior is functional, with simple-to-understand controls, plenty of room in the front and the back, and easy entry and exit. You can expect years of worry-free driving from Herson's Pre-owned vehicles! Come take this affordable Chevy for a test drive today!

Chevrolet Bolt EV 2017 LT 4dr Hatchback (electric 1DD) Summit White Dark Galvanized/Sky Cool Gray cloth0
Used 2017Chevrolet Bolt EVLT
Est.Loan: $603/mo
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24.1 mi away
Chevrolet Bolt EV 2017 LT 4dr Hatchback (electric 1DD) Mosaic Black Metallic Dark Galvanized/Sky Cool Gray cloth0
Used 2017Chevrolet Bolt EVLT
Est.Loan: $706/mo
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33.4 mi away

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Forward Collision Alert

Scans the road ahead and warns the driver of potential rear-end collisions in case the driver has not already identified the risks.
Low-Speed Forward Automatic Braking

Applies the brakes in cases where the driver has not responded in order to avoid or minimize the severity of certain impacts.
Lane Keep Assist w/Lane Departure Warning

Warns the driver that the car may be drifting from its lane and can apply corrective action to nudge it back into line.
IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
  • Roof Strength Test
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test

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Consumer Rating

2017 Bolt mfg date 11/2016
Update as of 2/19/2018: Had the dealer update the Infotainment system with the newest revision software. That took care of the bug in which the front camera stays on, once in a blue moon. CarPlay seems more stable now. My steering linkage boot located behind the accelerator/brake pedals was rubbing against the linkage causing a squeaking noise when I occasionally need to turn the steering wheel more than one revolution. Dealer states that they fixed it, but it still does it (typical dealer experience). Still this car, thus far is the lowest maintenance vehicle I have ever owned: Tire Rotations and washer fluid. Oh, and finally... WeatherTech liners are now available for both the front and 2nd rows. Update as of 8/2017: I’m totally hooked on the Bolt EV. No gas, no oil changes. Only two tire rotations for maintenance since I got it. Haven’t even run out of washer fluid yet. Got my car tinted all around with 3M Crystalline and stayed cool throughout the summer. There’s monster glare from the light gray dash which was fixed with a $50 dash toupee. Ugly but functional. Still waiting for Weathertech or Husky floor Liners. The light gray carpet is looking ratty. I’m also loving the camera rear view mirror. No worries about an obstructed view from passengers and/or cargo behind me. I also pieced together a spare tire kit using a Cruze spare donut / lug wrench and an S10 jack. Fits under the false floor perfectly. I drive about 80 miles a day, so just in case. I did add rubber inserts in the cup holders and double side taped a sunglasses clip to the map light console. I’ve pretty much addressed all my initial nit-picking items. One pedal driving is fantastic. Reminds me of driving a stick shift when taking corners. Just lift my foot off the accelerator (without the need to downshift) and the car aggressively slows for regen, then accelerate out of the turn using all that wonderful torque. I really love this car!!! Original review: I'm assuming I have one of the early ones with a mfg date of 11/2016. I have a long commute so the range is perfect for me. With the long freeway commute, I have noticed that this car requires a lot more steering input than I would like to stay straight on the freeway. Compared to a Prius C, which practically feels like it doesn't have power steering at speed (a good thing). My wife drives a Leaf and this car outdoes it in every way except for the rear cargo space. The Bolt is 11 inches shorter than the Leaf and it's noticeable only in the trunk space. All other dimensions are very similar. Glad to see a flat rear floor on the Bolt vs the center battery hump in the Leaf, so this car easily seats 5. Being a shorter car with a shorter wheelbase, I'm confused as to why the turn radius is 6 inches wider than with the Leaf. Front visibility is better than with the Leaf, in which the Leaf A pillars consistently block my view of pedestrians waiting to cross the street at stop signs. Strange thing with my specific car: Somewhere between final QC at the factory and when I bought the car (with 10 miles on it, so it could have been the last person who test drove it?), the video feed coax cable to the digital rear view mirror got ripped right off, rendering it inoperable (and un-fixable). It was the one of a handful of features I didn't try before I signed all the papers (of course). Been waiting a week after my first visit to the service department and the new mirror hasn't arrived yet from the factory. Power is adequate. The manual is non-specific in a few things like the fact that a pump and sealant kit does not come with this car because it has the self sealing tires, though the manual has clear instructions on how to use the pump/sealant "when applicable". I guess in my case it wasn't applicable. I've had the electric parking brake engage by itself twice when I shift into Park and the manual simply states that it could do that under certain circumstances to check the operation of the EPB system. Most of the time, engaging the parking brake is a manual affair. CarPlay works. Seriously, I've never had Siri work so well... ever. I even bought an extra short 6" Lightning cable just for this car (because CarPlay only works with the phone plugged into one of the front USB ports on the center console). No sunglasses holder. I think I'll double side tape one of those sunglasses visor clips to the black plastic enclosure that likely houses all the OnStar electronics above the rear view mirror. Almost forgot, the front cupholders don't have rubber inserts, so my coffee tumbler rattles. Lots of reviews out there talking about range, power, etc, so I figure I'd post a review of stuff I didn't read about, but kinda matters to someone like me who spends a couple of hours on the road a day.
Fantastic Vehicle with just a few minor warts
Recently leased a Chevy Bolt -- upgrading from a Nissan Leaf that I've driven for 5 years now (I wanted more range). This is the first GM car I've owned in 40 years. Definitely not your father's Oldsmobile -- the vehicle is comparable to high quality European and Japanese cars: great fit & finish, comfortable & logical controls and interior, great performance, terrific economy as an EV. My only complaint is the electronics of the Infotainment center are not great. Examples: If you set radio stations in non-numeric order (for example, 88.5, 104.5, and 91.7), it will delete the entry that is not in numeric order (104.5). This happened to me multiple times so I know it's true. It's almost like they didn't test it. Also, it doesn't include navigation as standard or even as an optional feature -- a huge shortfall in a 2017 vehicle. You can get turn by turn instructions if you call an operator via the OnStar button and have them push instructions down to the car but who wants to do that every time they want to go somewhere??? You just want to enter your destination on your own and go. Other than these somewhat minor annoyances, however, it's a great vehicle.
Wanted a Volt, got a Bolt
I wanted to replace my Ford Escape Hybrid with a Volt but did not like the tight feeling of the Volt. But the Bolts were in the Dealership and I found that it was a much better choice for me. The car is very comfortable although it is a subcompact. It seemed roomier than the Ford Escape. The 200 Hp engine seemed almost too powerful. The low gear for hill driving is created by increasing the power flow back to the battery and lets you drive without using the brake. Your smart phone hooks into the large monitor and gives you all those apps including high level navigation for free. The 240 mile range makes it worry free for fuel and it it turns out that there are public chargers all over, mostly free and you do not even need them. Charging at home for 1/4 the price of gas gives you 120 mpg equivalent. I think that the time is here for 98% of the country to switch to this new level of driving experience.