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  • 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV LT in Orange
    18,429 miles
    Dealer:  (3)
    15.6 mi away
    Stock# BC10365
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    $29,997

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    Est. Loan: $546/mo
    Fair Deal!Fair Deal!

    Gunn Chevrolet - Selma / Texas

    Located 16 miles away from San Antonio, TX

    Dealer Review:

    This is my second purchase at Gunn Chevrolet. And it was another Chevrolet Traverse. This is the only car for me. All staff is courteous and take care of your every need. My salesman Cristian Figueroa was the most knowledgeable when it came to showing the many features of the car and I did not feel pressured in any way. I will only do my business with Gunn.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV LT with Blind Spot Monitoring, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Remote Start, Keyless Entry/Start.
    Transmission: Direct_drive
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    119 Combined MPG (N/A City/110 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes
    Listed since: 11-02-2018

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An amazing car..not typical GM product.
Phil Atomic,09/03/2018
Have owned this car for a year and have 40,000 miles on the clock. Car has had zero issues. Battery shows no degredation. Cost to operate is absurdly low. Cheaper to own than a regular Camry when you consider no maintenance cost and gas difference vs electricity. Range is a non issue unlike the leaf. Consider that first real maintenance on this car is at 150,000 miles! Add up all a gas car costs in maintenance to get to 150,000 compared to the Bolt and the higher initial cost of the Bolt quickly disappears. Then add the difference in operating costs (gas vs elec.) and the Bolt is clearly cheaper. $7,500 tax credit + $2,500 state credit makes a great difference in cost. Even if i had no tax credit, I would buy this car again.
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