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  • 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier in Light Blue
    8,327 miles
    Dealer:  (2)
    8.7 mi away
    Stock# P1516


    Est. Loan: $626/mo
    Fair Deal!Fair Deal!

    Page Chevrolet - Alexandria / Virginia

    Located 9 miles away from Washington, DC

    Dealer Review:

    I have never had such a AWESOME experience buying a vehicle than I did this evening with Page Chevrolet of Alexandria, VA. My Sales Consultant, Patricia Terrazas is Amazing. There was no pressure sales and I mean NO pressure. I explained to her what I wanted, and she and the Sales manager, Juan Mojica made it happen. Both Patricia and Juan deserve an abundance of accolades for the care they provided to me in the purchase of my new Cruze LT. John Cho, the Finance person I dealt with was amazing as well. I will definitely pass along my awesome experience to anyone in the market for a vehicle. Thank you again Patricia, Juan and John for taking such Outstanding care of me this evening.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier with 360-degree camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Pre-collision safety system.
    Transmission: Direct_drive
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    119 Combined MPG (N/A City/110 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

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My Bolt review
Adam B,01/16/2018
Overall the car is a great value for someone looking to go EV without spending 40k or more. You can get one of these fully loaded with the EV tax credit for around $30k. If you are expecting this vehicle to be a super high end car similar to a Tesla or Lexus, you will be disappointed. Chevy spent time and effort making the car very practical and cost effective as opposed to using high end interior components. The goods: one pedal driving, the “birds eye view” while backing up, storage, and interior room. The low points are the narrow seats which aren’t that bad although I’m fairly thin, the stiff suspension, and the highway range. I feel like the 238 miles GM says the car gets per charge assumes stop and go driving with regen braking. On the highway cruising at 65 mph with temps around 30 deg F and no climate control, I’m averaging about 150 miles. Maybe that will change when the temperature warms but I was expecting closer to 200 available miles. In conclusion, excellent car and the best value vehicle for those of us that don’t have $50k plus. Recommend buying one earlier rather then later to take advantage of the $7500 EV tax credit which in my opinion, makes this car a way better value than a model 3. Not necessarily a better car but a better value since you won’t get that tax credit if you ordered a model 3 at this point.
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