I take the 2019 Chevy Bolt for a drive in Napa Valley CA to see if it lives up to the hype. Find out more in my review - Is it the best affordable electric car? We take a deep dive into what makes the Chevy Bolt unique and fun. First we talk about the exterior design then move onto the interior where we talk about tech and quality lastly we will drive the Bolt in San Fransisco and give you our final thoughts on the 2019 Chevy Bolt EV.

Range: 238 mi battery-only
MSRP: From $36,620
Battery charge time: 9.3h at 220V
Battery: 60 kWh 350 V lithium-ion
MPGe: 128 city / 110 highway


    • Leo M. Mara
      Leo M. Mara

      The "L" on the shift handle stands for LAZY. Too lazy to lift ones foot from the accelerator pedal and place it on the brake. 😎

      about 1 month ago
    • anthony gomes
      anthony gomes

      he claimed the bolt had many more features than the base model 3. i would like to know what they are. this kid talks a lot of smack and leaves out the important stuff.

      about 2 months ago
    • pioneer7777777
      pioneer7777777 In reply to anthony gomes

      Yeah, I think it's coming from someone that likely does not own an EV since he does not have much knowledge in my opinion. The thing that made me stop listening was when he said the Bolt was primarily going to be driven in the city. With a 200 plus mile range it's suitable for just about anywhere. An 80 mile range LEAF is primarily a city car.

      about 1 month ago
    • Chad C
      Chad C

      Model 3 is definitely more affordable here in Texas, I drove my model 3 standard plus to a Chevy dealership and the bolt was 46k which is outrageous because i bought my model 3 for 40k and it's not even the cheapest version.

      about 3 months ago
    • Duke A
      Duke A In reply to Chad C

      Chad C , you can pick up a Bolt for under $25k, Tesla is a nice car but way overpriced. It’s a matter of time before the big companies make less expensive and better quality cars then Tesla. I still love the model X

      about 2 months ago
    • Tyler Burke
      Tyler Burke

      I drive the 2019 Bolt LT trim, no mood light on the dash, no leather seats, no wireless charging, but I did get the fast charging provisions and heated seats/wheel/mirrors. I traded in my 13' LEAF and I love the Bolt. Best car I've ever driven.

      about 3 months ago
    • Darren Orange
      Darren Orange

      Chevy states 6.5, I'm personally done 6.7. Its certainly under 7, the tires are holding it back from pretty much being at 6.

      about 3 months ago
    • Rick Garcia
      Rick Garcia

      you know

      about 3 months ago
    • Rennie Allen
      Rennie Allen

      LoL -52 miles. You don't have a lead foot, you have a foot made of neutron star material.

      about 3 months ago
    • ThisIsDrive
      ThisIsDrive In reply to Rennie Allen

      I was waiting for someone to notice that haha... Neutron star material lol... Love it.. It's fun to drive what can I say and with all that range you don't need to worry about putting your foot down πŸ˜€

      about 3 months ago