Is The 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV the Affordable Electric for Canadian Buyers?Vote
It's been a little while since we've driven one of GM's Electric Vehicles, and James has the chance to try out the 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV Premier to see how this small EV holds up to the Canadian winter.
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We've driven two versions of the Bolt over the years, but we missed out on them for a couple years due to the supply and recall issues GM was facing with this vehicle. Fast-forward to 2023 and we're checking out the Bolt EUV, a slightly larger EV with a fresh exterior design over the smaller Bolt EV. James starts off with the technical specifications of this car along with some of the design choices Chevrolet made when it came to making this vehicle stand out a bit from the regular Bolt EV. He also discusses his experiences with charging this vehicle during the winter.
We jump inside to see what the Bolt EUV has to offer at the Premier trim. Things like the video rear view mirror, HD backup camera, large infotainment system with Navigation, leatherette seating, heated front seats with driver memory, and much more. The EUV is slightly longer than the regular Bolt EV giving rear passengers a bit more legroom, although not really anything when it comes to head room.
James then takes the 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EUV Premier on the road to see how this electric vehicle performs in the winter, what he experienced in terms of range and energy efficiency, along with his thoughts on how this vehicle stacks up to some of the other electric cars we've driven in the past.
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