The 2017 Detroit Auto Show kicked off with the announcement that the Chevy Bolt scooped the North American Car of the Year award. This latest award follows a growing list the Bolt has received, from Motor Trend’s Car of the Year to Green Car Journal’s Green Car of the Year.


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“The Bolt EV fulfills Chevrolet’s promise to offer an affordable, long-range electric,” said Mark Reuss, executive vice president, GM Global Product Development. “It is a game-changer that is not only a great electric vehicle; it’s a great vehicle — period.”

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Pricing for the Bolt starts at $37,495 before any federal or state taxes are applied. The 2017 Bolt started arriving at California and Oregon dealerships last month, with additional markets in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, including New York, Massachusetts and Virginia, seeing their first deliveries this winter. By mid-2017, the Bolt will be available across the US.

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