CARS.COM — The Chevrolet Bolt EV will go on sale nationwide in August, a month early. The all-electric hatchback, which packs an impressive 238 miles of EPA-estimated range and $30,000 starting price after federal tax incentives, went on sale in select states in December 2016.
GM originally planned nationwide sales to begin this September, with dealer orders kicking off in July. But Automotive News, citing Chevrolet marketing director Steve Marajos, reported today that GM opened orders at all Bolt EV-certified dealers at the start of June, with nationwide deliveries beginning in August. That’s a month early on both counts.