2017 Chevy Bolt Premier: In Depth First Person Look



This video is going to be a full in depth first person look at the all new 2017 Chevy Bolt in the top tier Premier trim level! In this video we will discuss all the features of this car, and more. As always, if you have any questions or comments about this car please feel free to let me know! Thanks a lot for watching and remember to subscribe for future in depth tours.

Special Thanks to Terryville Chevrolet!
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11 Replies to “2017 Chevy Bolt Premier: In Depth First Person Look”

  1. James Thacker

    When I first saw this car it looked like a piece of shit especially compared to a Tesla. But it is kind of growing on me I just dont trust that GM has not engineered this car to fail after a few years. I guess it will be nice while waiting to get a Tesla.

  2. Sidney Mantissa

    Regenerative braking simply takes advantage of the fact that most any electric motor can also be an electric generator. Mechanically turn the armature of an electric motor, and it will generate electricity.

    When the car is moving, it's kinetic energy turns the motor, making the motor operate as a generator. This action slows the car down just like mechanical brakes.

  3. greenophotography

    Best review I've watched so far. We just bought one of these after our fiat 500e came off lease. Living in Southern California, we drive a LOT and the although the fiat gave us the range we needed (at a stretch), the Bolt keeps us covered easily regarding range. Only have to plug it in once every 2-3 days. So far, very pleased. My only grouse? There is no 'on/off' switch for the sound-system! Inconceivable!

  4. DriveAndBeDriven

    Great review, Tyler! The new Bolt EV seems like a pretty neat vehicle! I like how it appears to have a very spacious cabin, and a very 'design forward' styling (inside and out)!

    Also, you are so close to 1k subscribers! I cannot wait! Keep it up!👍🏽

    -DriveAndBeDriven 🚘
    "The Quest To Record The Best!" 📽

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