360-Degree Test Drive Review Of Chevrolet Bolt – Video


For those who’ve still yet to see the Chevrolet Bolt first hand, this 360-degree test drive review video from Edmunds provides an up-close look in and around the Bolt, while at the same time covering the basics that most reviews touch upon.

Chevrolet Bolt

Video description:

“We’re going to take you on a test drive in a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. In glorious 360 degrees, we’ll give you the chance to get up close and personal with a game-changing electric car – inside, outside and along the picturesque Pacific Coast Highway.”

Does Edmunds like the Bolt? You bet they do. Here’s their conclusion following a drive of the Bolt:

“The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is the low-cost electric vehicle we’ve all been waiting for. You can drive a Bolt more than 200 miles on a charge, which is double the range of most rivals. Plus, it’s functional, more spacious inside than it looks, and fun to drive.”

Check out Edmunds’ full written review of the Bolt here.

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7 Comments on "360-Degree Test Drive Review Of Chevrolet Bolt – Video"

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That had to be the most useless use of the 360 gimmick


I found it useful/entertaining

Tony Marco

Large touche screen – that thing looks like a huge tongue sticking out of the dash !

Hopefully that’s just the 360 effect and nothing like that in the real world !!!


Martin Tesar

At least it has confirmed that the top door access is another head banger for the elderly parents and like all small cars the rear seat are only good for kids if parents are tall.
Why didn’t GM size the door entries like a practical Honda Jazz or similar ?
Guess outside looks are everything in America.


The Bolt’s design closely resembles that of the Honda Jazz/Fit, just slightly larger and electric powered. The door openings are large and the rear seat is extremely spacious. Americans criticize the Bolt and Fit alike for putting practically over looks, but the tall narrow box shape puts midsize room in a subcompact package, so I like it…


I guess you haven’t driven the car yet to make those comments that don’t make any sense.