California Dealers Begin To Receive 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Allocations
Rick Alpern, General Managers of Keyes Chevrolet in California, posted this in regards to receiving Chevy Bolt allocations:
“Initial allocation is 78; I have 35 deposits so that leaves 43 open slots.”
Keyes Chevrolet is not the only dealer receiving word of Bolt allocations.
Hybrid Cars reached out to Alpern who confirmed the Bolts are in the dealer’s computer terminal now and that he expects more information to become available in a couple weeks.
As Hybrid Cars reports:
“Alpern said he was told by his GM rep that for now only Oregon and California are getting the first wave, and he hopes also to have vehicles to deliver by end of year.”
“I am hoping to be able to have inventory in by the end of the year.”
“We’re very excited and enthusiastic to have that product. Two hundred and thirty eight [miles], you know as a general manager I’m pretty darned enthusiastic.”
Eventually, the Bolt will be sold nationwide, though we don’t expect that to happen until sometime next year.
For more details on pricing, range, trim levels, options and more, check out this ordering guide for the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt.
Sources: GM-Volt, Hybrid Cars