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Thousands of new owners will take home a Chevy Bolt over the next few months. Here are several little known facts to make their ownership experience better.
Here’s a checklist of what you'll need to consider before you go shopping for your first electric car.
In the case of an EV, the leasing company usually claims the $7,500 federal tax credit and applies it directly to the transaction price to reduce payments.
We recently compared the Hyundai Kona Electric to the Chevrolet Bolt. How does Edmunds' recent take match up with ours? Which EV comes out on top?
Aftermarket accessories are a big deal these days. This is especially true for the Tesla Model 3. How do you choose which ones to spend your money on?
The Ford Fusion Energi has been updated for 2019 with a refreshed look and larger battery, but does that make it suddenly competitive in the PHEV segment?
While the way we look at the reliability of electric cars is a bit skewed, mostly due to low numbers, these EVs still fare worse than the others.
On paper, these electric cars, the Chevrolet Bolt and Kona Electric, match up rather well, but can we declare one a winner? Let's find out.
Should you choose the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt or its stablemate, the plug-in hybrid Volt? The answer comes down to your priorities, but first let's take an...
Yes, we need to get more used car shoppers on board with offerings like the Chevrolet Volt. Few realize the true potential of this car.
Despite having higher sticker prices than comparable conventionally-powered models, owning an electric vehicle can still save an owner money over time.