Electric vehicles are appearing more often on the St. Cloud streets. As attention turns to the all-electric future of vehicles, drivers increasingly have questions about the Chevrolet electric car lineup. From the nimble Chevy Bolt to the upcoming Chevrolet Silverado electric truck, there’s plenty to learn about the Chevy EV lineup. To help, Cornerstone Chevrolet has compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about Chevy EVs so that you can stay informed with the latest electric news.
The Chevy Bolt was one of the first Chevrolet electric cars to arrive on the streets of Rogers, and it’s been a mainstay ever since. Get the answers to the most common questions about the Chevy Bolt EV and EUV below.
The Chevy Bolt EV may be America’s most affordable EV on the market, with its small frame and nimble handling often found at a lower price than similar EV competitors. That affordability doesn’t mean it skimps on utility, though– the Chevy Bolt EV gets an impressive 259 miles of all-electric range on a full charge. That’s more than enough to fuel your daily commute or run errands around Buffalo.
The main difference between the Chevy Bolt EV and EUV is in the names. In this case, EV stands for “electric vehicle” while EUV stands for “electric utility vehicle”. As an electric utility vehicle, the Chevy Bolt EUV has a slightly larger frame that grants a little more room in the cabin for all your passengers to stretch. Also, as the EUV is larger, it gets slightly less overall range, capable of up to 247 miles of range on a full charge.
The Chevrolet Silverado electric truck has caused quite the buzz around Monticello, with many curious about the performance and capability of the electrified version of the Silverado 1500. Keep up to date with the latest Chevy Silverado EV news with Cornerstone Chevrolet.
The Chevy Silverado EV is expected to arrive sometime in the fall of 2023. To stay up to date or place a reservation, contact Cornerstone Chevrolet online or give us a call at (763) 210-3991.
While exact prices are still forthcoming, Chevrolet has released an estimated starting price for the base Chevy Silverado EV trim: $39,900 MSRP in addition to a destination freight charge of $1,695. There’s expected to be a wide selection of trims available, ranging from about $50,000 to $80,000 MSRP, each with various capabilities, performance, and battery range.
Stay up to date with the latest news about the Chevrolet electric car lineup with Cornerstone Chevrolet! Our team is happy to answer any questions you may have about the electric Chevy vehicles available. You can also visit our Electric & Hybrid Information Hub or our Chevrolet Research Hub for more detailed information. No matter what kind of info you need about Chevy EVs, Cornerstone Chevrolet is here to help!