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Chevrolet Electric Vehicles For Sale in Arlington

Which Chevrolet Models are available in electric?

The current electric model offered by Chevrolet is the Bolt EV. The Bolt EV is fully electric with several charging options, even when parked at home. And best of all, environment-friendly since it does not use one drop of gasoline!

Hybrid Models

There are not any current 2021 hybrids in production at Chevrolet.

Plug-In Hybrid Models

Currently, in 2021 Chevrolet is not producing any plug-in hybrids.

Electric Vehicles

The Chevrolet Bolt EV is in current production as a fully electric vehicle. The Bolt EV is designed with multiple charging options, including 120-volt at home, optional 240-volt faster charging, and available power charging stations.

Differences in Chevrolet electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid models

Electric Models - Power is entirely provided by plugging into electrical current. Note: Chevrolet only offers fully electric vehicles at this time.

How far can Chevrolet electric models go?

The Chevrolet Bolt EV will travel an EPA estimated 253 miles on a full charge.

How long does it take to charge an electric Chevrolet car?

Charging time varies based upon the voltage type being used. A 120-volt outlet will typically require overnight charging, and a commercial power station provides a 100-mile driving range on a 30-minute charge.

Do Chevrolet electric vehicles have towing capacity?

The Chevrolet Bolt EV, with the proper towing equipment, can tow around 2000 pounds. Always visit your local Chevrolet dealership to confirm towing restrictions and recommendations.

How can I learn more about electric Chevrolet models?

Visit your local Chevrolet dealer for answers to all your Bolt EV questions. Better yet, visit the dealer and take a Bolt EV out for a test drive. Visit today; you may discover the electric Bolt EV is the car for you for all the right reasons.