Category Archive: General Motors

Sep 21

Chevrolet Release The 2017 Bolt EV Prices For Canada & U.S.

2017 Bolt EV Most Affordable Long-Range EV in Canada

Road-Test.org, 2017 Chevy Bolt EVOshawa, Ontario (Tuesday, September 20, 2016) – The Chevrolet Bolt EV set the range benchmark for an affordable EV capable of going the distance by delivering an U.S. EPA-rated 383 kilometres (238 miles) on a full charge. Now, Chevrolet is keeping its promise to offer the Bolt EV at an affordable price by confirming a base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $42,795 plus a $1,600 destination freight charge. Pricing can be as low as $31,434 (plus the freight charge), after the eligible Ontario provincial incentive applicable to the base model of the Chevrolet Bolt EV of $11,361*.  For more information about the Provincial Electric Vehicle Incentive programs available in Canada please see the links below.

“Value is a hallmark for Chevrolet and the pricing of the Bolt EV proves we’re serious about delivering the first affordable EV with plenty of range for our customers,” said Alan Batey, president of GM North America and leader of Global Chevrolet. “We have kept on our promise yet again, first on range and now on price.” Read the rest of this entry »

Aug 15

Road Test: 2015 Buick Verano

Road-Test.orgI’ve never been a big fan of Buick cars – or GM in general, even though I’ve owned a couple of Chevy’s (Camaro & Malibu) and a Saturn. My experience with the Chevrolet brand has been terrible, but I must admit I really liked our Saturn Vue. So why am I driving a Buick Verano? Quite by accident really – my wife’s car was in the shop for repairs and the dealership gave us a rental. Being a car guy – it’s never just a drive – everything is a test drive for me and so why not? Let’s give this car the full test treatment….

What Is It? 

  • Small-mid-size sedan
  • Buick are way off the mark by offering this as a luxury car
  • Up against similar cars like the Honda Civic and Ford Focus, this car is a true, fierce competitor

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