What's New for the 2019 Chevy Bolt?

Since being launched in 2017, the Chevy Bolt has found its way towards the top of the electric car market. The 2019 model comes in a few different colors than previously offered - Green Mist Metallic, Shock, and Slate Gray Metallic - and it has a few new technologies that better support smartphone connectivity. This lets you access data and even lock your doors from your device. In addition, the 2019 Bolt has a Tire Fill Alert feature along with a Driver Confidence II Package that's available on both the LT and Premier trims.

2019 Chevrolet Bolt Interior

Chevy Bolt is Impressive No Matter Which Trim Level You Choose

As mentioned, the Chevy Bolt comes in either the LT or Premier models. The LT, the base version, comes with electronic precision shift, self-sealing tires by Michelin, and a rear vision camera so that you can see clearly as you back up. On its 10.2" diagonal color touch-screen, information about news, traffic, and weather can be accessed, and with a few touches, you'll have your favorite song playing over the audio system.

If you prefer to have a more premium sound system, the Premier trim has the option to include an Infotainment Package. It includes a Bose premium seven-speaker system, wireless device charging for convenience, and two USB charging ports that your rear passengers can easily reach.

The Premier Bolt has a few exterior features that help it stand out, such as body-color door handles with chrome strip, black heated power outside mirrors that have turn signals integrated, and roof-mounted side rails for cargo. Inside, the Premier comes with all of the LT features plus elements like a leather-wrapped steering wheel that contains a heating element, a false cargo floor, and heated front seats. If you prefer, the Premier can include perforated leather seats for enhanced comfort and luxury.

2019 Chevy Bolt Power & Performance

2019 Chevrolet Bolt Exterior FrontThe electric engine on the Chevy Bolt powers a front-wheel-drive system. With an impressive 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque, the car packs quite a punch into a small package. This makes it fun to drive around while giving you peace of mind, knowing that you'll be able to handle yourself in a variety of conditions. Further, the car gets an estimated 238 miles on a single charge of the engine.

Packed with Safety Features

2019 Chevrolet Bolt Exterior RearIn a Bolt, you'll be riding safely, as it has earned a five-star overall vehicle score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The rearview camera is a standard built-in feature, and there are numerous advanced mechanisms that can be taken advantage of while on the road. For example, Surround Vision can be put in to give you a bird's eye view of the vehicle while you're moving at low speeds; it brings together data from four different cameras to create this overhead perspective that can be convenient while parking or turning in tight spaces.

You can also put in warning systems related to front pedestrians and other obstacles, forward collisions, veering out of your lane, rear cross traffic, and cars in your blind spot if you want to be more aware of what's going on around you. All of these systems use various forms of detection to alert you in case of a predicted impact, and some of them can apply the brakes before you have a chance to react. Technology even allows the rearview mirror to serve as a video screen while you're in reverse.

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