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There’s a new model joining the Chevrolet all-electric lineup in 2022: the all-new Bolt EUV. This “electric utility vehicle” is one of the very first all-electric crossovers to hit the mainstream market, and its debut is driving lots of buzz. However, many Clarkston drivers are still unsure about the difference between Bolt EUV and EV models.
Read below for a head-to-head comparison of the Chevy Bolt EUV vs. Bolt EV from the team at John Bowman Chevrolet, Inc., and be sure to reach out with any further questions about Chevy EV models and technology!
We’ll start with the most notable difference between Bolt EUV and EV models: cabin space and exterior dimensions. The Bolt EUV wheelbase is 2.9 inches longer than the EV, and it also adds 6.3 inches in overall length. As a result, taller passengers will enjoy some extra room inside the EUV.
When you compare the EUV vs. EV cargo space, you’ll note that the EV appears to offer more cargo space. However, the specs don’t account for the fact that only the EUV provides an under-floor bin that opens up another 8-9 inches of storage space.
In terms of exterior design, the difference between Bolt EUV and EV is minimal at first glance. They two share many of the same design details and style cues — but due to the EUV’s larger size, they don’t use any of the same exterior side panels.
How about inside the cabin? With either the Bolt EV or EUV, you and your passengers will enjoy soft-tough materials and premium appointments should you opt for a trim upgrade. Overall, the two models have more similarities than differences:
There’s virtually no difference between the Bolt EUV and EV powertrains. Both feature a single electric motor and 65 kWh lithium-ion battery setup that generates a seriously impressive 200 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque. With a full charge, either model has an electric range of up to 259 miles. Both also use smart systems to converserve power, like one-pedal driving, which allows you to stop the vehicle without touching the brake pedal.
Keep in mind that as all-electric vehicles, these models rely entirely on battery power — as opposed to hybrids, which pair a combustion engine with an electric motor. We’re happy to help you compare electric vs. hybrid vehicles if you want a more efficient vehicle, but aren’t comfortable with full reliance on electric power.
Ready to go green with your next vehicle purchase in Waterford? Reliable, innovative, and affordable Chevy electric vehicles are a smart choice! Contact us to get started today, or stop by our dealership near Grand Blanc to complete your Bolt EUV vs. EV comparison with a test drive. While you’re here, our finance experts are happy to tell you more about our current new vehicle specials and flexible lease and finance offers.
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