Can the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV Make Waves in Harlingen?

By-and-large, even conservation-minded drivers near Harlingen have ignored the EV (electric vehicle) segment. Unlike conventional hybrids or plug-in hybrids like the Chevy Volt, pure EVs run only on electricity, so they must be charged, and are limited by the range of their batteries. So far, most EVs are expensive, and their short range limits them to city driving.

That's about to change with the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt.

The 2017 Bolt makes all-electric driving practical for the average driver. It boasts a staggering 238-mile range, which alleviates the fear of being stranded somewhere on an empty battery. And its MSRP starts at an affordable $36,620—made even more affordable by the $7,500 federal tax credit available to EV owners. Additional green driver incentives in Texas are available as well.

You can charge your Chevy Bolt up at home, or use one of the growing network of electric charging stations in Harlingen and McAllen.

Thanks to Chevy, an eco-friendly electric car is in your reach. Contact Gillman Chevrolet Harlingen to learn more about test drives, purchasing, and navigating green incentive programs.

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