How much is a replacement Chevy Bolt EV electric-car battery?
Car buyers: what if the battery is dead?
The answer is all electricity.
According to the state you live in, the car battery is guaranteed to fail for 8 years/100,000 miles or 10 years/150,000 miles.
The follow-up is usually: OK, so what is the battery cost once my car is out of warranty?
Will it be expensive?
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Resistance chemistry (June 2014) we already know the original 2011-
2014 Nissan Leaf electric vehicle and its 24-kilowatt-
Hour battery pack: $5,500.
But now there\'s a new kid in town.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric car is the first affordable Long
Series electric cars with 238-
Mile EPA from 60-
Battery pack for kWh.
So, what is the cost of replacing these products?
We contacted Chevrolet and got the following reply from Fred liguri of Chevrolet Communications.
Short answer: the current price tag for the Bolt ev hv battery pack is $15,734.
29 and part number is 24285978.
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However, owners advise ligesligouri to continue to provide some additional background around the sometimes worrying topic of battery replacement.
Bolt electric car battery by electric-
Car advance warranty (see details below) and Bolt electric car customers should not expect to pay for parts for warranty repairs.
In Volt sales [for nearly 7 years], we have not replaced a battery pack during the warranty period to cope with the drop in general capacity, and many owners still report that, they have the same range capability when buying a car. Whole battery-
In order to support the manufacturing, sales and service needs of Bolt EV, packaging replacement also greatly reduces the impact of design, manufacturing technology, dealer diagnostic and repair tools, which means that if required, A single module can be replaced.
Except 3-year/36,000-mile Bumper-to-
Bumper Coverage, Chevrolet guarantees that certain parts of each Bolt EV are used within 8 years or 100,000 miles (160), whichever comes first
Date of service of the vehicle. . .
Specific power propulsion components used to repair the vehicle.
In other words, even if a component in a Bolt EV battery deteriorates or fails, it is not necessarily necessary to replace the entire battery pack.
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Car buyers want the battery upgrade to be AvailableThus far, according to the first
The second generation Chevrolet Volt series-
Extended Electric vehicles have now been in use for more than six years, and the decline in the capacity of the universal battery pack has yet to prove to be a major issue.
Among other examples, Erick Belmer\'s 2012 Chevrolet Volt proves this.
The car traveled 300,000 miles in March 2016, and there was no significant change in battery life.
Only time can prove the performance of the Bolt EV battery pack, and of course, the gasoline engine of Volt also provides a backup to alleviate any concerns about the mileage anxiety of the car.
Still, now we know the cost of replacing the Bolt EV battery
Is there any one that is finally sold.
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