Chevrolet Bolt EV At 30,000 MIles: How’s It Holding Up?

Just under two years ago, we began a three-year lease on a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV.

In the time since, we’ve taken it all over Washington State, Oregon, California and Nevada. We’ve rapid charged a bunch, driven it hard and driven it gently. We’ve taken it on dirt trails and mountain passes. And for the most part, it’s been super well-behaved.

Here’s our 30,000 mile round up — as well as our take on if we’re going to keep it or hand it back at the end of the lease.

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