What’s the Battery Life on a 2023 Chevy Bolt?

A 8-year/100,000-mile guarantee that covers the Chevy Bolts battery will replace or fix it if it loses 60% of its initial capacity during that time. Between 300,000 and 400,000 miles are predicted to pass before the Chevy Bolts battery loses both its power and range. A Bolts battery will be regarded as needing replacement under the Chevy EVs warranty when its capacity drops to 60%, which is equal to the capacity of a brand-new 60kWh battery.

The 2022 Bolt maintains its decent 259-mile range thanks to the same 65-kWh Lithium-ion battery and motor as before. Chevy has not yet provided an official MPGe estimate for the 2022 Chevy Bolt Electric, and we were unable to test it on our 75 mph motorway course as part of our extensive testing schedule. Despite having the same battery pack and electric motor from the previous year, the 2022 Chevy Bolt Electric has a new design. In light of recent events, such as GM fixing the battery issue, lowering the price by $6,000, introducing the 2023 model year, and maybe offering tax advantages for upgrading, I thought it might be interesting to take a closer look at the younger sibling.

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