The 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV injects welcome style and bravado into Chevy’s affordable small electric vehicle but none of the off-road ability you might expect from the suffix EUV, though.
EUV stands for “electric utility vehicle,” but the label is a tip of the hat to the front-wheel-drive vehicle’s looks more than any greater off-road ability than the smaller Bolt hatchback.
The EUV offers plenty more passenger space than the already accommodating Bolt, along with EV efficiency and a very appealing base price of $33,995. Chevy EVs are not currently eligible for a $7,500 tax credit, but that may change by the time the EUV goes on sale this summer.
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