An upgraded battery keeps the 2020 Bolt in the hunt with other big-range compact EVs, but it still lacks any sort of emotional pull.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV was on top of the world when it debuted in 2016. At a time when most affordable EVs struggled to go even 100 miles on a charge, the Bolt was a revolution that promised an EPA-rated 238 miles of range for less than $40,000. But life comes at you fast when you’re a revolutionary. In short order, General Motors’s pride and joy was confronted by a raft of stiff EV competition from Hyundai, Kia, and—yes—the Tesla Model 3.
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