Replacement batteries are in production now and will soon go out to customers’ vehicles.
The ongoing cost of the recall that affects every single Chevrolet Bolt EV ever made is, according to some reports, around $1.8 billion. The main driver for the eye-popping number is the fact that GM’s solution to the recall is to replace at least some battery modules in all 110,000 Bolts that were sold in the U.S. The scale of this program has led some Chevy dealers to assume the automaker will implement a buyback program for the faulty EVs rather than pony up to replace the batteries.
Throughout much of the past year, GM has been grappling with defective battery packs in its Chevy Bolt EVs. The Read more
Battery production has restarted, with significant changes to eliminate defects that led to fire risk. Bonus: increased range on 2017–2019 Read more
Chevrolet is resuming Bolt EV and Bolt EUV production, promising to have fixed the battery pack problem that saw multiple Read more
A full explanation of the problem causing every single Bolt EV to be under recall for a potential fire-causing defect. Read more
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Chevrolet is having significant problems with its electric Bolt vehicles. The problem started with some of the vehicles catching fire. Read more
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The safety recall involves the 2021 model of the biggest-selling U.S. vehicle, and owners are being told not to drive Read more
With fires at risk, Bolt owners awaiting battery replacement have been given guidance on how much to charge the battery Read more
The NHTSA has announced that Ford has issued a recall on model year 2021 F-150 pickups. Trucks covered in the Read more
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