The Chevy Bolt EV is EPA rated for 238 miles per charge, and began production in late 2016. The 2017-2019 Bolt EV can accept up to 7.7 kW while charging its 60 kWh battery on a Level 2 charging station. For the 2020 model year, the Bolt saw its battery increase to 66 kWh due to revised chemistry, increasing its EPA rating to 259 miles. A major redesign was made for 2023 with a more sleek exterior and refined interior. Not to leave out the Bolt’s electrical system, the Level 2 charging rate was increased to 11.5 kW, making the electric hatchback one of the most appealing compact EVs in its class. 2023 also brought a new bodystyle: the Bolt EUV, a compact electric crossover SUV. With the larger 66 kWh battery, it’s important to have a powerful Level 2 Chevy Bolt charging station to replenish the battery pack.
The Chevy Bolt EV has a charge port located on the front left fender, just ahead of the driver’s door, just like other Chevrolet EVs.
Charging the Bolt EV on the 120V Level 1 charger that come with the car can take up to two full days. Therefore, most Bolt EV owners will definitely want to get a Level 2 240v Bolt charging station for daily recharging. Both the JuiceBox 32 and JuiceBox 48 would be perfect for the Bolt EV, as either can charge the Bolt EV at its maximum charge rate.