Overview of Chevrolet under Global Motors
When General Motors bought out Chrysler in 2009, it became clear they would focus their efforts on developing an electric vehicle for the future of our planet and our customers. So began the creation of the Chevy Bolt EV.
The concept for Chevrolet Bolt EV was forged in 2010 when GM determined the company needed a clean sheet approach to electrification and a vehicle that could meet the demands of its customers – drivers that wanted a car without compromise.
A few years later, we introduced the Volt to the world to show how far we’ve come since the early days of internal combustion engines. Since then, our team has been working tirelessly to develop the next generation of vehicles that set us apart while delivering more power and range than any other battery-electric vehicle on the road today.
Chevrolet Bolt EV is here now and is a fantastic leap forward in automotive technology. We’re bringing together the best design, engineering and manufacturing talent to deliver a great value proposition to our customers.
There isn’t much more to say here because it’s evident that Chevrolet Bolt EV is here to stay.
This car is designed for the city and the country. A vehicle with roomy seats, loads of legroom, and a big trunk. This design is based on the European city-car concept where space is king.
The exterior is built to withstand daily abuse from kids’ fists, potholes and gravel roads. The rugged exterior hides the advanced technology required to make this ride roll smoothly.
It incorporates the latest safety technologies, including airbags, seat belt pretensioners and side curtain airbags. With these features, you’ll feel safer knowing your family is protected.
Chevrolet knows how important it is to protect your investment. That’s why we back our vehicles with GM Genuine Parts Guarantee. Your Chevy will last longer because it’s backed by Chevrolet factory warranty coverage. If there’s ever an issue, we have roadside service available 24/7, plus friendly local dealerships across North America.
What is covered under the Chevrolet powertrain warranty?
It covers any mechanical failure caused by normal wear and tears during the vehicle’s life. In addition, it also includes parts needed for repairs due to accidents.
The coverage is valid for the entire period of ownership of the car. If you buy a used car, you would probably want to thoroughly inspect the vehicle and ensure that there are no hidden problems.
Before buying a car, it is recommended to check its history carefully to ensure whether the previous owner had it checked out thoroughly or not. Another critical point is that whenever you buy a used car, you would want to ask the dealer for an extended warranty which could cover the cost of repairing significant faults discovered after the original warranty expires.
Another essential detail to consider when purchasing a used car is that since these cars are usually older models, they might have issues such as clogged air filters, worn-out brakes, faulty windshield wipers and broken headlights. Therefore it is advisable to carry out regular maintenance checks on your car, including checking the battery, oil level and radiator fluid; and replacing them if necessary.
Chevrolet Powertrain Warranty details:
1) Any mechanical component that fails through normal wear and tears during vehicle ownership.
2) A motor, transmission, drive shaft, transfer case, axle housing, differential gears, driveshaft, clutch, brake system, steering mechanism, fuel pump, heater core, exhaust system, electrical components, electronic control module (ECM), alternator and starter.
3) Parts required for any repair involving defective material or manufacturing defect.
4) All costs associated with inspecting the vehicle before the sale and preparing it for delivery.