The Chevrolet Bolt was recently named as Overall Winner of the 2018 Canadian Green Car Award. The Chevrolet Bolt was also named Overall Winner in 2017, marking the first time in the Award’s six-year history that a vehicle has won back to back. The Chevrolet Volt took home the award in 2016, making this the third consecutive win for the brand.
The Bolt EV, winner of this year’s Zero Emission category, was selected by a panel of top Canadian automotive journalists from among six category winners as the vehicle that best combines environmental benefits and mass-market appeal.
The Canadian Green Car Awards recognizes vehicles, widely available in Canada, that combine impressive environmental attributes with strong mass-market appeal. The assessments included criteria, such as fuel consumption, emissions and price, as well as the judges’ evaluations of performance, driving experience, value, features and “green” qualities.
“Chevrolet is honoured to accept the Canadian Green Car Award for the third consecutive year”, said Ester Bucci, brand, product and technology communications manager at Chevrolet Canada. “This award reinforces Chevrolet’s commitment to offering an affordable, world-changing vehicle that delivers on the promise of an electric car for the masses. Chevrolet is dedicated to continued innovation in electrification that will bring the thrill of driving an electric vehicle to many more Canadians.”
Chevrolet is proud to lead the market and sell more plug-in electric vehicles in Canada than any other brand. The Chevrolet Bolt EV sets the range benchmark for an affordable EV capable of going the distance by delivering up to 383 kilometres on a full charge. Bolt EV starts at a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $44,300 (plus $1,795 freight charge and $100 air conditioning tax). In Ontario, pricing can be as low as $31,911 after the eligible Ontario provincial incentive of $12,389. About The Green Living Show
The Canadian Green Car Award is Canada’s premier award recognizing vehicles with the greatest potential for environmental benefits. The Award is an independent program developed by automotive journalists Eric Novak, Michael Bettencourt and Peter Gorrie, who comprise its steering committee. The Award recognizes vehicles, widely available in Canada, that offer both impressive environmental attributes and strong mass-market appeal, since any product can have a significant impact only if it sells in large numbers.
Founded in 1911 in Detroit, Chevrolet is one of the world’s largest car brands, doing business in more than 100 countries and selling more than 4.0 million cars and trucks a year. Chevrolet provides customers with fuel-efficient vehicles that feature engaging performance.