Chevy Bolt: Winner of Canadian Green Car Award 2017

At the Green Living Show in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the Chevrolet Bolt was announced t as the winner of the 2017 Canadian Green Car Award.

The Bolt, a groundbreaking electric vehicle with a 383-kilometre range, was chosen from among six category winners as the vehicle that best combines environmental benefits and mass-market appeal.

The other category winners includes the Chevrolet Volt (Plug-in Hybrid), the Hyundai Ioniq (Conventional Hybrid), the Honda Civic (Efficient Internal Combustion), Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid (Efficient Three-Row Family Vehicle) and the Jaguar XE 2.0D (Fun Car).

The Canadian Green Car Awards recognize vehicles that offer impressive “green” attributes combined with strong mass-market appeal, based on the understanding that any product can have a significant environmental impact only if it sells in large numbers.

To achieve this result, the assessments combined “objective” criteria, such as fuel economy, emissions and price, with the judges’ evaluations of performance, driving experience, value, features and “green” qualities.

The Green Living Show is North America’s largest consumer show dedicated to simple solutions for leading a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

The 11th Green Living Show is happening this weekend, April 7-9 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Visitors can shop the wide variety of exhibitor booths while gathering information and inspiration from a diverse selection of demonstrations, presentations, and activities. In addition, there are great prizes to be won! Go check it out! Enjoy!!

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