Well, two things. First, my Bolt EV replaced our C-Max, not our Volt. When I do look to replace our Volt, it will most likely be with a Model 3 or something similar. Why? What's the point of having two sedans when we can have a sedan and a CUV?Not sure it is a fair comparison as the Model 3 is a pure BEV and the Volt is a hybrid. If the Volt had equal range to the Model 3 on battery only, AND still had the range extending gas motor the Volt would probably continue to be a major seller. The Bolt and the Model 3 will be competitors and I welcome a "range battle" there as well as who can charge the fastest while on road trips!
Second, if I was asking for total miles, I could see your point in viewing the Volt as a "hybrid." However, the Volt is an extended-range EV, and I'm not concerned with the Volt's total miles. I'm talking solely about the total number of EV miles driven by Volt owners.