Enjoy! Between having a Volt and 2017 Bolt we are basically gas free now except for some Volt FMMs. The Bolt has become our drive of choice, though I still hold the Volt dear to my heart. The Bolt is just more fun to drive. And with it's battery range, we never worry about running out of battery, even in winter with snow tires and the heater going.GM had a massive sale on Bolts in January. I picked up a 2020 lease for $194/month with 2.5K down. Invoice said 11.5K incentives. To get that price you had to take delivery by January 31st.
See below the local add from Matick Chevy in Michigan for the base model lease. I ended up getting some options
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I hear ya. I felt the same way about the Bolt myself -- it's just not the style of vehicle I want.I so wish I liked the Bolt. I really, really tried--test drove a bunch of different ones with different colors/options. I just could "never see myself" in it, which I know is not a great reason but it's all I got. Picked up a Gen 2 Volt instead.
My understanding is it will be a larger version, not a replacement. More of a line extension.Will this soon replace the Bolt? https://electrek.co/2019/08/14/gm-chevrolet-menlo-ev-electric-bolt-euv/
I definitely saw myself in one and after driving it, it reminded me of all my old Hot Hatches, from my CRX Si to my GTI and others. I love the low CG for good handling and the 200hp/260+ lb ft of torque for hot hatch quickness. Had to get one in a bright color to make it stand out in a sea of greys and black/white cars.I so wish I liked the Bolt. I really, really tried--test drove a bunch of different ones with different colors/options. I just could "never see myself" in it, which I know is not a great reason but it's all I got. Picked up a Gen 2 Volt instead.