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    Bolt review

    I'm really starting to get on board EV's and it's because of the game changer (for me) Bolt. Here's the article from C&D

    http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...h-model-review

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    Re: Bolt review

    Quote Originally Posted by samesun View Post
    I'm really starting to get on board EV's and it's because of the game changer (for me) Bolt. Here's the article from C&D

    http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/...h-model-review
    If I could drive to my hometown on a charge I would buy one. Range isn't quite there yet and with heat or a/c on I fear it would be even worse.

    If all I was doing was driving local I would grab one in a heartbeat. Ontario gives a $14,000 credit. Amazing deal.

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    Re: Bolt review

    I've read quite a few reviews and the general consensus seems to be that the seats suck.
    Sounds like they went overboard trying to shave weight there.
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    Re: Bolt review

    Quote Originally Posted by kool1 View Post
    If I could drive to my hometown on a charge I would buy one. Range isn't quite there yet and with heat or a/c on I fear it would be even worse.

    If all I was doing was driving local I would grab one in a heartbeat. Ontario gives a $14,000 credit. Amazing deal.
    No incentives here in MB at all but it would work well for me. Could easily get me to the lakes nearby and back on a single charge. Of course I'd keep one car for long distance. I'm gonna check it out when/if it becomes available in MB

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    Re: Bolt review

    Quote Originally Posted by eaton53 View Post
    I've read quite a few reviews and the general consensus seems to be that the seats suck.
    Sounds like they went overboard trying to shave weight there.
    I would not mind one it will fit in the back of the truck nicely, make a great little Golf cart it will do 9 holes in comfort.

    Its only meant for short urban trips of 10 miles to the local Californian shopping mall something for Californian women to haul new clothes around in, Bolts not for travelling long haul with 10 suitcases in comfort you need a Suburban if you want a bit of comfort.
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    I would not mind one it will fit in the back of the truck nicely, make a great little Golf cart it will do 9 holes in comfort.

    Its only meant for short urban trips of 10 miles to the local Californian shopping mall something for Californian women to haul new clothes around in, Bolts not for travelling long haul with 10 suitcases in comfort you need a Suburban if you want a bit of comfort.
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