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I'm selling my 2017 Bolt with 19,700 miles on it. The battery has been charged to 100% only a handful of times while most of the time it cycled between hilltop reserve and 30%. The car is in excellent condition.

It's the LT version and it includes:

1. Tinted windows
2. DC fast charging
3. Extended warranty to 60K miles
4. Weather tech mats for the front, rear and cargo area. OEM mats are in new condition and are included in the sale.
5. Heated front seats and steering wheel

Looking for $27K. PM me if interested. I live in Northern NJ.
 

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Tesla not only did not make the 35K car, its parts and service for the ones that they have made are negligible. People are having problems, and this is what they are up against when they do. Keep the Bolt, for the good dependable multi-use car.

http://www.latimes.com/business/autos/la-fi-hy-tesla-parts-service-20180724-story.html
Many people have refused to take delivery due to quality control issues. From poor panel fit to inop functions inside. It's not a secret. Wait 2 years and then have a vehicle assembled in a tent by someone who was installing solar panels or working in accounting the week before. Google it if you doubt my reference,branden in post #8 .
 

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Many people have refused to take delivery due to quality control issues. From poor panel fit to inop functions inside. It's not a secret. Wait 2 years and then have a vehicle assembled in a tent by someone who was installing solar panels or working in accounting the week before. Google it if you doubt my reference,branden in post #8 .
Heck there is a full blown rebellion in Norway regarding the poor Tesla quality and lack of service.
 

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wonder how many $37,495 Bolts have been sold? is that data available?
I don't know how many were sold but I'm sure not everyone paid MSRP. OTOH,going in the opposite direction,price-wise,I'm POSITIVE nobody has bought a $35,000 Model 3. :D
 

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I don't know how many were sold but I'm sure not everyone paid MSRP. OTOH,going in the opposite direction,prise-wise,I'm POSITIVE nobody has bought a $35,000 Model 3. :D
thought it would be an interesting data point to extrapolate demand for lower end EVs. how many LTs without any options sold? using MSRP price point to delineate the base model. Bolt being first possible 200 plus mile range EV that can be had less than 30K with fed tax credit.
 

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thought it would be an interesting data point to extrapolate demand for lower end EVs. how many LTs without any options sold? using MSRP price point to delineate the base model. Bolt being first possible 200 plus mile range EV that can be had less than 30K with fed tax credit.
With so many BEVs coming available in the next 2 years,I wonder how many will be on the low end of the price spectrum. My guess is a small percentage.
 
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