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I was checking out a 2017 Bolt the other day and the sales guy (at a dealership) tells me there is no warranty on the vehicle at all. My 2014 Volt has an 8 year, 100,000 warranty that is transferable. So what's the deal with the Bolts? or is he ignorant? I love my Volt, but the "non-ICE" range stinks and my battery warranty runs out in 18 months. Still I don't want to buy a used EV without a decent time period left on the battery warranty.
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Minimum warranty on the Bolt battery is 8 years 100,000 miles. Some people will say that California requires manufacturer to cover the battery for 10 years / 150,000 miles, but conflicting reports say that was only for hybrid cars, not full EV's. Examples given were Nissan Leaf's don't get a free new battery in California if they are beyond the manufacturers warranty.

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