I brought my '20 Bolt in to service a month ago for the Chevrolet Certified Battery Update software recall. It was finished in a little over an hour.
There is a certification sticker that is placed in the lower left driver's side windshield corner which is a reference for parking garage attendants to allow for parking in some restrictive parking garages.
But another very important reason for getting your Bolt in for this important update is for your insurance company to know about the risk elimination that this factory update provides!
Otherwise, your next renewal quote could possibly be higher!
While the range is temporarily reduced until the new battery pack becomes assigned for your Bolt, I'm really impressed that the warranty starts over again for the 8 years and 100,000 miles.
In the last week, because Chevrolet stands so solidly behind its products, on two different occasions last week, one couple wanted to buy it from me and gave me a permanent standing offer to buy it. (Answer "No thank you, it's a 'keeper'".)
The other person approached me at a Honda dealership and right in front of the front door of that dealership, wanted to see under the hood and learn all about it.
He smiled and said;
"So I should find one without the new battery yet and get it cheap?"
I smiled back and replied "Absolutely get it checked out first with a certified GM tech, and if it checks out, then yes, get it for sure".
(Honda is working with GM for EV future models, but I was there buying small parts for a friend's '20 Honda CRV, which, after sending her a text image of the new EV Equinox coming next year, convinced her to sell the CRV at "private party value" for when the new EV Equinox comes out.)
But do get the Chevrolet Certified Battery Update and that windshield sticker and immediately call it in to your insurer to maintain or improve your premium status.