It definitely depends on the State's lemon law. Here in AZ, I got an offer of my purchase price, less $1.22/mi usage fee. The offer was less than $12k, which wouldn't even cover the balance on the loan. I deeply regret getting the Bolt now.A formula loosely based on the lemon law is used to determine the repurchase amount. A “usage fee” is applied based on the ratio of “miles driven” divided by 120,000 miles (legal expected lifetime). The resulting fraction is multiplied by the “purchase price” to get the usage fee. For the exact formula, you should read through all the buyback threads (see you in a few days LOL), because it varies state-by-state.
In my case, I purchased outright a used ‘17 premier with 34k miles for $25,800 out the door. I had put 3084 miles on it when I called the Consierge line. The usage fee for the milage I did came to $608 usage fee.
so yes, I basically got back what I paid including tax/lic etc. But that is because of only 3K miles; more milage = more usage fee.