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We have the NTEVA here however when I last checked they were not having meetings. So I would like to have some Bolt meetups here in the DFW metro area. UPDATE We have resumed monthly meetings at iDrive1 in Carrollton, TX. on the second Saturday of the month at 10:00
 

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Fellow DFW resident -- used to have a Volt (yes with a V) sadly a red light runner totaled it. I've had great experience through Classic Chevrolet.

Wanted to ask if anyone has a name of a solid salesmen there to help facilitate possibly getting a bolt EUV? I know it's a long shot question, I prefer doing business word of mouth and am always happy to take a name/number of someone who's had a positive experience. vs just walking in and getting whatever yahoo is working that day randomly.

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Fellow DFW resident -- used to have a Volt (yes with a V) sadly a red light runner totaled it. I've had great experience through Classic Chevrolet.

Wanted to ask if anyone has a name of a solid salesmen there to help facilitate possibly getting a bolt EUV? I know it's a long shot question, I prefer doing business word of mouth and am always happy to take a name/number of someone who's had a positive experience. vs just walking in and getting whatever yahoo is working that day randomly.

Thanks!
Live in the DFW area and am looking to purchase a base 2023 Bolt. Any Chevrolet dealers you recommend in the area (or dealers that I should stay away from). Trying to avoid unnecessary mark-ups!
 

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I can't speak to the current buying environment, but I got my Bolt from Jerry Durant in Granbury, back when dealers were still dealing off the MSRP. The experience was a breeze; first time I set foot in the dealership was to drop off my trade and pick up the Bolt. These days I get warranty/recall service at the Weatherford store, Jerry's in Hudson Oaks. (Bonus: Both locations are near an H-E-B.)
 

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I can't speak to the current buying environment, but I got my Bolt from Jerry Durant in Granbury, back when dealers were still dealing off the MSRP. The experience was a breeze; first time I set foot in the dealership was to drop off my trade and pick up the Bolt. These days I get warranty/recall service at the Weatherford store, Jerry's in Hudson Oaks. (Bonus: Both locations are near an H-E-B.)
I live in Pecan and am interested in a new Bolt mainly for commuting to downtown Dallas. What can you tell me about service, etc,, in this area?
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I live in Pecan and am interested in a new Bolt mainly for commuting to downtown Dallas. What can you tell me about service, etc,, in this area?
Keep in mind that all my information is >2 years out of date. It was probably pure dumb luck that I found one to my exact spec, at my out-the-door price point, in Granbury.

I get my Bolt serviced in Hudson Oaks because at the time I bought it, there were no Bolt-certified techs at the Granbury store. But it's possible that that's changed, so I would check. You do want service reasonably near your house - and Granbury is way closer to Pecan than, say, Moritz Chevrolet in west Fort Worth.

I can simply tell you that I feel well treated at Jerry's. The service waiting area is comfortable and immaculate, and my battery replacement was quick and issue-free. And besides, inertia is a powerful thing.
 
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