Keith, read the manual that came with your Bolt. It says this.....and in all fairness maybe you missed this from my previous post that you are shredding;It is you who needs to reread, as apparently you have problems with text that has a Flesch–Kincaid index over 12.
You are unable to understand when I am shredding your arguments with implied text between the lines, in essence having a conversation with you is somewhat akin to having a conversation with a tree stump.
You don't seem to even realize the implications of "means that the cells are in every measurable way identical to new" which, in the case of battery cells means that they ARE new (there is no such thing as used cells with identical operating characteristics to new cells).
"If warranty repair requires replacement, the high voltage battery may be replaced with either a new or factory refurbished high voltage battery with an energy capacity (kWh storage) level at or within approximately 10% of that of the original battery at the time of warranty repair."
There are no implications that the battery in a replacement is new. That is where you are wrong. They are not necessarily new. In fact, as the manual states, they might be refurbished. And if so, not perfectly new, as they may be within 10% of the original battery AT THE TIME of warranty repair. You seem to not understand, or you missed that they are putting refurbished batteries at their discretion into the Bolts under service. I'm ok with it, it's been a practice with all manufacturers since before I was born. You reply to people here, in many cases before reading their entire post as you did here.