We're not certain yet. At this point we're leaning heavily towards "keep the Bolt" but it has nothing to do with the car itself and more to do with my personal situation with leases and junk. The financially better move would be to trade it now for an Ioniq 5 and pick up a new Bolt when the Kona lease is up.Hello
So your stiking with the Bolt.
Good to hear they fixed your long issues
I like GM's EV products, I really do, and could be made back into a "cheerleader" instead of a cynic pretty quickly. I truly applaud leading with the EV for all Americans instead of halo cars like the Mach-E, I like that they attacked both BEVs and hydrogen simultaneously. The Bolt itself is a solid car that I would reccomend to anyone considering one (who understands EVs, DCFC, etc.).
We're laying out extra out of pocket to get a nicer Bolt so, I think that means we're heavily tipping the scales to keeping it but I'll ask for them to rush the title just in case.
tl;dr: 80-90% yes, but will know 100% within the next month. Once we start putting miles on it, that's it we're keeping it.