I'm sad to see that on a car that is almost certainly perfectly fine... but out of abundance of caution, was limited to 80% or other restrictions. Hopefully someone will still want it and love it in the future.Here is the blue sticker on the Bolt that GM bought back from us.
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It's a pretty dry area, so it will take a long while.That’s a lot of lot rot.
The few ferrous-metal components on the vehicle can perform some oxygen capture duties! It will just take a while...I hope they know that storing 1000 bolts in a parking lot isn't going to do anything to improve local air quality... though I am sure it helps them capture a lot of State and Federal money.
Oh gosh. That is easily the most ignorant comment I've ever read on this board.GM has done this before. Are we really shocked ?
Hood looks too long for Rivian. The angled part above the windshield is too long, as well. Those are probably Ford Transit vans.Looks like Rivian vans for Amazon.
This is incorrect. GM makes the majority of its money by selling and financing cars. GM, Ford, Toyota, et al, make very little on the repair and maintenance of cars. That money goes to the dealership. The established manufacturers along with the EV startups, have spent a great deal of time and money trying to forecast the sales of EVs and are acting accordingly.the BOLT is a great platform but there is little $$$ in a reliable, efficient EV