The msrp here in my city is starting from $43,095 MSRP (LT) to $48,095 MSRP (premier). Sure, the Bolt looks kind of weird, and it’s not all that pretty, but at least it can hustle. in Montreal. It would be a good excuse to get a tankless gas water heater, and repurpose the 220v circuit for the charger. On balance, the Bolt comes across as comfortable. My only gripes with it, and a lot of electric cars at the moment, is that it’s still not exactly cheap, looks sort of weird and the time required to charge it — as well as the lack of available infrastructure — doesn’t yet make the car truly easy to live with. Contrast this with the extreme convenience of simply plugging your car in at the end of the day! A bigger problem is the massive subsidies for these cars. Mine is at 86MPG. Don't plan on subsisting on the included 120-volt Level 1 power cord because it can only recharge at 3 or 4 mph-c. With the LT, you'll get 17-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlights, LED daytime running lights, a rearview camera, and keyless ignition and entry. At the end of the day, there’s no denying that the Chevrolet Bolt represents great progress, an engineering feat if you will, and a step in the right direction as far as sustainable transportation goes. To be honest, I’d still put up with quality issues on the Tesla – if there were no alternatives. Between you and me, while we know which one of these cars is the smarter buy, be honest: which one do you desire most?”….well…i too live in Canada (Vancouver, BC..pop. An EV is still a *huge* compromise, given that the typical day /is not/ the average day. I’m well aware of BC’s hydro-electric generation capabilities. It turned out to be a very bad idea, as he lives in the middle of a cornfield in Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec. A tiny car that looks sort of dorky with its upright demeanor, vertically challenged windshield and stuffed-in rear-end that resembles a vehicle that’s been solidly rear-ended by a semi-truck. Also, on cold days you will want to warm up the car and vice versa on cold days — this will also reduce your range. and my parents wouldn’t co-sign for the loan. And that’s what people can’t get past. NO other taxpayers should have Their hard earned Tax Dollars be syphoned off to pay for recharging stations which They will NOT use unless they buy an EV vehicle which most won’t! Except for a funky, plastic-intensive interior that looks absolutely ridiculous and a posh infotainment system that adds a full array of gimmicky range, charging, and driving habit information — which is easy to use and operates flawlessly — this is essentially the same subcompact, gas-sipping hatch you presumably drove in college. Can you imagine how amazing this is? Some people stubbornly seem to think “my daddy filled up his car at the gas station, his daddy filled up his car at the gas station, and by cracky that’s what I’m gonna do!”. The Tesla had none of that. The result? We may earn a commission for purchases made through our links. I've had the electric parking brake engage by itself twice when I shift into Park and the manual simply states that it could do that under certain circumstances to check the operation of the EPB system. Options for the LT include the Comfort and Convenience package, which consists of heated front seats, a heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. This activity should take about a half hour with the usual walk around, let me photo copy your license etc. I ask them: do you drive more than that in a SINGLE DAY?!
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