Bolt EV and Bolt EUV Recall Update

Experts from GM and LG have identified the simultaneous presence of two rare manufacturing defects (a torn anode tab and folded separator) in the same battery cell as the root cause of battery fires in certain Chevrolet Bolt EVs. As a result, GM will be conducting a recall of Bolt EVs (2017-2022) and Bolt EUVs (2022) to address the risk of battery fires in these vehicles.

If you would like to read more regarding these recalls here is the link to help you further with your Bolt Recall
Bolt EV and Bolt EUV Recall update

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Just got the battery replaced on my Bolt. I might just be imagining things but the range seems even better now!

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How did you already got your battery replaced? What year Bolt do you have? Which deanship did the replacement if you don’t mind sharing

now can I see your offer? I am also trying to get a Bolt EV

If it’s a Substitution of Collateral, the lease terms should remain intact, except you may have to pay usage for the mileage on the existing vehicle (depends on state)

why not wait for blazer EV, looks so much better IMO?

what do you mean IMO?

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This offer does not exist anymore. This thread is 6 months old.

trying to get a good deal with Bolt EV not sure so far

Is that possible to get a car deal with - 5,900$ -2,500$ -500$ , so in total -8,900$ based on the price