keep in mind importing countries monthly numbers are without meaning look at the entire year to see the trend.
Yeah, the LEAF is definitely a cut above but the Bolt is still EV and its shortcomings I could have overlooked and I would have in the situation above but I was never in the market when Bolt prices were good so... With the Plus, there is no Bolt advantage any more.DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Wed Mar 17, 2021 8:35 pmTrue, though I hated the way the Bolt drove. If I found it more comfortable and nicer to drive, we might have bought one in 2018 before the Plus arrived. My wife tried a Tesla a few months later, and also hated it. (Remember power, autopilot, minimalist, big screen, iPhone like following have 0 or even negative value to her; a heated steeringwheel, big boot, and remote heat ... priceless)
I also looked at the Bolt. Seats were a complete deal killer.DaveinOlyWA wrote: ↑Thu Mar 18, 2021 7:25 amPeople can cherry pick DC options, long drives, whatever but it all boils down to how much each issue matters and for the most part it doesn't to me. Range is close enough, DC charging is faster on the LEAF and its a more refined car. The newer Bolts are likely nicer and all that but nowhere near the improvements I was expecting.