General Motors is serious about fixing its Chevy Bolt battery problem. Here’s my experience.
GM has confirmed at least 12 fires in 2017-2019 model year Bolts that happened when cars were parked (i.e., the fires were non-crash-related). This set off a wave of panic among Chevy Bolt owners as expressed in online forums.
Background: I leased a 2018 Bolt and was planning to do a lease buyout as I did with my 2013 Chevy Volt before that. The fires changed that. Though the chance of a Bolt catching fire is statistically very low, I wasn’t willing to risk it when my Bolt was at the service
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