Yeah, I recall manually copying off Leaf Spy .csv files or logs (not at home at the moment) from Android phones that I had to turn back in to work.
When I said "I wasn't aware of the considerations you mentioned", I was referring to TMS set points vs. dew point.
WetEV wrote:As you are thinking about a Bolt, could your days off could be be plugged in?
Yes, where I'm living, it definitely can be plugged in on hot days.
Purchase is done. Due to paperwork time and charging to full time, I'm picking it up tomorrow, after it's been washed.
I was surprised that the flat tire goop and pump are not included as we went over the car. There's a space in the trunk area for it. Dealer said they used to order them but then people didn't want to pay for it and wanted to quibble over that $. Looking at https://www.chevrolet.com/electric/bolt ... e/exterior
, it appears to be a $105 option. I guess maybe a reason why people complain about the unwanted cost is that the car comes with Michelin supposedly self-sealing tires.
At least Chevy includes a set of basic floor mats and the cargo area cover (but I bought the highest trim: Premier).
Before purchasing, I sat again in the '19 front seats for a little while and they seemed fine. Were definitely an improvement over the lousy '17 front seats and I'm not wide guy. For wide people, they must've been really bad. I also picked out one on the lot making sure it had no damage. One had some light scratches on the front bumper. Another one had a build quality quirk: the front driver's side door seemed to stick out too much vs. the rear door. Others weren't like that. At least the dealer had probably 5-6 units on the lot in the color, trim and options I wanted.
I observed they had at least one of these https://www.chargepoint.com/products/commercial/cpe100/
(charging my car on that) and a bunch of other L2 EVSEs (https://www.boschevsolutions.com/chargi ... EL-51245-A
and some Aerovironment round ones w/green sticker on the front). It's unlikely I'll be going back there for service or anything as they're way out of the way for me.