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Re: Why We Moved to a Chevy Bolt from a Nissan Leaf

Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:03 pm

We just won't know what happened until someone at GM gives an in depth interview. It's defective that's all we can say with certainty.

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2017 Bolt LT with DCFC, leased 11/09/17
2015 Nissan S with QC, leased, returned 11/10/17
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Re: Why We Moved to a Chevy Bolt from a Nissan Leaf

Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:06 pm

RonDawg wrote:It's relevant because making the US median wage of about $59k (for 2016) puts you pretty close to the threshold, if you're a single filer with no itemized deductions. You don't have to make a lot of money to be taxed that much.

I make half that and am married. Or should I say we make half that and are married.
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