My mother used to say (often, for some reason)if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything. I'm about to go against that advice. Turns out, the Tallahassee Chevy dealer has a single Bolt on their premises, so I went over to see it in person. Got to take some pictures and sat in it, front and back. Design-wise, I find the exterior pretty unoffensive. Certainly a lot more visual weight than the Spark, of course, but it certainly doesn't make me think "crossover." Once I opened the door, though, it kind of went a bit south for me. The dash was more or less fine. I kind of like the textured white part. Certainly better than just a mass of gray. Sitting behind the wheel, there's plenty of room. But those seats. I drove a Sonic last year for a few weeks, and I thought though comfortable enough, they looked cheap. (They were (thin) leather, and if you looked in the space between seat and console, you could easily see it had an elastic sewn along the edge.) These were nowhere as nice. I'm not especially wide, but I could see where complaints of their narrowness come from. Covered in fabric, which is fine, they were pretty hard and unforgiving. I don't think I would enjoy sitting in it for more than 20 or 30 minutes. Road trip? Forget about it. Backseat had lots of head room (I'm 6'2"), and it would seat two comfortably (space-wise). Overall, though, I just kept thinking $37,500 for this? There was a lot of plastic, some of it in places I hadn't seen before (I should have taken pictures of the offending bits, Apologies.) It just didn't feel like it was a good value. Maybe $22,000, but certainly not $37.5. (Sure, incentives take care of some of that, unless, like me, you don't make enough to take advantage of more than $1,000 of that.) Compared to the Tesla Model 3 I drove, admittedly with the upgraded interior, well, there is no comparison. Had I the money, and both were easily available, there's no question I would take the (standard battery, cloth seat) Tesla. It's not even close. I have every confidence in the drivetrain, however, and that's a big plus for the Bolt. Good range, solid engineering. They just need to get that price point down (a lot). Like, imagine if you could buy the (temperature-regulated) 60-kWh LEAF for Bolt money. Who would buy the Bolt? Very few, I believe. Anyway, that's my two cents for now. Hopefully I'll get a chance to drive t, and maybe that'll improve my enthusiasm.