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  • 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier in Black
    15,057 miles
    Dealer:  (8)
    6.7 mi away
    Stock# 20587
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    $34,589

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    Est. Loan: $630/mo

    Dave Gill Chevrolet - Columbus / Ohio

    Located 7 miles away from Columbus, OH

    Dealer Review:

    I purchased a Chevrolet Bolt (EV) from Dave Gill Chevrolet this past weekend. I can't begin to tell you how pleased I am. This has been the very best car buying experience I have ever had. In my lifetime, I have purchased five new vehicles. This is my 6th new vehicle purchase. The dealership went out of their way to get me the vehicle I wanted from another state. They did a trade of vehicles with the other dealership. I suppose they could have said, "Sorry, we can't (or won't) do that for you." But they didn't do that. I wanted a certain color and features and it was not a problem in the least. They went the extra mile both literally and figuratively. Every single question I had about the vehicle was answered. And I had a lot of questions because what I was shopping for was an electric vehicle. I was able to take the Bolt for a weekend to really get a sense of how it drove and handled, the range and charging from a three prong outlet and so forth. I brought a Kill-o-Watt meter with me to the dealership and I was able to plug it in to get a sense of how many watts the car would actually draw at an 8 amp and at a 12 amp rate. The finance experience was handled quickly and efficiently. The paperwork was prepared in advance. What I requested was accommodated to the extent that it was in their ability to do. The business manager shopped around for the best rate and that included GMC finance company as well as other banks. I was not offered add on items that they knew I would not be interested in purchasing. That saved their time and my time. There was no pressure to purchase the vehicle. I actually brought the competitor's vehicle (a Nissan Leaf) back to the Chevy dealership and compared the two vehicles literally side by side. That was not a problem in any way. There was a recall on the vehicle I purchased and the situation was beyond the control of Chevrolet. The problem was remedied without question before I took possession of the car. One thing that was a significant help to me is that the dealership gave me a "charge point" info packet so I could explore where charging stations were located in my state. I knew in advance of buying the car that I could easily travel to Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Detroit, Louisville and Indianapolis but further range (i.e., driving the car across the country or to Tennessee or Colorado or Maine) would likely not be possible given the present state of charger infrastructure. This is a commuter car. I asked questions of the service department such as cost of the battery and the labor entailed for replacement, I asked 240 Volt charger questions regarding purchase and installation. The dealership has referrals of electricians who are skilled and familiar with charger installation. I asked tire and rim questions. I asked questions and questions and questions. They stuck with me in getting answers. I brought my dog with me to the dealership - a very large yellow lab (friendly and well-behaved). He is part of my family and he had to fit in the car or I wasn't going to make the purchase. This was not a problem. They offered me water or coffee and they offered my dog a fresh bowl of water too. (At another dealership, the dog was a problem and I am sure they are regretting that stance because I was a serious buyer.) I am coming from a "foreign vehicle bias" -- so the transition to a Chevrolet and to an electric vehicle is a significant shift. In some ways this is a leap of faith. The Bolt is a very expensive vehicle. And I really, really like this car! and the dealership where I purchased it! I don't mean to be "sexist" with my comment which follows: As a woman, I would tell other women - you can go to this dealership without being taken advantage of. You don't need to take a man along with you to buy a car. You will be treated with professionalism and respect. If you are a man, you will also be treated with professionalism and respect. I think the price I paid was fair. The vehicle I purchased is not the "typical auto purchase" so a comparison of prices is a little more difficult. Not all dealerships sell the Bolt. I believe only 1% of the vehicles sold in the USA are electric vehicles. I am taking the Federal tax credit into account with the price of the vehicle and I am also taking into account savings in gasoline and savings in maintenance. There is a bigger picture involved in an electric car purchase. Dave Gill has made the investment in a 480 volt fast charger system and they are committed to the electric car market. I can come back to the dealership any time during business hours and use the fast charger. I will have one installed in my home as well. I have peace of mind knowing I have a fast charger located close to home. The sales associate went over the vehicle with me in painstaking detail. (Again I asked a slew of questions.) He made sure I knew the vehicle's features and how to operate everything. I took notes (literally). It isn't and wasn't complicated but it is unfamiliar in comparison to every single other vehicle I have owned in my life has been a gasoline internal combustion engine car. He had the patience of Job. I imagine I wasn't the easiest of clients but perhaps I was training for the next client who comes to the dealership who is transitioning to an electric vehicle. The dealership is located in an area that is not the best of areas. When I left the car I had driven to the dealership so I could do the weekend test drive of the Bolt, they were careful to have me park my own car behind the fence and security gates. My own vehicle was/is a top steal for parts -- so I was very grateful for the extra caution and consideration. I could go on the test drive knowing my own car was safe over the weekend. The staff at Dave Gill are friendly, down to earth and practical people. These are salt of the earth type of folks. There were no airs or pretension on the part of the staff. I was very well treated. I can't say enough about the Dave Gill dealership. I would recommend them without hesitation.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier with 360-degree camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Pre-collision safety system.
    Transmission: Direct_drive
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    119 Combined MPG (N/A City/110 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: Yes

  • 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier in Light Blue
    11,120 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    24.9 mi away
    Stock# 274604606
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    Coughlin Cadillac of Marysville - Marysville / Ohio

    Located 25 miles away from Columbus, OH

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier with 360-degree camera, Blind Spot Monitoring, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Pre-collision safety system.
    Transmission: Direct_drive
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    119 Combined MPG (N/A City/110 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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Fantastic car, but ...
A. Knies,05/13/2017
I really like the car... it is super-well-engineered, quiet, quick, and has really well-designed instruments. A lot of people on other sites have complained about the seats, and I do find them much narrower than usual, but (for me) comfortable and really hold you well. In every little part of the car, there are some really great features (I really like the birds-eye camera view when parking, I think the one-pedal driving is addictive, and the interior room is amazing). The first scheduled maintenance is 150,000 miles -- just wiper-blades and tires for years to come. My complaints are with GM -- they seem trapped in the past. 1) I have tried for weeks to get an answer to a technical question about the power system (so I can install an inverter at the battery) by sending them requests via social media (on chevrolet.com as well as posting a question on an owners' forum which Chevy monitors/replies). In neither place has GM even acknowledged the question. This is frustratingly poor customer service and shows a lack of understanding what consumers expect on social media. 2) OnStar -- a great service, but ridiculously expensive. That's fine, but in order to try to get you to sign up, they take basic things that other modern cars provide for free (specifically, vehicle location from your smartphone) and only provide it with a paid OnStar subscription (my Ford Focus and Kia Soul both provided this for free). For the near future, they have a lock on decently priced, great electric cars.... the next time I am in the market, they'll have to compete on service too. My 5-star rating above is clearly based on the vehicle, not the way GM is managing the 'intangibles' of post-purchase ownership in the 21st century.
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