I've never heard anyone complain about the Bolt seats. Everyone that I know
that has one, or has driven one likes it.
Are you a large person?
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> On Nov 5, 2017, at 9:07 AM, Peter Eckhoff via EV <email@example.com> wrote:
> I took my second test drive in a Bolt. The seat was chaffing my ribs first
> time out so this time I folded up a small comforter and it was enough to
> keep my ribs from chaffing. It also was not thick enough to push me
> forward so I felt like I was falling off the front seat.
> My main concern was the accuracy of the energy usage readings. I took a
> picture of the main energy usage screen with its bars of energy usage
> displayed for every 5 miles of travel. I measured their height to
> determine mi/kwh.
> In a 45 MPH zone with one red stop light encountered at the bottom of the
> first two legs, the bars registered 3.2 and 3.6 mi/kwh. Terrain varied
> from 267' to 302'. Out on the interstate, I used between 3.6 and 4.67
> mi/kwh and drove between 55 and 70 mph. 3.6 going up hill in the 45 mph
> zone oand onto the interstate. 4.25 trying to maintain 70 mph. 4.67 while
> trying to maintain 55 to 60 mph. Traffic flow did not allow me to set the
> While all this is subjective, the higher mi/kwh readings occurred at the
> higher speeds. This made me wonder what the experiences of Bolt owners are
> with respect to what the main display energy usage display shows.
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