I am considering my first EV. It's a big, intimidating decision for me. After weighing my options a bit, I'm on the fence about a Chevy Bolt. On one hand, dealerships near me (midwest) are HIGHLY motivated to get rid of Bolts. I have four quotes between $30k and $32.5k, and I can take advantage of the remaining tax credit. A fully functional EV for $22.5k is very attractive to me. On the other hand, I am worried about obsolescence. The Bolt isn't perfect (I'd like faster charging, for instance), and lots of similar EVs are coming out in the next three years. I'm worried that if I get a Bolt, it will be instantly outclassed and outpriced, and I'll regret it. On the OTHER other hand, if I wait for the perfect EV, I might be letting a good opportunity pass me by. Once the GM tax credit expires, I may not see a deal like this again. You folks understand the playing field better than I do. What are your opinions? Is a $22.5k Bolt the best value EV I'll find in the next three years, or should I save my money and wait for something better? If you have a Bolt, are you planning on ditching it for a Kona or e-Niro?