Well it happened, I just bought a 2019 Bolt Premier. $33,600 out the door (including SC sales tax) BEFORE the federal tax rebate. I read someone mentioning a "fire sale" on Bolts, in the comments on YouTube, so for shirts and giggles I checked out autotrader. Criswell Chevy in Gaithersburg, MD, had 22 bolts in stock, with many priced to move (LTs starting at $29k & change).
I can't get a capacity readout on torque pro, but I can get SOC, and at 50.6% SOC (via Torque Pro), the car's energy usage screen read that it had used 31.1 kwh..... I'LL TAKE IT!
If you can take advantage of tax credits, and you want a Bolt, now is probably the time to buy. I really didn't want to spend the money, but I didn't want to miss out.
Now I get to finish my 400+ mile drive