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Great move by GM to entice entry level EV buyers!
 

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I liked my Bolt, at least until it threatened to burn down my house. When I bought it, no other car on the market had its range and price point. Chevy did an excellent job. The instrument cluster was excellent in its use of space and visual display of vital information. They got one-pedal driving right. It even had heated rear seats, a rarity in a budget EV.

But now I need something bigger.
 

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I liked my Bolt, at least until it threatened to burn down my house. When I bought it, no other car on the market had its range and price point. Chevy did an excellent job. The instrument cluster was excellent in its use of space and visual display of vital information. They got one-pedal driving right. It even had heated rear seats, a rarity in a budget EV.

But now I need something bigger.
Funny thing is that the Bolt EV has a larger cargo area (with rear seats down) than the Ocean. Passenger seating front and rear will probably be bigger though on the Ocean.
 

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Funny thing is that the Bolt EV has a larger cargo area (with rear seats down) than the Ocean. Passenger seating front and rear will probably be bigger though on the Ocean.
I’ve wondered about the small cargo area on the Ocean… it’s a large vehicle dimension-wise so it should have more room inside. I did see somewhere that they give two cargo dimensions - the smaller one is below the tonneau cover.
 

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I’ve wondered about the small cargo area on the Ocean… it’s a large vehicle dimension-wise so it should have more room inside. I did see somewhere that they give two cargo dimensions - the smaller one is below the tonneau cover.
I think the difference (20 vs 25) is the larger number includes the subfloor space.
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Cars.com does a pretty cool analysis and measurement of a bunch of common vehicles. They explain how they do their measurements, so that they can be compared apples to apples. Their hatch measurements are typically lower than OEM advertised but their sedan measurements are typically larger. Check it out. Vehicles like Subaru Outback that advertise around 32cuft are measured to around 19cuft.
 
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