I know to some extent this has been covered elsewhere, but we just bought a 2017 Bolt from a dealer, with about 29,000 miles. They "fast-charged" it at the dealership before we drove it off the lot, and the charge was about 125 mi. Brought it home and my wife (her car) used it for a week, assuming when we charged it at home, it would get up closer to the 238 range.
We are in a rental right now, so can't use our 240 charger until we move into our new house next week; we charged it using the 120 for about 60 hours and went out this morning and it said it was "fully charged" at 134 mi. (158 hi - 112 low)
We have had a Ford Focus for five years, so we know a bit how the whole "how you drive the vehicle affects the max charge" issue. When we first bought the Focus, it was charging to about 75-76. It dropped to about 60 after driving it for several months and it usually ended up in the low 60s. But that is still more than 80 percent of maximum. 134 is a far cry from 238!
We live in Northern California about halfway between Sacramento and San Francisco. My wife has a 28-mi commute each way, mostly freeway. She knows how to drive to maximize the battery range. I don't know how it was used by the previous owner, which of course may have affected the maximum range. But this is a huge gap.
My question: is something wrong with this particular vehicle? I would have been fine if the max charge would have been 200, figuring we could improve it over time by the way we drive. But how do you make up 100 mi?