Before I got my 2019 Bolt I downloaded the owner's manual
. The first thing I looked for was a set of specifications for the car, usually an appendix in most manuals. Nada. Zip. I had to rummage through its 361 pages to find simple facts about the car. When, for instance, I wanted to find the tire size, all I got was generic info about how tires are specified and rated, but nothing detailing the original equipment. This, frankly, sucks. I expect all the essential official data about a vehicle to be listed in its owners manual, and Chevrolet -- among other factoids -- did not even bother to tell me how many KWs the battery can hold. Instead, a third of the manual consists of warnings
that only an imbecile would need. Why should someone who paid $40K for an complex product put up with that?