I am not much of a "performance" driver; not of the Bolt EV at least that is, but...
I DO enjoy going up Hiway 14 from Canyon Country to Palmdale in the HOV lane on a beautiful Sunday, where many of the EV drivers like to let it GO!
I will admit that with the GM 92 MPH governor installed in my Bolt EV, the Teslas zip by me like I am standing still!
I don't understand Summit's comment about ACC: as it is not meant to help between the lanes; it is meant to slow you down as the vehicle in front of you slows down.
But lane assist is ONLY good for jiggling my steering wheel which alerts me indeed that I am swerving between lanes and I DO appreciate that!
It is not meant to let you drive within your lane hands free.
That being said, I have experimented on the freeway at 2am with no traffic behind me. What happens is that as the road curves, I remain driving in a straight line until it comes up to the broken line on the road and then makes the adjustment until I am about to hit the other broken line and then makes the opposite adjustment.
So, yes, a zig-zag!
Also the feature is somewhat worthless on a non-highway road given the lack of clear lane markings.
Again, the feature was never implemented on my 2017 Bolt EV (unbeknownst to me) and I am grateful to have it on my 2019 Bolt EV.
My 2017 3 year 45,000 mile lease was plugged in every night to 100% and in the last 19,000 miles, I drove full time 6/7 days per week for Uber, and took it down to 20-40 miles GOM often before my home L2 recharged it to 100% in about 10-11 hours.
About 1 to 1.5 days per week, on average, I would add about 30 minutes of DCFC charging to it for days that took me 40+ miles from home, so that I was sure to be able to have enough juice to pickup more passengers on my way home.
Now I never made any measurements when it was brand new, buy my anecdotal feeling was that it had as much battery capacity when I turned it in 3-1/2 months early with 44,640 miles as it did when it was brand new!
Since the 2019 allows me to limit my charge up to 93% (the 2017 model would drop back to below 90%), I use that feature so that I will have one-pedal driving (regenerative braking) right from the start, which is not the case when I charged up to 100%.
I found with full time driving the one-pedal feature was much easier on my brain and hence I expected it and wanted it from the first minute out of the garage.
I did stop driving Uber in February 2020 due to the Pandemic and am considering starting up again in December.
I am glad I purchased this vehicle and look forward to years of enjoyable maintanence free driving.
BTW: I hear that gasoline prices are about to break the 2012 record.
If I didn't hear about it from my ICE driving friends, I would have NO idea!
PS: I drove up to a mountain top with my Bolt EV to do some "radio repeater hunting" for my Ham radio hobby and I will say that the Bolt EV is NO Jeep! hahahaha
I seem to remember a hands-off alert on my 2017, but don't remember one on my 2019.
Where do you live?