Where Volt & Bolt lose out to Model 3, leaf and others
Chevy is stuck on using and supporting OnStar which theymust be a major investor in or something. Nissan with carwings is free for you to not only connect, but see your charging status all the time through PC or app. Tesla without saying but the same for Kia and ford. You can see your charging status through pc, or IOS/Android device. Chevy loses big here, while they do let you see it through your PC by logging into mychevrolet.com and going to vehicle profile, their app does not let you and tells you need an enhanced subscription.
When my original Onstar expired, I did not take a paid one, and then they offered me free 3-year basic OnStar, which I called and signed up for. I was suppose to be able to see charging stats, but it only works on PC and not on the android or IOS apps. On the apps I can only do basic fob functions such as lock/unlock doors and precondition car.
I ask, how can you sell a $45k electric/ PHECV and not be able to check your charging status through your phone? This has actually made me get a leaf for my second car, and will make goto a Model 3 as soon as they are more radially available.
Anyone this frustrated with CHevy over them trying to force OnStar on us for such a basic fiudamental part of having an electric car?