I’ve had my Bolt for 18 months and about 15,000 miles, and have taken it on four 800-mile-plus road trips. I’ve had my Model 3 for three months and just a couple of thousand miles, and will be taking it on its first 800-mile road trip adventure in about a month. My Bolt gets well over the estimated 238 miles of range per charge, even on road trips. I have yet to fully test the estimated 310 miles of range per charge of the Model 3. The Bolt’s price was about $46,000; the Model 3 was about $60,000. Here’s what I have to say about the two cars. I love them both, but there are many differences between them besides the higher price and range of the Model 3, and there are things about the Bolt that, for some drivers, might give it a bit of an edge.