A friend of mine wants to purchase an EV with a range of 200+ miles. He likes the Bolt, but likes the Model 3 even more. However, he is not really a car enthusiast and ultimately cares more about the financials. I was helping him research, and I found some dealers in his area occasionally selling a standard Bolt LT for as low around $26,000 (before taxes and fees). This is a pretty massive discount over the MSRP and what it was selling for not long ago. So assuming he sells the car in 4-5 years time, he is wondering how much money he may save by going with the Bolt LT vs the Standard Range Model 3 at $35,400. So the question here is how much we think each car will be worth on the used car market in 4-5 years time. I would think the Model 3 will sell for significantly more than the Bolt, although used Model S' may compete with used Model 3's. The Bolt on the other hand will not likely be in strong demand IMO in 4-5 years time as GM comes out with cheaper long range EVs and Model 3's continue to flood the market. However, at around $26,000 (assuming he can secure that price), the Bolt has a lot less potential value to lose than a $35,400 SR M3. So at the prices, if the Model 3 ultimately costs say $3,000 more vs the Bolt once they are owned and sold theoretically in 4 years, I think that he would probably okay with that, however, if we are talking about a difference, wherein the Model 3 loses something like $6k or $7k more in value than the Bolt, then he may lean towards the Bolt, because while he appreciates the design, supercharger network, etc of Tesla, he just doesn't care enough to justify that kind of difference. I would appreciate your thoughts on what you think will be the difference in value lost between the Bolt LT at $26k and SR Model 3 at $35,400 in 4-5 years time.