Well this is a really vague question.
If I'm rating it for how well it is designed to meet the needs/desires of the typical American driver, I would rate it about a 5. Its range is enough, but it's not supported with any infrastructure. GM has stated they will do nothing to change that. Also, the car is small. Americans love their monster SUVs, and this thing is tiny by 2016 standards. I think many will be put off by its size alone. It's also still very expensive (compared to gas cars), starting at $37,500. I don't know how many non-enthusiasts will buy it.
As an electric car, I would rate it a 9. It really hits many of the things that an electric needs - solid range, quick performance, affordable price. Given the state of technology, it is a huge step forward.
As far as meeting what I am looking for, it's probably about a 7. It hits much of my needs - long range, pure EV (I will never buy another gas-powered car, not even a hybrid), room for the family, and quick performance. It is missing a few things, though. I really hate the narrow/tall body style. I long for something low and wide; a sports-car stance. This car's focus is on being a people mover, and I want something that's much more engaging to drive. So will I buy one? Maybe. Tesla's Model III hits all the notes that the Bolt misses for me. But with Tesla I have concerns about the car's build quality, and the company's longevity. I also worry about service - there are tons of Chevy dealers, no Tesla service locations within 100 miles though.
2011 Torqeedo Travel 1003 electric outboard on a 22' sailboat
2012 Leaf SV (traded for Bolt)
2015 C-Max Energi (302A package)
2017 Bolt Premier