FWIW, one has to read all the posts with some care. Here, on the other Bolt site and on other BEV sites, some contributors math and analytics require interpretation.
One example is subtracting all the/ dealer allowances, credits and rebates to come up with a low purchase price; but then neglecting to add back in the state sales tax, state BEV fee, dealer add-ons and the like.
Another gave a low monthly lease payment, but neglected to factor in the $5,000 up front requirement.
As the third year of Bolt production winds down and the federal tax credit is being halved, the computations become more complex. Even though we bought the first one available here in Spokane and had to pay close to MSRP, the Bolt was just so perfect for our use, we said, "Ignore the math. Even though the Bolt will never pay off in savings, but it's what we want to be driving every day."