2011 Equinox 1LT V6 3.0L FWD 179k miles
Following along on the Bolt EV Forum the last couple of years now, I don't get the sense that Bolt owners are getting gouged purchasing electricity away from home. Yes, the cost is a LOT higher than purchasing electricity at home (at least - for most people), and from that standpoint it might be seen as "gouging", but I'm fairly certain these on-the-road Charging Rates work out to "on par with gas prices" (i.e.: when you Charge on-the-road, it negates the fuel savings advantage of the EV).The "problem" that I see with electric vehicles is the price gouging that people see when purchasing electricity away from their home. While it should be cheaper when "fueling up" on the road, is is far from cheaper. It makes electric vehicles more expensive per mile driven than a gas powered vehicle.
However, if you look at how most people drive their cars (me included) ... 90% of my driving is either back-and-forth to work, running errands around town, and maybe short hops out of town or to neighboring states. All of that driving falls under the purvey of charging at home, which works out to a savings of about 40-50% for most owners (from what I can tell).
So you save 40-50% in fuel costs 90% of the time, then you pay the equivalent of gas prices on your long-haul trips. I think that's a pretty good deal (at least for now) ...
UPDATE: I just posted this, then saw @JayTee2014 's snuck in a post about me just above. All I can say is ... I don't jump at anything. It takes me a good long while to make a decision on almost anything ... unless I've got the proverbial 'gun to my head' and have to make a decision quickly (which has really never happened in my life ... that I can remember).
Here's what happened with the car purchase: I would've bought another Equinox by now if they'd just kept the V6 engine. I don't trust those Turbos to go my requisite 222,222 miles. So, then it was the Acadia. Deals weren't bad, but I just wasn't feeling it. Then the Blazer came along ... I like it, but no deals ... they want me to pay sticker??? Forget it! Then came the Bolt ... the deals were really good ... but OOPS! ... the batteries started catching fire! And we're not talking minor fires here. "Mini-Hiroshima fires" where the entire vehicle gets consumed ... leaving only the charred skeletal remains! Sorry, but as Hall & Oates sang in the 80's: "I can't go for that!".
So ... I'm continuing to drive my 2011 Equinox (and 2002 Impala), waiting for the Equinox EV with the newer "Ultium" battery. GM claims it'll be $30,000+ ... but I'm guessing they're lying about that. We'll see ...