As much as we all like the Fit EV, it is not suitable for the situation you described.
The number of miles you will put on eliminates most leases with the exceptions being unlimited mile leases. The Fit EV (not enough range) and the IONIQ (keeps getting delayed, and pricing and other details are unknown at this time) are the only EV's I know of with unlimited miles.
The Bolt EV is certainly an option and range will not be an issue. You could do the round trip and require charging at only one end (home or work).
If you do go with charging at both ends, another option to look at purchasing is the 2017 Ford Focus Electric. It will likely cost less than the Bolt, and may work for you. The seats in the Bolt are somewhat controversial. Some people absolutely hate them. The IONIQ and Focus Electric have power leather seats available that are quite comfortable Since you have significant seat time with your long commute, something that should probably not be overlooked.
A 94 Ah BMW i3 might also work, but will cost more than the Bolt.
I don't think you will come close to an "out the door price" of $25K on a Bolt. The $30K number thrown around by Chevy is taking into account a Federal Tax Credit that will not be deducted from the purchase price. With CA Sales Tax and other fees, a base Bolt LT will likely be $38-39K out the door (even with a hefty discount off of MSRP). You may be eligible for the $7500 Fed Tax Credit and also for the $2,500 - $4,000 CA clean air rebate. The CA incentive is a rebate and the check usually takes 6-8 weeks (when funds are available). The Federal Tax Credit (as it stands today) would be deducted from your 2017 Tax Bill (you can adjust your withholding to compensate).