Most if not all modern EVs can cover 200 km. It's a typical weekend trip here in Norway. Travel to the cabin in the mountains Friday afternoon, back on Sunday evening. My family's cabin is 150 km away. That's ok even on the worst winter day. We usually stop on the way to buy food and things for the weekend, and sometimes we charge a bit when the car is parked anyway. But rapid charging is generally quicker than shopping. We don't have electricity installed in that cabin, so we have to charge sometime during the weekend, either Friday night or Sunday on the way home. Most other trips we charge overnight when we visit our parents or friends.
I'll admit I sometimes wish the car had longer range. But I can easily buy that any day. There's only one detail that hinders me; the price.. So I try to think about the money I save by NOT buying that other car. If I divide that money by the time I charge, it's like $500/hour saved. Often the car needs just a tiny bit more charge to get us home. The last charge lasted 7m2s.