90% of the time, my wife needs to travel 140 miles once a week but there's the odd week where she is asked to join her team twice.
Sounds like an EV might not be a good choice as your primary car then.
It would be foolish for me to purchase a below 180 (or thereabout) mile BEV knowing fully well what my wife's driving needs are. I also know she will not be too willing to drive and charge at a public station if her employer no longer has one.
I will only entertain BEVs that cover 90% of our driving needs and because the 140 mile trips comprised 15-20% of the distance covered, the only ones that make sense are the Bolt and Tesla and maybe a future 60 kWh Nissan BEV.
I'm not in a rush really because depreciation on any vehicle will almost be so much more than the gasoline savings and if post-warranty, major issues crop up, I would definitely regret purchasing a less reliable BEV because I've gotten used to the above average reliability of Honda and Toyota vehicles. A third car is nice to have but isn't necessary but it will definitely be a BEV.
I like this forum better though there is fewer posts / activity compared to Tesla TMC. Might see more posts once the new Leaf details come out. People here are more helpful and don't seem to bash other people's posts.
Over at TMC, it seems one is considered a basher if one raises some concern about the Model 3's limited battery and drive train unit, the costs of packages/add-ons, and so forth. People there don't seem to want to keep an open mind and majority are Tesla fanatics.
On the Tesla forum itself, one of my legitimate post on reliability concerns was deleted so I wouldn't even bother with that site.