I probably mentioned on another thread, but I've put the deposit down for a Renault Zoe. I'll never afford a Tesla!
Charging point installed last week (free although there were paperwork hassles). Due for delivery late February.
For me, the range will still be enough for almost all of my journeys, even after the battery gets down to the guaranteed 66% capacity in 8 years time (the evidence from current models is that unless I'm constantly quick charging multiple times a day regularly, the battery will be well above 66% in 8 years).
It will mainly be city driving and commute (so I've ordered an upgraded stereo). It isn't a rocket ship to drive, but more than good enough for what I do, with this year's model having an uprated motor. It has a fairly high seating position, as the floor is raised to fit the battery, and on test drive seemed to handle the terrible state of Glasgow's roads.
Will hopefully last us years.
I hear that Renault plan to double factory capacity for the Zoe next year - this year the Zoe and the Leaf sit at the top of the sales pile:October 2018 numbers in Europe
I also see that Zoes are currently the fastest selling used cars on Auto-Trader, which probably means 2nd hand prices will be on their way up. Zoes with battery included were only on the site a few days.
Looking forward to reducing the money spent on getting to the flying club to burn AVGAS