I use the 2013 Leaf most days – even in January, it still has a range of over 70 miles (when driven carefully), and it’s up to 90 miles in the summer. Yes, it has a healthy battery (still at 11 bars out of 12), so those numbers are not true for each 2013 Leaf out there. It does everything I need, has all the power I should have, and I’m not worried about a bird ruining the pristine paint (because there isn’t any pristine paint). My wife loves her Bolt, and it does everything she needs, unless we go on (very rare) longer road trips. In that sense, the Tesla is almost a backup vehicle (for those road trips, and for when the kids steal the other two vehicles), even though it’s obviously the most fun to drive, and the safest.