I can fill up my Hyundai Santa Fe and drive the 120 miles, drive back home and drive another 127 miles until I need to fill up with fuel.
You should also note that the electric car's batteries become less efficient with each recharging and thus the range decreases with each recharging until the batteries reduced range necessitates a change of the power batteries.
Per Nissan their battery pack is good for 100,000 miles until it needs replacement. Current cost for this is 18,000 dollars. In effect you then have a vehicle that is worthless at 100,000 miles. A vehicle that you probably paid at least 10-15 thousand extra as it is electric.
When Air Force One takes off from Washington and lands in Los Angeles using electric power I will buy an electric vehical.
Assuming that the owner did not use the battery often, the dealer still will go by mileage, year and assumed battery usage. We are back to worthlessness.