How's the charging infrastructure coming along in Finland? I don't think charging at home is mainstream here yet, as charging stations are starting to appear everywhere around here now (even way out in the bush), so going electric is definitely starting to look like a good option.
I wouldn't buy an electric car if I didn't have an option to recharge it at home, ie. where the car will spend its nights and most of the time. It is just a slow 8A (or at max 1x16A) charging, but that's enough for me. I have a similar (slow) option to charge for free at my workplace as well, which is nice too.
I benefit from an electric car as I drive at minimum around 120km per day, five days a week, plus other driving I do on top of it, so I spend something like 300-400€ per month for gasoline only. The price of the electricity will be only a fraction of that.
I will use the fast charging stations only when I really have to (on very long trips) because at least here they appear to be quite expensive, making it almost as expensive as using gasoline, or at least that's how it seems. Plus. slow charging is better for the battery, the battery doesn't age as quickly as with fast charging.
My colleague has a Tesla (I don't recall which model, but I heard he bought it second-hand for 70000€, so at least it isn't the cheapest model...), but Tesla seems to have some pretty poor design decisions, like the frameless doors which are just stupid for winters. My colleague tells me he has to keep defreezer fluid with him all the time in winter because those Tesla frameless doors' windows try to automatically open a bit before the door can open, which is kinda silly in winter when the damn windows are frozen shut... I hate "cool" design decisions like that that just cause extra trouble in real life. Maybe those frameless doors are nice in California, but not in Finnish winters.
So yeah, instead of some pretty cheap second-hand Tesla, I think it will be either Renault Zoe or VW ID.3, probably the Renault. I already got my charging station in mail but now I am waiting for the electrician to contact me to agree on the day he will come to install it. He hasn't contacted me yet so I sent email today to the company that when is that guy going to contact me. I guess he is busy installing charging stations to other people... I don't dare to buy the car before I am 100% sure I have a fully working charging station in use at home, not going to risk it one bit.