Can it be done - yes. Is it currently comparable with an ICE experience - no.
The Leaf is an excellent commuter and town car, as others have said. EVs are now viable for this application and used imports are viable financially (partly due to the subsidies in the economies we buy them from).
It's still some years off for most drivers if they regularly have to to do longer range trips. Expecting most long range trips to take 25% says that it isn't yet viable for most people. It'll get there fairly quickly but it's not there yet for the mainstream.
Personally I expect our next second car to be an EV. I think we're still 5-10 years away from both our cars to be EVs. This lines up with the expectations in being set in overseas markets like the UK and China.
I keep injecting the climate emergency thing.....as it is something most existing EV owners already grasp.
The "mainstream" could use a little waking up and consider minor compromises to help ensure their descendants live on a habitable planet. Some scenarios have hydrogen sulphide-producing bacteria being advantaged....at which point the atmosphere becomes seriously toxic and most land life dies.
Adding: At this point, cities like Miami are already gone......like a car heading for a crash into a brick wall in 3 minutes. Two minutes and 30 seconds out the music sounds great and there is no obvious problem....except those annoying people talking about that darn brick wall that isn't even visible yet.......well, maybe....but it's so far away.