Yes, although nowhere near where I park my commute vehicle. The car that fits in the garage isn't the commuter. But I digress as that wasn't the question. The question was something like who really drives a 100km+ commute. I do. And my commute vehicle is also the vehicle I use for towing, which I would do two to three times per month.
I did recently try a neighbours leaf for what was supposed to be a month, while they were overseas I lasted about a week. Hated that car. I also had to relocate the boat to get the leaf near a garage window, which isn't a long term solution. Thats all to do with layout of our driveway and garage.
There are couple of EVs I really, really like the look (FG-150 lightning and Riviera) of but I imagine they are $200k plus, which is simply unaffordable. if I wasn't towing the Audi e-tron GT looks nice, but again, I'm dreaming on the dollar front.
The Leafs are borderline unusable until you get to around 2020, otherwise the touch screens are too fiddly for proper Android Auto/Apple Carplay.
They also still inexcusably have no telescoping steering wheel.
I've got a 2021 one on the way but I'll be charging it from a cable out the window or at my local supermarket on a slow charger until we move to our next house. At that point I'm budgeting $2.5K for a wallbox including installation and another $1K to upgrade the Leaf's ability to charge a bit faster at home. I'm around 45km each way once I factor in daycare pick-ups etc, so that's doable from a three-pin socket for now.
Looks like the LDV Ute's braked tow rating is 1500kg. Not bad for a gen one EV ute.