I've had mine since December as well (Canada) and I have to disagree. If you need a car for lots/long road trips there's definitely better options out there. Actually, if road trips are really important I wouldn't recommend an EV period. Go with a plug-in hybrid, much better option than any EV available right now.
As a daily driver for someone who charges from home it's been fabulous. Fantastic in the snow too.
I never intended it to be a primary road tripper, but thought it would be a slow but tolerable road tripper, based on reported fast charging rates. I even factored in fast charging in winter, since I am in Maine. Then, a month after getting it, our ICE road tripper, a Toyota Highlander, blew an oil hose halfway through driving through several states to get to family for the holidays. Soon after, we discovered that a drive that an ICE car can do in 9-10 hours, and which we assumed would take 14-16 hours factoring in charging stops, took 23 hours. Now, there are many who never do long road trips, I don't think it's unreasonable for some people to want to have their second car be theoretically capable of road tripping, just in case it needs to.
Also, there are plenty of cases of people proving that an EV can road trip. Obviously Tesla has an advantage thanks to their supercharging network. However people road trip with the Mach-E, Ioniq 5, EV6, and ID4, which are all comparably priced EVs. Even the Chevy Bolt can road trip, depending on where to go, and how much time is available (its European equivalent, the Opel Ampera-e, did Bjorn's 1000 km challenge in 13 hours 50 minutes). It isn't as easy as an ICE car, yet, but it's doable for those willing and able to make it happen.
The Bz4X showed me that I love having an EV. For a daily driver on my commute to work and running errands, it's great. I just wish Toyota had been more transparent about its limitations, before I bought the car, and more understanding when I told them about the problem. That's why I am so loud about its limitations here, so hopefully other people can avoid getting burned like my family did.