Not yet released here due to Australian Govt approval processes the Chevrolet Bolt EV (recently had a model here but no release date) and the MG EZS (due 2020 in Australia, pre-orders now available) both have decent ranges and should be somewhere in the region of $40,000 to $50,000.
As I have previously posted on the Community we have looked at the Ioniq as our preferred buy, it is considered one of the best economically for range. It now has an improved range, of around 311 km, than that listed in the article. It also now retails at a starting price of $52,216 for the Elite and $57,656 for the Premium.
The Bolt has a range of about 383 km so compares well with the MG EZS below for distance with a price around $40,000 (driveaway as far as I know). There is no known release date for it here yet but it would certainly reduce range anxiety for many (other than remote/long distance travellers).
The MG EZS (made in China) is expected to be sub $50,000 (starting range driveaway cost now released by MG is $46,990) and comes with a range on up to 262 km (combined) and 371 km (city driving). It is a small SUV type body.
Things are changing in the EV market as more are manufactured and production efficiencies start to apply. What needs to happen here is many more charging points need to become available so those who cannot home charge or those driving extended distances can recharge where needed.