If you live in the US, you get a $7500 tax credit off those prices. The cost of recharging depends on where you live. It costs me ~ $1.25 to drive 40 miles EV. Unless electricty is expensive where you live and you don't have solar panels (electricty is pretty expensive in Hawaii for example, but it's a good place to install solar too), then the cost of charging might be an issue.
So subtract $7500 from those prices and then subract another $1000 - $2000 per year in fuel costs (depending on how much you drive and what you're comparing it to). Also subtract other maintenance like oil changes, brakes, transmission fluid, tranmission fluid, etc. And the price comes in line.
Also on the pro side is that EVs are more plesant to drive. The ICE vehicles you compare them to would seem noisy and slow to me.
The point of the OP though is that people who've tried EVs love them. I think part of the issue is that many people don't take the time to weigh all the factors and take into account the savings in fuel and maintenance over the life of the car.