In a comment to your question you say that you are so accustomed to vim.
In this case you probably don't like working with long statements in vim's command-line mode. I don't like it either.
Thankfully we can edit command's not only in the command line but also in the command-line window. You can open it with
q:. After the window opened you have access to the whole modal power of vim to enter/edit a new command and execute it with a simple
It took some time to get used to it, but in the meantime i use it regularly and i don't want to miss it anymore.