Just thought I would share my experience of the Clarity PHEV after 2500 miles. I have a 66 mile commute 3x/week and therefore use both the electric motor and the ICE on a daily basis. So far I have used less than 20 gallons of gas in 2500 miles. I use a level 2 charger (Amazing e) which is designed for 16amp charging. It takes me 4 hours a day to charge my car which is fine for my needs. Even though I start the day with roughly 47 miles of electric charge, it seems to last longer because of my use of regen braking in the stop and go traffic of the So. Cal freeway. I think I ultimately get more than 55 miles of electric on a typical commute. Overall, I love the car and feel it's by far the best car I've ever had. Although I enjoy it most on EV I have no problem whatsoever on ICE mode either. Every day I need to put the car on HV mode when I'm on the freeway and it doesn't bother me whatsoever. Often, I've had to glance at the dashboard to even figure out if I'm on ICE or on electric. Honestly, the whole ICE thing has been a NON issue for me. I have had one occasion of "angry bees" when I was completely out of electric and had to climb an unusually steep and unanticipated hill. I really feel that this is a complete non-issue for 95% of drivers. For those people commuting under 50 miles a day they may never even have to do anything other than electric driving. For those who commute more (and on freeways) the ICE/electric experience is so seamless that it would only pose an issue for the extremely discerning. For the most part, I never worry about either electric or gas in this car and range anxiety has been zero! In addition, I think the ride is supremely comfortable and smooth, and amazingly peppy for such a large car. When I use Sports mode/EV on the freeway I feel that I'm in a race car. I love the regen braking and, for this reason, often find myself in Sports mode. I absolutely rely on the ACC cruise control which has made my commuter life ever so much easier. Combined with the lane assist the ACC cruise is like being on autopilot. The much maligned infotainment unit is more than enough for my needs and I am finding an absolutely seamless integration of Android Auto, cell phone, Sirius, Spotify and my Podcast player. I have learned to use the steering wheel controls to instantly switch between Sirius channels and even to flit to FM, AM, USB and podcast shows while I'm driving. Also, no problem whatsoever with phone calls, Google maps, Spotify etc. In short, absolutely seamless at all times. Climate control has also been a set it and forget it feature, absolutely easy to use. Every other automated feature such as the lights, door locks, alarm etc has also been seamless and simply works. I love the space within the car and the huge trunk space for all my shlepping needs. I have been able to fit a family of 5 with ease including multiple suitcases. In fact, the car is so large I had some problems fitting it within my garage. Overall, hands down the best car I've ever owned. I saved a lot of money buying this car due to the various rebates and continue to save on gas costs. My daily commute has become much more enjoyable in so many ways. Although I understand that some people want to have a fully electric car, I really feel that for the vast majority of users the Honda Clarity PHEV is ideal. I signed up for a Tesla 3 about 2.5 years ago and was finally notified (after buying the Clarity) that my 35K Tesla is finally available. I'm glad that I didn't get it and went with the Clarity instead. P.S: And for those who complain about the looks of the car...are they kidding? This is an absolutely beautiful, sleek looking car. It has retro as well as post-modern features. I realize that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder but get a grip!