Tesla clearly discourages its customers from charging their batteries to 100% unless you are going on a longer journey that requires the extra range. But I do not see any sort of warning/advice from Hyundai about this. I've set the charing limits to 80% (I've never tried charing to 100% yet), but do I really have to? I had a 2017 BMW i3 and I charged to what I believed was 100% all the time, but I had been told that the i3 auto manages and protects it's battery as needed so there's no problem with going to 100%. Does anyone know if anything like this is documented for the Kona's battery? Am I prolonging the life of the battery by constantly only charging to 80%? Or am I just chopping off 50 miles of range daily for no reason.