PV1 wrote:My Pap bought a C-Max Energi, and after test driving it, the Energi is everything we want in the C-Max Hybrid (stronger/longer lasting regen and more electric power). They are averaging 70 MPG with only home charging...
So, recognizing the expansion of CCS availability, now that your parents have owned it for a while, is there anything that the C-Max Energi (with its ICE) does that your BoltEV doesn't?
Latest new BEV I drove around the block is an i-Pace. Nice, but not gobsmacking. When I recently went to the Jaguar dealer to enquire about towing capability (after all, it has lots of torque), the answer was that towing with the i-Pace is forbidden.
I'm looking forward to a test drive of the Hyundai Kona EV as all indications are that it might be a nice future replacement should one of my i-MiEVs die or get killed. With the proliferation of BoltEVs, more and more I'm experiencing charging station availability anxiety whenever I'm taking longer i-MiEV trips in the Bay Area, since all the DCFC stations are shared CCS/CHAdeMO. I know, I know, that's what the Tesla is for, but I really prefer not to be driving the Tesla in town.