I own a Nissan LEAF, and what you say is exactly what I do. The LEAF was
bought for in-town use only. For that purpose, one charge lasts about two
days. We find it to be a very fine car for in-town driving. We also have an
ICE car for trips. The idea of having a second car for trips is typically
treated by the popular press as kind of a big deal. I find this very
surprising! What percent of Americans do you suppose own two or more cars?
] On Behalf Of k9zeh
Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2012 6:29 PM
Subject: [future-fuels-and-vehicles] Nissan Leaf Drivers Avoid Pushing
Limits of Car's Range
The user experience of the BEV owner seems to show that with some
modifications to your driving habits, the car can work quite well. In my
case, when I get one, it will be a second car. The BEV will be for local
use, and the ICE car for longer trips. A PHEV can do both.
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