Hello InsideEVers, I purchased the first Clarity Plug-in in the Vancouver, BC area back in early January and i want to share with you the pro/con of the Clarity from my 3-months ownership. I hope this will help prospective buyer in making their decisions. I am a mechanical engineer in hydrogen fuel cell sector. As you can see, this is the primary reason i purchased the Clarity Plug-in. Hydrogen infrastructure is not as developed in Vancouver compared to California. So Clarity Plug-in is my only choice here. This is not my first EV in the house. My wife drives a Chevy Bolt. Pro: - The car is very quiet at speed. I believe it is due to the active noise canceling system, and the aerodynamic property of the body. Wind noise starts to be very noticeable on our Chevy Bolt above 100km/hr. -Lane keep Assist works well. No border bouncing like other system i have tried. - True to EPA EV range estimate. Con: - HV Range estimator is broken. However, i like to impress passengers with the estimate of 1400KM range from a 26L tank. - Car Logic is weird. When you start the car in ECO mode, the car will stay in EV-only (with blue EV bar) until you hit the kick-down button. Once you hit the kick-down button, it goes into a special mode (with ECO logo, but no blue EV bar). The special mode will run the car in EV from 0-60km/hr , and ICE from 60km/hr regardless of how much throttle you apply. There is no way to return to the EV-only mode unless you shut off the car for 5 seconds. I tried going thru different mode ( Sport, HV, HV charge), and the blue bar won't appear. This is particularly frustrating as i accidentally used the kick-down when i accelerate onto the highway, and no way to return to EV for the duration as i am traveling way faster than 60km/hr. I had to shut the car off as soon as i pull off the highway to force it back to EV-only mode. - Acceleration is not good until ICE is warmed up. The car tried to protect the ICE from hard acceleration when it is cold. It caught me off-guard a few time when i needed the extra power when im in EV and ICE is not warmed up. - Vancouver is called Raincouver in the winter. It rains 90% of the time. Water is dripping down from the rear Trunk lid arms in heavy rain. Seems like it is a common issue, I saw a few others have similar problem in this forum as well. Final Thought: It feels like Honda rushed the Clarity Plug-in into market. The car feels like a work in progress compared to other BEV, PHEV, and FCEV in the market. I recommend holding out until the above issue is addressed.