Since early June, I've been driving my Kona as my sole vehicle (putting some 11,500 miles on it). Last week, I took a plane trip to rural PA for a few days where I needed to rent an ICE car: a 2019 Nissan Versa. Overall, I did not enjoy driving it because: I was frustrated with the lack of slow acceleration I was annoyed by how quickly its ACC gave up in the rain (within 10 minutes, the sensors had a malfunction) The quality of the interior felt cheap When I filled the tank before returning it, I noticed that the smell of gasoline seemed very intense. (Like how a non-smoker quickly notices cigarette odors) It looks like the Kona has gotten under my skin and I could never drive an ICE car again My only complaint about driving an EV is that road trips can take serious planning in order to coordinate EV stops with eating or shopping. For example, I'm planning a trip to Montreal in late December and most of the convenient DCFC's in NH & VT are NOT co-located anywhere near restaurants or shopping. It may not go over so well with my girlfriend when we have to take an Uber to get lunch while the Kona get's a solid hour of electrons. Lol.