Recently took our first long road trip in the Kona. Going from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island to St. John's, Newfoundland and back, with a few small trips in the middle. Here's the data for you nerds: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1to5cUk93cZ9aQwrjGtt_4_w6DlUWjhOWDzZntJcQ1jo/edit?usp=sharing A few observations from the trip: - Total charging cost $143.35. - The Kona is much, much more efficient than ABRP gives it credit for. Even before the first charge stop, we gave up on using it and just planned on the fly using Google Maps and PlugShare. - We didn't have to charge in North Sydney, but did to avoid a rush at a single charger off of the ferry in the am that has been spotty on PlugShare. - The charging infrastructure in the East coast of Canada SUCKS!!! Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and PEI all have max 50kW DC Fast chargers. Newfoundland has 62.5kW chargers. - Did the math for our ICE (2018 Toyota Corolla) for the same trip. With an average of 6L/100Km at $2.00/L it would have cost us $525.48 (4,379Km/100x6x$2.00). - Do not hope on Petro Canada. Our best and worst charging experiences were both at a Petro Canada. Return trip was to Moncton for a Costco run before heading home (ferry between NS and PE was also out of service. So forcing us to go the "long way"). https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island/holiday-island-ferry-fire-wood-islands-1.6528847 Detoured to Stewiacke, NS on purpose to use the superfast Petro charger there, cuz, superfast and I'm an RBC customer so free as well. Best charging experience of the whole trip! Topped out at 72kW. Get to Moncton at 15:10 (15%, 50km) with the intention of plugging in while cruising the mall and eating and then hitting up big box and going home. Problem with Moncton is that without the Petro chargers (which I already knew were out), there are a grand total of 3 DC chargers, 2 are 50kW, other is 24Kw, in the whole city. 2022 Kona plugged in when we arrive at the mall, with a Mach-e waiting. Head to the one at Magnetic Hill Irving (about 10s from the Petro). Kia Nero just started said they would be about 45 mins. Decided to go to Costco and then see if any of the chargers were free after. Shopping done, we head back to the Irving, Kia Soul plugged in. Mall shows free on the limited cell service in that area. By the time we get there, there's another Soul plugged in and the mall is closed. So we plug into level 2 and wait. 18:07 we get access to the fast charger, and get just enough to get across the bridge to Borden. Because the battery is now cold, only pulling 35kW. Which also means instead of getting home at around 18:00 or 18:30, were now home at 21:00. EWW BUGS! 10K Woohoooo! Moose. Gotta love free fast charging! Best charging experience of the trip. Home Sweet Home.