I'm almost buying a Nissan Leaf -- I say "almost" because there are no 2018s to buy now, and they haven't even announced the price yet for the 2019, so I have to wait. I'm pretty sure I wanted to wait for the 2019 anyway, although there are no governmental rebates available to help ease the way any more (Ontario). Here's the point where people tell me I'm crazy: I don't have, and may not be able to get, a charger at home. I live in a condo and although rules say that the condo management can't refuse to allow me to have a charging station installed in my parking spot, there's no rule that says they can't make it difficult and put me in their "troublemaker" box. I might do it anyway, but I might not. Now, I think that not having a home charger shouldn't be a deal breaker. I live in a major city (Toronto) and public charging options are becoming more prevalent, including some Chademo fast charge options. Some people spend 10 minutes a day moving their car around because they are limited to on-street parking, so if I spend that same hour (approximately) every week or so to charge my vehicle, it doesn't seem like it should count out the benefits of a BEV. My thoughts are that I would spend a month or two and see how often in real-world conditions I need to stop somewhere to charge my vehicle, and how annoying I find it -- and then decide if it's worth the money and hassle to get a charging station at home. Thoughts? Personal experiences?