So the cars with the worst depreciation after 5 years nationally are 1) Nissan Leaf; 2) Chevy Volt; 5) Ford Fusion Energi; the rest are German Luxury cars. There is no doubt that the Honda Clarity will make that list in 5 years, for the wrong reasons. The list is misleading for BEVs and PHEVs because of federal and state tax incentives that dramatically lower the acquisition price when new are not factored in. Depreciation is based on the typical used car price vs. the original MSRP. If I sold my almost year old Clarity for $27000 today, I'd be thrilled because that's more than what I actually paid (not including tax and reg) but the press would report that as almost 40% depreciation after less than a year, which sounds outrageous when there is actually 0% depreciation (caveat, I don't expect my Clarity to be worth that much when you can get a new one for even less at current dealer discounts). The point I'm making is that a lot of potential PHEV buyers might balk at even considering them when they see their reported depreciation, which is highly misleading. This is just another of the misleading information out there that limits the sales of this terrific vehicle class!