Right at 6000 miles the Maintenance Minder lit up indicating A01 service was due, tire rotation and oil change and inspection. If this is solely mile based, having an engine hour counter might not be a bad idea as oil changes don't need to be every 6000 miles if you don't run the engine much. Since this is the first oil change will go ahead and do it and the engine was actually run quite a lot over winter. Put another 1000 miles on it since the indicator lit up, now says service required now. Long trip it was very comfortable. I say long, but not really that long, about 400 miles each way. It was comfortable for 3 kids and two adults and still had plenty of room in trunk. For infants might have run into space issues, but they are 4 and up now so don't take up as much space for travel system strollers and such that infants have. Gas mileage was around 33 mpg going 75 to 80 mph with a bit of a headwind on trip out, and over 40 to 45 mpg for return trip at 73 to 65 mph with a slight tailwind. I was really impressed with average MPG. Minivan would have been 21 to 25 mpg for same I imagine (driven that trip several times with the van). I think the trip computer is slightly optimistic for mileage, although those can vary based on driving conditions, I reset the trip meter A when I run out of EV and use the info screen that tells me MPG on trip meter A. I also check MPG when I gas up, if the only gas I used was since I reset the trip meter. With such a small gas tank it is a bit error prone (half a gallon top off might make 10% error in calculation). The HV range calculation is really annoying for trips, being off so much, even down to the fuel light being on it is estimating 2 or 3x what my actual range is. Downright dangerous, this will leave someone stranded. Fuel light seems to turn on when there is about 6 gallons gone, the spec sheet says 7 gallon tank, not sure if that is usable or max capacity. I have filled up 6.3 gallons a few times now. The adaptive cruise control is really nice, the LKAS is nice as well, but will cut in and out on poorly marked roads, and always should be used supervised with hands on the wheel. On narrow roads you will get the BRAKE warning message at times if a vehicle is a bit in your lane on a turn or if you haven't started turning yet and it thinks you might venture in a vehicles path. Nothing really annoying, maybe happened half a dozen times or less, it doesn't actually act on it, just shakes the wheel a bit and makes sure you are paying attention, not sure if it would be enough warning to actually act on. Very happy with the car, great for highway travel and around town. I think I have used a total of 80 gallons of gas, which is a bit high, but used a lot in winter and a lot of highway miles. Minivan would have used about 380 gallons plus/minus over the same time frame, so saved about 300 gallons of gas (7 barrels) in only 4 months.