The whole purpose of me getting an Ariya was to be able to do road trips relatively pain free. I had previous bought the 40kW 2018 Leaf thinking I would be able to do roads trips with it. My first trip was from Vancouver to Sun Peaks (just past Kamloops). It was a long and painful experience that took 3 charging sessions each taking significantly longer that the previous one due to the battery increasing heat causing throttling of the power intake. This weekend I drove from Vancouver to Penticton in a single charge. Here's the stats: Total Distance (via Coquihala) 404km SOC at start 100% GOM 422km SOC at end 9% GOM 46km Time 5h 14min (30 minute construction stop between Chilliwack and Hope, and 10 minute construction stop before Penticton) Speed (generally what was posted) History showed 28.7kWh/100km Outside temp around 20deg C (a bit of rain now and again) Air Con on low to keep me alert Of note between Merritt and Kelowna the GOM was showing I would need to charge in Kelowna but gained 40km in charge with the very long hill that leads into Kelowna and gained a further 10km after Kelowna. Return Trip: Total Distance (via Hwy 3) 385km SOC at start 100% GOM 500km SOC at end 15% GOM 73km Time 5h 14min (30 min stop at Manning Park and very slow stretch mid-Fraser Valley) Speed (generally what was posted) History showed 17.8kWh/100km Outside temp around 20 deg C (a bit of rain for the 1st half) Air Con on low to keep me alert So, it's a great car for road trips. I noted that the ProPilot (not 2.0) at high speeds seemed to slow the car by 2 to 5 km/h on its own when I was going around somewhat tight turns.