Similar to jdonalds, even in sport, regen 4, I've used only one mile of my gas range. There can be gentle driving in sport as well, one pedal driving just means that you feather the throttle, so as you let up on the accelerator pedal, regen comes in. I used L all the time, but never used sport mode in either of my Volts. I was wrong earlier about sport causing the engine to always be on. The threshold is lower for the ICE to come on in sport mode, but it isn't coming on with my gentle driving style, so all is well there too. I am a very happy camper. I don't like to bother with snow tires, so each new EV gets a better set of all season tires for snow, right from the get go. Been using Michelin Pilot or Premier A/S, but the Volt groups have been raving about the Pirelli P7s for years, so I'm going to try P7s this time. Will sell the brand new Clarity OEM Michelins on Craigs list to soften the blow. Also, set up service with my local Honda dealer and ordered the back-up sensor option, $830 installed. I'm using Clipper Creek LCS-20 "charge cord" (the PHEV charger is actually in the car, the EVSE is just a ground fault protection system, cord, plug) that I installed for my Volts some years back now, without problems. While the Clarity can charge at 32A L2, my CC is limited to about 16A, but no problems so far, and I don't need 2 hour full charge for now anyway (around 4 is fine).