Exactly 1 year ago, I purchased my Kona EV in Maryland and drove it home to Central Florida. I drove exactly 30612 miles in my first year, about 5k miles less than I expected due to COVID19. Other than 2 Cabin Air filter changes which I did myself (cost a total of $47 for both.. Got the original Hyundai filter for the first filter change and the generic $7 filter for the 2nd change). So, total for maintenance in the first year $47. As for electric consumption, my theoretical consumption was $14/month ,$169/year. I pay 4.7 cents/kwh and I usually charge about 300 kwh every month at home and most of the other charges are FREE charges at public chargers. I'm lucky that my area has plenty of free Level 2 and as also Free 50kw chargers. However, I did change electrical plans and my ANNUAL electrical cost was actually pretty much the same for the last 12 months than it was for the previous 12 months. So, comparing the 2 years, the charging for the Kona at home was basically free. I did use pay chargers (DF fast) a few times, totaling less than $100 for all pay charges.. So, my total ownership cost for the first year $47+$169+$100 = $316 for the year, to 1.3 CENTS per mile. I do have an upcoming expense.. I'm changing my tires tomorrow (I wanted to change them a week ago but they didn't have the tires in stock, so they had to transfer them from another store) which will cost me $496 for all 4 installed.