Well, after watching too many of Nikki Gordon-Bloomfield's Transport Evolved most excellent series of YouTube videos, I got back to thinking it is time to go BEV, all battery for my driving. I took a quick look at the Nissan LEAF and did a test drive, and it is a nice car, but not for me (battery capacity, no battery thermal management, actual fast charge times, etc). Went over to the Chevy dealership, test drove, and bought a 2018 BOLT Premiere. Clearly, I gave up the ACURA class Clarity ride, saw that (without surprise) on the highway drive home. However, most of my driving is local, and there the BOLT ride is fine. It is okay on the highway too, but not Clarity class suspension and comfort. On the other hand, most of the technology and gadgets on the BOLT are far superior, and now I have back features like side detection for passing (both sides) and rear cross traffic radar. Also, the BOLT radio sounds surprisingly good, with a sub. The displays are beautiful, and I have back my actual kW numbers on the power display (as an EE, I like to see the numbers, others could careless, fine). I gave up actual lane centering and adaptive cruise, but knew that too going into the new BOLT. There are more fast chargers now, many free at dealerships, so I'm hoping my four or five longer trips a year should be uneventful, even if I need to stop now to top off part way. I leave with sincere thanks for all I have learned here about the Clarity. I mean no dis-respect to the fine Clarity, one of the nicest rides I have ever owned. For me, just time to move on, and experience all battery driving! Best wishes to all!