I've had my new Clarity Touring for over a week now, and here's what I'm noticing is better about it, what is missing from it and what I plan to add. This is in comparison to my Prius Prime Advanced, which is the first car I've owned with modern driving-assist and other high-tech features: Pros: 1. Almost twice the electric range. With my driving habits, I will almost never buy gas anymore. 2. Easier to get in and out of, more comfortable driving position. 3. Much better lane-keeping features 4. A trunk (and a large one, at that). I carry equipment, and I missed a trunk. 5. Larger wheels/much better handling. 6. Better, more-usable screen positions. 7. Apple Car Play (not present on my 2017 Prime Advanced) 8. Better acceleration. 9. A larger backseat, though I'll almost never use it. 10. Better, more easily-accessed climate controls. 11. Better styling, inside and out. 12. Better charging port location (front driver side instead of rear passenger). 13. A larger backseat, though I'll almost never use it. Cons: 1. No front, rear or side parking sensors (the Prime Advanced has all of that). 2. No blind spot warning/rear cross-traffic warning system. 3. The headlights are nowhere near as bright. MUCH less bright (they do use less electricity) 4. Hybrid mileage much less. 5. Fewer and smaller screens, less information can be simultaneously displayed. 6. Fewer steering wheel controls and not as good, no heated steering wheel. 7. The voice control on the infotainment seems less accurate (not sure of this yet, though). 8. You can't adjust the climate control temperature in the app when you start climate remotely. Things I am changing: 1. I'm adding blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic warnings, and front and rear parking sensors. It will cost about $2200. It's more than I want to spend, but really not more than the price these would add to the cost of other vehicles that would have them (standard hybrids which wouldn't have the all-electric range). I never had these before my Prime, but I find them to be very useful, and i have gotten used to having them. 2. I'm adding turn signals to the mirrors. I have this on my Prime, but I had to add it on the Prime, too. I think they're very useful in adding visibility to a car. 3. I'm also adding a Compustar alarm, which I've created another post about. I actually couldn't add a good alarm to my Prime. They have to customize an alarm for each vehicle, apparently (or at least the instructions), and apparently it is too difficult/not worth it for the Prime. It is suited to the Clarity, though. One thing I've already done is tinting the windows with 3M Crystalline tint. I did 40 rear and sides, and 70 on the windshield (which is clear) The heat reduction from it is AMAZING! I mean you wouldn't believe it. It also has great glare reduction. I had ceramic tint on an Insight years ago, and it was incredible for heat reduction. This is especially true when you tint the windshield. The heat from the sun beating down on you is just a vague fraction of what it is without tint. This was particularly important on my 2003 Insight. It did not have electric air conditioning. If you wanted the great fuel economy that came with the ICE shutting down when you stopped, the car started getting hot. NOT with the ceramic tint. It completely solved the problem. Overall, I'm much happier with the Clarity. The fact that the headlights are not as bright is the one thing I really miss that I don't think I can really change (at least not in a way that would look acceptable).