The first Nissan Leaf in Victoria, B.C.
The three lights on the dash indicate charging is complete. This time I charged to 100%, as I'm about to test the "ultimate" range. Short version of test results: with climate control off, you can make it to Duncan and back. But I don't think I'd want to try it in the dark and rain, without being able to plug in while in Duncan. Going up and over the Malahat probably cuts into range, but nevertheless the car still averaged 7.3 km/kWh over the 118.6 km round trip. That, by the way, equates to $1.10 worth of electricity (at the "step 1" residential rate). Maybe a bit more, due to inefficiency in charging. Call it $1.20.
(Economics are not a primary consideration for me; smoothness, quietness, lack of pollution and avoiding burning a non-renewable resource are the main features for me. But being 1/10 the cost to operate is a nice bonus.)