I have had my xle AWD for a month. I am averaging maybe 2 miles/kwh. I live in a rural area, so routinely driving 55 mph. I have been keeping track and my real world range is about 54% of the cars estimated range. That’s using eco heat and driving like a Grandma. My prius prime’s range is much more accurate. Regenerative braking is a bust on hilly terrain. I am trading mine in for a RAV4 prime. I took a hit of 3000 off msrp and had to buy a used one with 5k on it for the same price as a new one or wait 8-12 months, but this car is barely functional for my family. I had to charge on the way home, had 25 miles of range left, 22F, wouldn’t DC fast charge. Tried two different chargers and I know they work b/c a Ford lightning was using one before I tried it. Had to drive to a level two and sit there for an hour to get 35 miles. 18 miles from home, drove with no heat on, landed in the driveway with 3 miles left. I think this is meant for suburban life with lower average speeds. I am disappointed, but have to cut my losses. There is also very little charging infrastructure in my area, which makes it difficult to use on longer trips. Hope Toyota figures this out. Maybe in five years when my prius needs to be replaced I will try for another EV. Good luck to you all.