The last time I charged at the DCQC there was another Leaf charging, I noticed that the charger said he was only at 1.4 kw on his charge and when I went to ask how long he thought he might have left he said he was almost done since the charger showed that he was at 97%, so what he did was charge until the unit automatically shut off (it's set to give a 80% charge) and then plug it back in again to get to 100%. It will definitely be nice when we have more DCQC's.Reddy wrote:I saw several throughout my trip, including another red one at the Kahana Center charging station. I spoke with one owner who indicated at least 110 had been sold on Maui. Interestingly, most people I talked to were not super "EV literate" and I always tried to direct them to this forum for more info. Almost everyone at the DCQC was charging to 100% (even though that last 10-20% overheats the battery and is relatively slow). I think this is just the newbie effect since I never felt the need to charge past 80% at the DCQC even without having overnight charging at the condo.EcoCarRental wrote:The local dealer has been bringing in lots of Leafs in the past several months and I wouldn't be surprised if there were close to 100 Leafs on Maui. The recent great lease rates are the big reason for that. Hopefully we'll see you in the fall.Becky50 wrote:We stayed in Lahaina for week in early November and saw only one LEAF. It was driving between Lahaina and Kaanapali on a Sunday afternoon. It was white. Next time we will rent from Shaun instead of Hertz. Hopefully, we will be returning in the fall.