True it's anecdotal, but two out of a small total population is the beginning of a statistically significant sample size. Removing the municipal Mirais would simply make these two anecdotes more representative of the consumer population.mux wrote: ↑Tue Jan 28, 2020 12:38 amTo be fair that's just anecdotal, it'd be much more informative to gauge the experience of, say, 100 FCEV drivers and see what they do and don't like about it and what their upgrade plans would be, if they had to choose today.
There are a LOT of municipal Mirais around, like, I'd wager it is at least a plurality if not a majority. Those are driven on and off by multiple people with often just one person generally responsible for fueling or even aware of how the process works. The rest just drive them. I'd imagine, it being an EV, that the experience of most of those people has to be pretty positive. If there's a hydrogen shortage, they'll just switch over to other vehicles so no harm done.
Anyway, I was only contributing my aunt's experience.