We now have an e-Golf to go along with our Leaf, and I have not had much time to drive it yet; as we picked it up yesterday, and I got the flu, so I stayed home today. It is great to drive - because it coasts when you lift your right foot. You can get several levels of regen by bumping the shifter to the left, and then remove regen by bumping it to the right. It fits my family very well - I am 6'-4" and my son is 6'-6", while my spouse and daughter are a mere 5'-9" and 5'-10". It is very smooth and planted. I have a couple of things that I would change with the e-Golf: It has no visible way to tell from outside the car when it is done charging. The Leaf has three blue lights at the base of the windshield, that do this. There is an app for your phone to do this, and more - but it has a 6 month trial period, and after that you pay a fee. No thanks. You have to unlock the car in order to remove the charging cord. Again, the Leaf has this as an option, while the e-Golf has it all the time. The HVAC system resets to Auto / 72F every time. So, you have to shut it off, or change it to where you want it. I would much prefer that it stayed where it was left when you shut it off. It doesn't have a tradition trip odometer, but rather it has several different automatic trip data screens on the center console touch screen. I post some pictures. The wheels are particularly sleek, as there is a very flat transition from the tire to the wheel. The LED lights are very good - every single light on the car is LED. It has got front and back proximity sensors that flash graphics on the touch screen.