Thanks for this info. Exactly what I was looking for.I got an e-Golf after VW bought back my Golf TDI.
I got a screaming deal on a 30 month lease. I average around 4.2 mi/kW in good weather, and I usually stomp on the pedal at most lights. But, I do usually drive in Brake mode which is pretty aggressive regeneration. I'll usually get 85-90 miles per charge.
In the winter, it sucks pretty bad. I'm lucky if I get 2.5 mi/kW when the heater is on. In winter, I'll usually get around 60 miles per charge.
That being said, I drive around 5,000 miles per year and my commute is 4 miles each way. The e-Golf is perfect for me. It gets me to the airport and back on a single charge too.
We have a minivan for when we drive far, so the e-Golf fits well for what i need it for.
The home charger wasn't that bad. I got a ChargePoint Home 25. It was $700, but had a $400 rebate on it. So, $300 wasn't bad. Running the 240V outlet was easy, and my buddy had a bunch of 6 gauge wire left over so it was free for me. The charger works great and charges the e-Golf in just under 3 hours. I pay $0.10/kW for the car if I charge after 11pm. My car charger is on a separate meter from my house, which is on a Tiered plan.
I'm super happy with my e-Golf and will probably get a 2019 with larger range once my lease is up!