Just joined the PacHy club with a 2018 limited. I have owned a Nissan Leaf and still own a volt, so I loved the idea of a plugin hybrid minivan. I am however kind of disappointed that Chrysler didn't allow me to decide when to use gas engine (freeway driving) and when to use battery mode (in city driving). Some older Volt owners were looking into ways to enable "hold mode" by exploiting the loophole that whenever the hood sensor detects an open, the engine will kick-in so that smog check machine can get result from the tailpipe. Anyone know if there's such a thing in pacHy? Another way is to trick the temp sensor into thinking outside temperature is cold, but that one can have unintended consequences if the HV batteries thermal coolant (pacHy has one right?) relies on that also.