2020 Chevrolet Equinox LT AWD
Plug it in right when one gets home I guess, and if there are errands take something else. Question, do the second better looking versions fare any better?Should be OK, but not great..............
My power steering was getting a little wonky at the end (rack-related). - 37 months old <25K miles
Heat sucks in the winter, as well as sucking the battery; headlights, wipers, defroster, heat, heated-seat.
"Mileage Tires" are not good in snow, so you'd have to do something about that.
I'm not sure how far you'd be driving, but guessing 50-70 one-way, a Cruze would be more economical, unless you could charge on "high" (13amps) at work for free, then you could probably get 25 miles or so recharged for your way home everyday, and with that, you'd be getting home "empty" and probably not have enough time to get a full-charge by the time you left for work the next day. Full-charge from the low (safe) setting is about 14 hours.
We had ours 3 winters, first winter it was a "4th car" so I stored it for 4 months. Winters two and three, it was a 3rd car, and we only drove it on seasonably mild days, occasionally on cold, but dry day.