That seems surprising. Fueleconomy.gov uses 12 cents per kW-Hr for average electric rate and 0.25 to 0.35 kW-Hr per mile for EV consumption (excepting the Tesla X). Using 0.30 kW-Hr per mile gives 3.6 cents per mile. At the 40 mpg EPA C-Max rating, electricity would cost $1.44 which is way below anyones gasoline price per gallon. Fuel for an average EV costs 54% of a C-Max. Plus an EV eliminates all the time and cost of ICE maintenance.
Wait a minute, are you telling me that My CMAX getting 60 mpg and 30k miles on oil changes that I'm getting close to EV costs?